The PR Week 10.16.2015: MSLGroup settles gender bias suit; #DemDebate rundown

PRWeek news editor Frank Washkuch discusses the week's top PR- and communications-related stories with reporter Diana Bradley and web editor Byron Kittle.

Image of Hillary Clinton, top left, via Marc Nozell / Flickr; used under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license; cropped and resized from original.



After years of legal wrangling, MSLGroup announce this week that it has reached a tentative settlement agreement worth millions with the more than 100 female employees who had brought a gender discrimination class action lawsuit against the firm.

In the world of politics, it was the Democrats turn on the primary stage. Presidential hopefuls Lincoln Chafee, Hillary Clinton, Martin O'Malley, Bernie Sanders, and Jim Webb met in Las Vegas on Tuesday to make their case to the American people. Who "won?" Is "winning" even a good way to look at debates like this? Hear the PRWeek team discuss these topics, and more top news from the world of PR and marcomms, in this week's podcast.

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