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2017 Rankings Released

Edelman leads the way again with $874.9M in net fees, but there was some jostling at the top. W2O Group ($122.7M) bumped APCO ($120.6M) down to third and several newcomers made the top ten.

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Finnigan Dishes on Time at Fleishman

Wed, Apr. 5, 2017

By John O'Dwyer

Feisty: Chronicles & Confession of an Old PR WarhorseIn his new book, “Feisty: Chronicles & Confession of an Old PR Warhorse,” former Fleishman-Hillard principle Joe Finnigan gives an up-close look at life at the firm from the 1960s until the sale to Omnicom in 1997.

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Book Review: What Did Jesus Drive?

Thu, Nov. 13, 2014

By Byron Reimus

wdjdNo book, conference agenda, white paper or serious discussion about the future of corporate communications in any forum going forward will be complete without a reading of auto PR vet Jason Vines' new tome, What Did Jesus Drive?

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Book Review: Clinton Inc.

Wed, Oct. 15, 2014

By Kevin McVicker

Clinton, Inc.In his superbly reported book, Clinton Inc.: The Audacious Rebuilding of a Political Machine [Broadside Books, 2014], Daniel Halper, a reporter with The Weekly Standard, describes the Clinton family’s rehabilitation with the public, their friends and their enemies.

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'Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk' is PR Gem

Thu, Apr. 24, 2014

By Kevin McCauley

Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk"Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk," a funny but biting critique of the Iraqi invasion and America's indifference to the conflict, is the best book on the practice of PR since Christopher Buckley’s masterpiece, "Thank You for Smoking" of 1994.

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Lanny Davis' Must-Read Crisis PR Book

Mon, Dec. 23, 2013

By Ronn Torossian

davisI've always felt that people who work in the top echelons of political communications are aggressive, bright and great at what they do. It is pressure cooked, intense all the time, and work which is high-profile and cut-throat - so much so that if you do a bad job you’ll find yourself out of a job pretty damn quickly. 

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