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This week's most read stories
Magazine-like, women-focused, brave: Industry reacts to The New Day Magazine-like, women-focused, brave: Industry reacts to The New Day
PR professionals have given their initial reactions to The New Day, the new print-only newspaper from Trinity Mirror that hits the newsstands for the first time this morning.
Shortlist announced ahead of PRWeek Global Awards 2016 Shortlist announced ahead of PRWeek Global Awards 2016
The finalists for PRWeek's Global Awards 2016 have been announced, with Edelman, FleishmanHillard, Ketchum, Text 100 and Weber Shandwick battling for the Global Agency honour.
Lidl appoints W to support expansion plans and own-label brands Lidl appoints W to support expansion plans and own-label brands
UK supermarket Lidl has appointed W as its first retained PR agency in the UK, following a five-way pitch.
UK exit from EU 'would be a disaster', says MSLGroup boss Guillaume Herbette UK exit from EU 'would be a disaster', says MSLGroup boss Guillaume Herbette
The chief executive of global PR firm MSLGroup, part of Paris-headquartered Publicis Groupe, has told PRWeek that the he hopes the UK votes to remain in the EU.
In-depth analysis and comment
1. Rise of The Romans: How agency went from launch to landing Spotify, Samsung and BrewDog
2. Mumsnet's Rowan Davies: Five takeaways on PR after judging the Best Places to Work Awards
3. Five 'don'ts' to consider if you are thinking of using VR
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