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Bell Pottinger Founders Buying Firm from Chime - Posted May 31, 2012
Bell Pottinger founders Lord Bell and Piers Pottinger (also the names of my neighbor's cats!) and other firm execs plan to pay 19.6 million in cash and company shares to purchase the namesake firm from Chime Communications. Shareholder... [GalleyCat]

PR Associations, British Government React to Bell Pottinger Scandal - Posted December 12, 2011
[caption id="attachment_31327" align="alignright" width="302" caption="Lord Bell"][/caption] The Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), ... [FishbowlDC]

U.K.'s Bell Pottinger Caught On Video Offering its 'Dark Arts' - Posted December 8, 2011
[caption id="attachment_31160" align="alignright" width="174" caption="Bell Pottinger MD Tim Collins was one of the execs caught on video."][/caption] U.K. lobbying firm Bell Pottinger is coming under fire for comments st... [FishbowlDC]

Trouble for London PR Firms With Controversial International Ties - Posted March 29, 2011
[caption id="attachment_18252" align="alignleft" width="360" caption="Anti-government protesters at Sanaa University in Yemen. Photo: Reuters/Ammar Awad"][/caption] A number of London's PR firms, including Bell Pottinger, the biggest in Britai... [GalleyCat]

Guardian Names London the 'World Capital for Reputation Laundering' - Posted August 4, 2010
In two separate articles published today, the Guardian boils down why London has become the "world capital of reputation laundering" for regime governments: "If you are managing a client's reputation, whether individual, company or country, it is the Anglo-Saxon media that matters and particularly the London-based media," said Ivo Gabara, who advises... [FishbowlDC]