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Drew Olanoff, a seasoned tech journalist and communicator, has moved to Mercury Public Affairs to open a San Francisco office for the firm.
David Castelveter, a veteran government and private sector communicator, has moved to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission to direct its office of public affairs.
The Associated Press has led in-depth coverage of the lobbying and PR activity of Donald Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort, who advocated for pro-Russian interests in the Ukraine without registering in the US as a foreign agent. Manafort resigned today.
The Westhampton Free Library board last night heard detailed plans for spending millions on the six-year-old building. Residents were not notified.
Westhampton, N.Y., residents who want the library board to convert to elected status and to stop plans to spend $3 million on construction on a six-year-old building will press their case tonight.
Melanie Howard, a seasoned insurance sector marketing and PR exec, has moved to the American Association of Insurance Services as director of communications for the Lisle, Ill.-based rating bureau.
Steven Seagal, who has long supported nuclear disarmament, helping to fund the multinational Center for Defense Information, today said the cause of peace will be advanced when nations realize they are "one family" that must transcend an obsession with national borders.
World War II ended 71 years ago today with the surrender of Japan. O’Dwyer staffer Sharlene Spingler and actor Steven Seagal took part in a ceremony commemorating the deaths of more than 120,000 in atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Marcus Jadotte, an Obama administration Commerce Department assistant secretary and former public affairs chief of NASCAR, has joined defense contractor AAR as VP of public affairs to establish a Washington outpost for the Wood dale, Ill.-based company.
AARP, which reps 37 million seniors, quit the American Legislative Exchange Council under pressure from Center for Media & Democracy, American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees, and other groups.
Democratic National Committee communications director Luis Miranda has resigned, along with CEO Amy Dacey and CFO Brand Marshall, amid the email hack that earlier toppled the party chair, Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
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