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Wash., D.C., PR firm Megaphone Strategies says it’s working with electors on both sides of the aisle who don’t plan on voting for Trump Dec. 19. (1 reader comment)
Today’s New York Post screams “Apple Jam” on page one and says New Yorkers are “driven nuts” by traffic but does not offer solutions such as a $500 fee and $1 per gallon gas tax for private cars.
Dentons, the largest law firm in the world, said it will form a global network of public affairs firms in 2017 reaching into PR, lobbying, advertising and related fields.
Ferocious, unfair media attacks on Donald Trump coupled with wrongful estimates of Hillary Clinton’s appeal to voters undermined her quest to be the first woman president. Many women thought there was no need to vote! (4 reader comments)
Kimberly Allman, who directed government affairs in the Obama administration for the Corporation for National and Community Service, has opened a Washington, D.C., outpost for identity theft protection provider LifeLock.
The Clinton/Trump debate hit new lows of personal remarks last night with moderator Anderson Cooper of CNN immediately bringing up Trump’s vulgar comments about women that he made 11 years ago.
Donald Trump conjures more negative associations in people’s minds than Hillary Clinton, a factor that could ultimately determine which candidate undecided voters pick at the polls in November. (1 reader comment)
A bombshell report issued by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism details Bell Pottinger's years-long work in Iraq to create fake news content and propaganda videos for the Pentagon. (1 reader comment)
Veteran military and government communicator moves to the American Psychiatric Association as chief of communications for the Arlington, Va.-based trade group. (1 reader comment)
Erik Balsbaugh, principal for Dewey Square Group, has rolled to the American Gaming Association as VP of public affairs for the Washington-based trade group for the $240B casino sector.