Some Americans view Edward Snowden as a heroic information warrior who exposed abuses of the National Security Agency, while others say he’s a criminal responsible for putting the lives of many U.S. operatives in jeopardy.
Political writer Michael Kinsley, in a debut column in Vanity Fair, says most local newspapers are not “very good” and that national newspapers like New York Times and USA Today, which “everyone can read,” will survive.
American Achievement, the maker of commemorative products like class rings and yearbooks, has relied on PR counsel from Sard Verbinnen & Co as it sought to be acquired rival Jostens, a $500M move that was blocked by the Federal Trade Commission on Thursday.
Louisiana's economic development engine, which has landed some high-profile industrial and tech business in the past year rom companies like IBM and Lockheed Martin by wielding tax breaks, has launched an agency search to handle strategic marketing and communications to pitch the Pelican State for domestic and international businesses.
Omnicom Group CEO John Wren collected $18.1 in 2013 total compensation, showing a healthy 21.7 percent rise during the period in which the ad/PR conglom posted flat revenues and net incomes of $14.6B and $1.1B, respectively.
PR people and administrative assistants are top targets of cybercrooks, according to the latest Internet Security Threat Report issued by Symantec, the electronic information protection company in Silicon Valley.
Print magazines like Forbes don’t have a readership problem, they have an advertising problem, Forbes Media chief revenue officer Mark Howard told Gibbs & Soell's annual "Welcome to the Global Street Fight" event in New York on April 11.
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