Protesters from the anti-fracking group No Dash for Gas blocked access to the London headquarters of Bell Pottinger this morning and hung a banner from the building as part of a campaign against the firm and U.K. energy client Cuadrilla.
Lisa LaCour, VP-marketing at Outbrain, the Washington Post vendor that was hacked yesterday by the Syrian Electronic Army, wrote a blog post today to outline its response to the attack, including a detailed timeline of events.
This is an open letter to PR Society associate PR director Stephanie Cegielski who has corrected the Society website by removing the claim that 3,000 "professionals" attend the group's annual conferences and replacing that with the word "attendees." Numerous questions put to Cegielski are being ignored.
On the day the Egyptian military stormed the camps of supporters of ousted president Mohamed Morsi and slaughtered 150 people (or 2,200 according to the Muslim Brotherhood), Bahrain activists put western PR firms supporting the King's government on notice, threatening cyber-attacks on their websites.
Four leading hard drive makers have formed the Storage Products Association to represent and promote the $37B sector as the Big Data and mobile communications era places a greater emphasis on cloud computing and so-called flash memory use expands.
PR Society of America's promotion to service firms for its 2013 annual conference in Philadelphia Oct. 26-29 has been saying that such conferences have attracted "an average attendance of 3,000 PR professionals, with executive or senior level decision makers comprising more than one-third of attendees."
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