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Turning Point Brands, the tobacco company behind Zig-Zag, Beech-Nut and Red Cap, is working with Mozaic IR for financial communications as it slates an initial public offering. (1 reader comment)
The top PR firms in the finance industry have achieved their standing by focusing on business impact, as well as cultivating media relationships.
Dycom Industries, the publicly traded telecommunications contractor, has enlisted Kekst and Company in its breach of contract suit against Quanta Services, after Dycom bought Quanta subsidiaries for $300M.
Corporate culture is a firm’s DNA. Just as genetics influence who we are, a firm’s culture shapes an organization’s health, what it looks like and how it behaves. (1 reader comment)
Elizabeth Higashi, a veteran financial communications exec on the corporate and agency side, has been named VP of IR for Hertz Equipment Rental Corp., as parent Hertz Global Holdings prepares to spin off the unit as a publicly traded company this year.
Thomas Walek, whose financial services shop Walek & Associates was acquired in 2013 by Peppercomm, has left that agency to form a new venture titled Peaks Strategies. Peppercomm financial unit name WalekPeppercomm has now been phased out.
Sitrick and Company is handling communications for Pacific Exploration & Production Corp., the Canadian-Columbian oil company facing a significant debt burden and low energy prices.
Cognito has been named U.S. agency of record for business accelerator network Startupbootcamp FinTech to aid with that program's rollout in New York.
Elaine Wynn is working with Kekst and Company as the co-founder of Wynn Resorts sues to regain shares of the company amid a family struggle over the publicly traded casino giant.
Sherwin-Williams and Valspar have engaged outside PR counsel in S-W's $11.3B move on its rival coatings producer.
Two hedge funds have engaged outside PR counsel as they mount a proxy challenge to airline giant United Continental Holdings' board.
TSA Stores, the Colorado-based parent of the Sports Authority retail chain, has engaged Sard Verbinnen & Co. for PR support as it navigates Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
Intercontinental Exchange, the publicly traded exchange and clearing house operator, is working with Brunswick Group for outside PR support as it mulls a bid for the London Stock Exchange.
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