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Gillette debate cuts two ways

Gillette debate cuts two ways

A new ad from the iconic razor brand has set the internet on fire with debates around Gillette's new The Best Men Can Be positioning - this and other recent developments prove gender politics post #MeToo still have a long way to go.

Where do you stand on Gillette's provocative ad?

Where do you stand on Gillette's provocative ad?

Like it or not, the spot has caught everyone's attention, and buzz is only picking up speed.

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Eggfluencer? 11 brands jumping eggstra hard off the Instagram egg phenomenon

Eggfluencer? 11 brands jumping eggstra hard off the Instagram egg phenomenon

Egg on your face over only a few likes? Not these brands.

9 things to know about 2019

9 things to know about 2019

PR doesn't exist in a vacuum and there are numerous tectonic shifts in the business and political landscape that shape the environment within which communicators operate.

Pick a side: Fiji Water vs. Jamie Lee Curtis

Pick a side: Fiji Water vs. Jamie Lee Curtis

Is being photobombed really that big of a deal?

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President Trump's speech on border security: 6 PR pros weigh in

President Trump's speech on border security: 6 PR pros weigh in

Politicos dish on whether or not Trump hit a wall with his address on Tuesday night.

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Fiji Water is the real Golden Globe winner

Fiji Water is the real Golden Globe winner

Ever feel like someone's right behind you?

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Special 20th anniversary PRWeek U.S. Awards shortlist revealed

Special 20th anniversary PRWeek U.S. Awards shortlist revealed

The 2019 PRWeek Awards will include two special 20th anniversary categories: Best Campaign of the Past 20 Years and Agency of the Past 20 Years.

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G&S wins PRWeek agency holiday card contest

G&S wins PRWeek agency holiday card contest

G&S' video cruised to a festive victory in the year-end contest.

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Should Netflix have turned a blind eye to the Bird Box Challenge?

Should Netflix have turned a blind eye to the Bird Box Challenge?

The streaming service tweeted a message warning people not to hurt themselves with the latest dangerous social media dare.