October 16th 2021
Breakfast Briefing
 

New on PRWeek this morning: The Fragrance Foundation selects Finn Partners as its global AOR to lead DEI strategy and communications. Led by Finn global chief diversity officer and head of multicultural marketing Helen Shelton, the firm will be responsible for creating outreach programs in education, recruitment and mentoring for the #FragranceForwardTTF initiative, and all other communications. Read all about it here

The Food and Drug Administration’s vaccine advisory panel is meeting shortly to vote on whether to authorize booster shots of Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose coronavirus vaccine. The discussion could get messy. An analysis published Wednesday of J&J's application for the booster raised questions about the strength of the data and the methods used to gather it.

The White House links climate change to the economy. In a report released this morning, top White House aides say climate change poses "systemic risks" to the U.S. financial system. The report goes on to outline plans to build an economy resilient to disruptions from climate change, including weaving climate-risk policies into budget forecasts, FEMA plans, Labor Department investment decisions and Department of Housing and Urban Development plans for federally insured or guaranteed mortgages.  

LinkedIn will shut down in China. The professional networking service plans to halt operations later this year, citing “a significantly more challenging operating environment and greater compliance requirements” after years of censoring posts from Chinese users. LinkedIn will instead offer a new app focused solely on job postings for the market without networking features. 

Listen: On this week’s episode of The PR Week podcast, PRWeek editorial director Steve Barrett is joined by Kristal Howard, director of media relations and corporate communications at Kroger and 2021 Purpose Awards jury chair. Howard talks about her main takeaways from the awards and the PRDecoded: Purpose Transformed Conference. Check it out here.

 

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