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FleishmanHillard appoints Sophie Scott global head of technology

FleishmanHillard appoints Sophie Scott global head of technology

Her predecessor was Bob Winslow, who moved on to Oracle.

United Continental's Jim Olson to leave airline

United Continental's Jim Olson to leave airline

Olson is exiting the company after a year that included the David Dao incident and other crises.

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The right to privacy and personal data applies to all, not just the Premier League

The right to privacy and personal data applies to all, not just the Premier League

Media lawyers and judges have, since the Human Rights Act came into force in 2000, grappled with numerous circumstances where the right to privacy competes with other rights, perhaps most notably the rights of the media to freedom of expression.

Weber Shandwick acquires Resolute Digital, Bomoda

Weber Shandwick acquires Resolute Digital, Bomoda

The two shops, which will retain their brands, will boost the Mediaco content creation unit and Weber's data and analytics capabilities.

Last Christmas for adland as we enter a bright new age of PR?

Last Christmas for adland as we enter a bright new age of PR?

As the media buyers and planners obfuscate their ignorance on where their online ads are going, who they are reaching, and at times why they are sending them, creative PR's are staging a comeback catalysed by something we retained all along; a clear and actionable purpose.

Allison+Partners opens offices in India, Australia

Allison+Partners opens offices in India, Australia

Pranav Kumar and Michelle Rovere are leading the agency's new offices in the respective countries.

The rise of the lean, green PR Machine

The rise of the lean, green PR Machine

New agile business models are bringing the era of wasteful practices in PR to a close, but what does the lean principle mean for our industry?

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Postcard from Thailand: Doing business in the dynamic 'land of smiles'

Postcard from Thailand: Doing business in the dynamic 'land of smiles'

This nation of 68 million offers economic opportunity in what is, by most accounts, the world's most dynamic economic zone.

Deep Dive: Experiential PR - the next wave of storytelling

Deep Dive: Experiential PR - the next wave of storytelling

With more consumers craving interaction and experiences from brands, agencies have elevated the events management space into a key cog of the integrated, digital communications sphere.

The Big Interview: LG's senior director of global comms Ken Hong

The Big Interview: LG's senior director of global comms Ken Hong

Helming comms for one of the biggest tech brands in the world isn't always smooth sailing. From better ROI, improving product lifecycle comms and navigating fragmented digital channels, Ken Hong explains why complacency is the fast track to irrelevance.

Country Case File: Australia's drive for creative digital content

Country Case File: Australia's drive for creative digital content

In the latest of PRWeek Asia's monthly country spotlights, we assess the economic outlook, the media landscape and the opportunities for PR in Australia.

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Case study: How Burger King took a bigger bite out of Japan

Case study: How Burger King took a bigger bite out of Japan

Brand went toe-to-toe with rival McDonald's and its Big Mac, with an innovative campaign that put its money where its mouth is

Case Study: AIA combines new technology and family values to connect with consumers

Case Study: AIA combines new technology and family values to connect with consumers

Insurance company creates hit digital campaign using social media and television to boost brand awareness

Case Study: How AGA showcased British cooking and its brand in China

Case Study: How AGA showcased British cooking and its brand in China

Brand won over new consumers in Chinese market with interactive strategy at leading food and drink event