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Roll Call: Edelman, Ruder Finn, Hill+Knowlton and More - Posted October 30, 2014
Today Edelman announced the appointment of three new global sector chairs. Tish Van Dyke will run Food and Beverage, Deidre H. Campbell Financial Services and Amy Hemingway Energy. The three new appointees will report to global director of sectors/global chair of Edelman Health Kym White. In the release, White notes that the... [FishbowlDC]

MWW Expands Amidst 'Independent Agency vs. Holding Company' Debate - Posted November 13, 2013
Today brings news that MWW has finalized its acquisition of London-based ... [FishbowlDC]

Spin the Agencies of Record - Posted February 7, 2013
Is this what they used to freeze Han Solo? Biogenic Reagents, a pioneer in the renewable energy and clean technology categories, has chosen Haberman t... [FishbowlDC]

Spin the Agencies of Record - Posted November 29, 2012
Building on its recent success with several technology clients, M&C Saatchi PR has acquired three new accounts in the areas of social gaming and technology: Flow, a performance fitness ap... [FishbowlDC]

Spin the Agencies of Record - Posted July 26, 2012
ANCILE Solutions has chosen MWW to expand ANCILE Solutions' brand awareness efforts in the media and analyst communities; MWW will also implement a media strategies program and executive eminence platform. MWW's B2B and... [FishbowlDC]

2009 Predictions: Who Got 'Em Right and Who Got 'Em Wrong - Posted December 28, 2009
As we roll out 2010 predictions for the PR industry, lets look back at some of last year's predictions to see who got things right and who didn't. Check out the breakdown after the jump. Those who got it right: "The line separating bloggers from mainstream journalists will continue to blur creating one amorphous... [FishbowlDC]