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Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know Tuesday morning

Breakfast Briefing: 5 things for PR pros to know Tuesday morning

CES rolls back media list policy following complaints; WPP repositions as "creative transformation company"; Google CEO Sundar Pichai makes Capitol Hill debut; 10,000 Verizon employees accept its buyout offer; and other news to know.

'I'll stop pulling my hair out now': CES rolls back media list policy following complaints

'I'll stop pulling my hair out now': CES rolls back media list policy following complaints

PR pros were not happy with CES' decision to make them use an online portal to reach attending journalists.

Blockchain PR firm Wachsman cuts 16 staffers amid crypto volatility

Blockchain PR firm Wachsman cuts 16 staffers amid crypto volatility

The firm attributed the layoffs to cryptocurrency market volatility.

AI startup Uptake brings on Brunswick's John Gallagher

AI startup Uptake brings on Brunswick's John Gallagher

The startup has a valuation of $2.3 billion.

Snap names 21st Century Fox's Julie Henderson chief communications officer

Snap names 21st Century Fox's Julie Henderson chief communications officer

She'll exit the entertainment company after the completion of its deal with Disney.

The Breakfast Briefing: 5 things to know Thursday morning

The Breakfast Briefing: 5 things to know Thursday morning

Tech execs are at the White House, Amal Clooney is not a fan of Trump, the countdown begins to PR's biggest night.

Bite Global MD Rachel Gilley moves to Clarity PR

Bite Global MD Rachel Gilley moves to Clarity PR

Clarity PR has hired Bite Global managing director Rachel Gilley as its UK MD.

5 things for PR pros to know on Friday morning

5 things for PR pros to know on Friday morning

Sheryl Sandberg's shifting story; Massive Marriott data breach; Trump defends "very legal & very cool" business dealings in Russia.

Experian kicks agencies' tires as it considers RFP

Experian kicks agencies' tires as it considers RFP

The credit reporting agency is thinking about putting its North American PR AOR account up for grabs after sending out an RFI.

Twitter: 'We liked our tweets, so we made them bigger'

Twitter: 'We liked our tweets, so we made them bigger'

How big can you go with 280 characters?

Amnesty International slams Google's ethics over censored search app in campaign

Amnesty International slams Google's ethics over censored search app in campaign

Amnesty International has launched a global campaign to stop Google from releasing a censored search engine app in China.

Creation boosts Avaya's Experiences That Matter push

Creation boosts Avaya's Experiences That Matter push

The campaign is emphasizing Avaya's pivot towards cloud computing.

'Measuring PR to the pipeline is not about recreating the wheel' - Cision global CEO Kevin Akeroyd

'Measuring PR to the pipeline is not about recreating the wheel' - Cision global CEO Kevin Akeroyd

Communications professionals need to start measuring "PR to the pipeline" and "articles to e-commerce" revenue to drive further investment into the discipline, Cision global chief executive Kevin Akeroyd has said.

Instagram to strip users of fake 'likes,' comments from third-party apps

Instagram to strip users of fake 'likes,' comments from third-party apps

The move has been welcomed by Unilever's Keith Weed, who has led calls for action.

Twitter PR pros call out Facebook's 'garbage move' of blaming its comms team

Twitter PR pros call out Facebook's 'garbage move' of blaming its comms team

"Sorry, but blaming your comms team in times of crisis is a garbage move," said one unlikely ally.