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Would you accept an apology from MoviePass?

Would you accept an apology from MoviePass?

Even if it's coming from a super-cute dog?

The messages that won, and lost, the midterms

The messages that won, and lost, the midterms

Politicos weigh in on Tuesday's results.

How 5 PR shops got out the vote on Tuesday

How 5 PR shops got out the vote on Tuesday

These shops won't be a reason staffers can't make it to the polls.

Remember Jamal Khashoggi by fighting for a free press

Remember Jamal Khashoggi by fighting for a free press

The brutal murder and dismemberment of The Washington Post columnist and U.S. resident in a place that was supposed to be a safe haven is a somber reminder that we can't take universal freedoms for granted.

Watch it here: Earnest and Gibbs on the move from the briefing room to the board room

Watch it here: Earnest and Gibbs on the move from the briefing room to the board room

Two former White House press secretaries talked about their biggest lessons learned as they moved from the public sector to the private sector at PR Decoded last month.

What Halloween brand activation was your favorite of 2018?

What Halloween brand activation was your favorite of 2018?

Choose from Reese's, Burger King, Skittles, Pop-Tarts, or M&Ms.

Are you a PR pro who works late? Don't watch this creepy film by Seed Factory

Are you a PR pro who works late? Don't watch this creepy film by Seed Factory

The Atlanta-based firm created a scary film right on time for Halloween.

Poll: Is horizontality dead?

Poll: Is horizontality dead?

Has this holding company trend outlived its usefulness? Answer below.

The death of horizontality

The death of horizontality

WPP this week retired its Health & Wellness operating brand and will move the constituent parts into group agencies in the first half of 2019.

Facebook hires Nick Clegg: Inspired or too far outside the box?

Facebook hires Nick Clegg: Inspired or too far outside the box?

Take our poll on Facebook's new policy and communications hire.