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Following KPMG's acquisition of investor relations firm Makinson Cowell, Alex Benady looks at whether it could start a trend and the implications for the wider PR industry.
The current wave of digital start-ups are using PR to spread the word. Lynsey Barber reports.
The comments have flooded in following PRWeek's invitation to debate how best to improve the PR industry's image. Ruth Wyatt presents a selection of the most insightful observations.
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Education Secretary Michael Gove was discovered to have based a claim of 'disturbing historical ignorance' among teenagers in an article he wrote for The Mail on Sunday in March partly on statistics from PR surveys by Premier Inn and UKTV Gold.
After Dame Helen Mirren scolded a troupe of street drummers for making noise in the street during her performance as the Queen in The Audience last weekend, the Oscar-winning actress has been pictured smiling with the group.
Stuart Pocock, managing partner at The Observatory, and Larry Franks, MD of Beige, discuss the growing complexity of PR pitch processes.
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SSE's head of corporate affairs discovers the perils of crafty editing
Interflora fails to deliver
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Blackberry fails to connect
Key messages are great but point blank refusals of journalists' questions will only guarantee you poor coverage, says Electric Airwaves' managing director Andrew Caesar-Gordon.
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