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Don't lose your head in the dog days of August

Don't lose your head in the dog days of August

PR has shown no signs of slowing down this summer, but the cloying heat of August seems to have led some communicators to completely lose the plot.

No princesses here: What fictional PR superstar do you identify with?

No princesses here: What fictional PR superstar do you identify with?

The PRSA's "PR princess" quiz inspired us to do our own poll.

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Poll: Do you believe Omarosa?

Poll: Do you believe Omarosa?

Poll time: Which former reality-show star is more believable? The president or Omarosa?

Interview with the chatbot: For one, she's very confused about the concept of PR

Interview with the chatbot: For one, she's very confused about the concept of PR

A quick Q&A with a 20-month-old chatbot from Microsoft.

Helicopter view of marketing services won't favor PR

Helicopter view of marketing services won't favor PR

PR is in danger of being marginalized as holding company consortia throw earned media into the pot in the hunt for blockbuster integrated big brand media and creative pitch wins.

'In the old days, we'd label it gross': 5 PR pros on Jack in the Box's 'bowls' campaign

'In the old days, we'd label it gross': 5 PR pros on Jack in the Box's 'bowls' campaign

However, a PRWeek poll found most respondents don't mind the cheeky campaign.

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Tone deaf? Jack in the Box brings sexual innuendo to the workplace in latest ad

Tone deaf? Jack in the Box brings sexual innuendo to the workplace in latest ad

Backwards for 2018? Or any year?

PR people aren't defense lawyers

PR people aren't defense lawyers

Ethical considerations should underpin all credible PR practice - not everyone deserves PR representation and black ops should not be part of the communications playbook.

Should there be a statute of limitations on old, offensive tweets?

Should there be a statute of limitations on old, offensive tweets?

Should people be judged by something they posted 10 or more years ago?

What makes your PR firm say 'no' to an RFP?

What makes your PR firm say 'no' to an RFP?

What's a red flag when you receive an RFP?