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We’ll all be replaced by robots eventually. But not yet.

We’ll all be replaced by robots eventually. But not yet.

Everybody’s getting excited about ChatGPT and the potential for the AI chatbot to accomplish extraordinary things, but it’s not yet time for the human race to hand over to the robots entirely.

PRWeek US starts its 25th year covering the PR industry

PRWeek US starts its 25th year covering the PR industry

Through thick and thin PRWeek has tracked the fortunes of a profession that has evolved incredibly in two and a half decades.

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Is your company speaking out less on contentious issues?

Are you seeing a trend of more caution and less grandstanding?

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9 things for the PR agenda in 2023

After a busy and effective year for a PR industry on top of its game, there’s sure to be no slowdown in 2023 given the massive and multiple challenges ahead.

Lessons from purposeful and creative Hall of Famers

Lessons from purposeful and creative Hall of Famers

The PR industry celebrated six more outstanding inductees to the PRWeek Hall of Fame on Monday evening amid an atmosphere of achievement, anticipation and bullishness about the future.

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Could PR agencies really swing a 4-day workweek?

A new study found that five-day workweeks may soon be a thing of the past.

A stain on the glorious game

A stain on the glorious game

As the most controversial soccer World Cup in history gets set to kick off, fans, players and marketers are venturing into unknown and potentially dangerous territory.

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Highlights from Elon Musk’s first email to employees

Musk’s first attempt at internal comms featured warnings of tough times ahead.

Midterms provided hope for a more civil discourse

Midterms provided hope for a more civil discourse

Pre-election predictions failed to come to fruition as many voters rejected election deniers and low-quality candidates.

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Brands should push the pause button on Twitter

Marketers and advertisers crave certainty and stability, but the first week under the leadership of Chief Twit Elon Musk has demonstrated precisely the opposite of that.