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Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Wednesday morning

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know on Wednesday morning

New York State bans floating billboards; More advertisers flee Tucker Carlson; The Danes are not happy with President Trump.

Facebook lets users clear advertising data held by third-party sites

Facebook lets users clear advertising data held by third-party sites

A user can then either block app or site from sharing data, or block all services in one go.

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10 ways to push consumer brands forward

10 ways to push consumer brands forward

What does the modern consumer look for in a brand - what puts them off, and what keeps them coming back for more? WE Communications' global Brands in Motion study set to find out and here are the key findings

Hoffman Agency hires Syreeta Mussante as MD, North America

Hoffman Agency hires Syreeta Mussante as MD, North America

Mussante takes over for the retiring Steve Burkhart.

Around the office with...Lippe Taylor's Paul Dyer

Around the office with...Lippe Taylor's Paul Dyer

The agency's president talks muggles, Arsenal and how to stand out.

Breakfast Briefing: Five things for PR pros to know Tuesday morning

Breakfast Briefing: Five things for PR pros to know Tuesday morning

Twitter and Facebook fight Chinese disinformation; Wendy's disses Chick-fil-A and Popeyes; Tech faces state antitrust probe; CNN analyst's bodyguard charged; Huawei founder threatens salary cuts.

Twitter bans state media ads over 'nefarious' Hong Kong social media tactics

Twitter bans state media ads over 'nefarious' Hong Kong social media tactics

Twitter and Facebook took action against accounts they said are connected to the Chinese government.

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Save the Children International comms chief to head London office of US agency

Save the Children International comms chief to head London office of US agency

Save the Children International global comms director Kirsten Walkom has left the charity to head the London office of US crisis and reputation management agency Smith & Company.

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The PR Week at Cannes 6.19.2019: Weber Shandwick's Andy Polansky

The PR Week at Cannes 6.19.2019: Weber Shandwick's Andy Polansky

Earned media took center stage as we met up with the CEO of the world's second-largest PR agency at ICCO's House of PR in Cannes. (Partner content)

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The PR Week at Cannes 6.18.2019: WE's Melissa Waggener Zorkin

The PR Week at Cannes 6.18.2019: WE's Melissa Waggener Zorkin

Authenticity is the key to brand purpose - and communicating about it. We discussed this and related topics with the venerable agency CEO. (Partner content)

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Voice technology: The megaphone for marcomms

Voice technology: The megaphone for marcomms

Brand leaders must embrace voice technology or risk being left behind. Examples and inspiration were provided at this Ruder Finn-hosted event in New York.

How the CIA's social media lead deals with trolls

How the CIA's social media lead deals with trolls

People blame the CIA for everything, even bad weather.

Fleishman survey: Consumers don't expect corporations to save the world

Fleishman survey: Consumers don't expect corporations to save the world

Instead, respondents want purpose to be related to issues that a company can control.

Mulan actress faces backlash after expressing support for Hong Kong police

Mulan actress faces backlash after expressing support for Hong Kong police

The hashtag #BoycottMulan took off last weekend as a response to the actress' comments on Weibo.

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Breakfast Briefing: Five things for PR pros to know Monday morning

Breakfast Briefing: Five things for PR pros to know Monday morning

Wine & Cheez-It box sells out; K-pop stars and Hong Kong protests; CEOs downplay shareholder value; Trump versus the New York Times; Rashida Tlaib boycotts Bill Maher.