The Washington, D.C.-based trade group for the franchising sector has engaged PR help on the ground in Seattle as it fights a legal and public affairs battle over the city's newly passed $15 minimum wage.
One of my favorite quotes by the easily quotable Israeli statesman Abba Eban was his reference to PLO chief Yasser Arafat. Eban summed up so much with: "Arafat never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity!"
Two-thirds into his eight-year presidency, Barack Obama finally delivered the goods on climate change, ordering the Environmental Protection Agency to propose standards to reduce carbon pollution from power plants 30 percent by 2030.
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld announced today leaders of Patton Bogg’s healthcare practice have joined the firm, making its group "one of the nation's very largest" health law and policy practices in the country.
Hill+Knowlton Strategies today launched the "One Billion Acts of Peace" drive during the social innovation summit at the United Nations to participate in programs designed to tackle global development issues, such as climate change, sustainability, human rights, access to water and extreme poverty.
There’s a growing PR counter-attack on French professor Thomas Piketty’s “Capital in the Twenty-First Century,” which says the chasm between the one-percent and the rest of all is approaching the “glory days” of the French autocracy before the country’s Revolution.
Might it not be time for the very industry intended to communicate the best for its clients to demonstrate the importance of recognizing and retaining talent regardless of what, for some, might be physical disablities.
Karl Rove, whose supposed political acumen was shattered by President Obama’s successful re-election, fired a cheap shot at Hillary Clinton, alleging she suffers from “traumatic brain injury” stemming from her tumble of last year, according to a May 12 report in Rupert Murdoch’s New York Post.
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