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The press has set its sights on bringing down Donald Trump, but the majority of Americans don’t trust the media to do the job — or any reporting, for that matter — fairly. (3 reader comments)
FleishmanHillard has signed an affiliate partnership with Southeast Asia corporate advisory firm Vriens & Partners to generate new business opportunities and expanding both agencies’ capabilities and expertise globally.
The claim on the PRSA website that is a “partner” with Ethisphere and that the “first joint project” has been released, implying more such projects, should be corrected. Ethisphere is going to “talk” to PRSA about the tie but refuses further explanation.
The American Chemistry Council has retained Baker & Hostetler for representation on issues related to chemicals, energy, homeland security and corporate tax policy.
PR Society of America, which spent $945 on “ethics” in 2015, said it’s a “partner” with the Ethisphere Institute in a bid to “elevate business ethics.” This is an odd couple if ever there was one. (1 reader comment)
M&A expert Gould+Partners is calling for responses to its survey which analyzes key factors affecting PR firm profitability and shows what can be done to maximize bottom line and firm value. Deadline is Mar. 24.
Athletes are constantly being referred to by the sports media as the “greatest ever,” claims that are impossible to prove and are quickly used to refer to any number of athletes playing the games at any given time.