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Controversial bookmaker Paddy Power is offering Arsenal fans the chance to vote on the future of beleaguered boss Arsène Wenger before the FA Cup semi-final.
Another press aide to Theresa May has departed in the wake of her decision to call a snap general election - and her party's appointment of Lynton Crosby to run its campaign.
The Jockey Club, the organisation behind horse-racing events including the Grand National, has appointed Daily Mirror executive editor Barry Rabbetts as its first group head of media to build on a "resurgence" in the sport.
PR firms should encourage staff to be involved in the general election campaign because it is "a great way to develop skills" - with one public affairs professional arguing that firms should not hide behind laws under which this may sometimes count as a political donation.
"I know!" shouts an enthusiastic account exec at an all-hands brainstorm. "Free runners!"
In Flack this week: digital detox rudely disrupted by election, Arron Banks hones his inner Trump, and PR footy fun.
Publicis Groupe has reported revenue of ?655m ($704.4m) in Europe for the first quarter of the year, up 3.8% compared with the same period last year, and boosted by growth in the UK and France.
Instagress, a service that helped Instagram users get new followers, has been "forced to close" by the picture-sharing platform.
MHP Communications has opened an office in Singapore to meet what it says is a growing client need in South East Asia.
British Land, one of the UK's largest property developers, is reviewing its public affairs account, PRWeek has learned.
Theresa May's decision to hold a snap general election presents a "huge opportunity" for creative work by consumer PR agencies and their clients - but may also present some with the prospect of a temporary blip, according to agency professionals.
Asian restaurant chain Wagamama has hired creative comms agency Talker Tailor Trouble Maker to run its consumer PR.
For a long time in France, major communication agencies loved to display their support to presidential candidates. All the key industry names used to commit to our political wannabes.
Theresa May's decision not to participate in televised debates ahead of June's snap general election is "strategically sound", political communicators agree - but they are divided on how influential Lynton Crosby will be in the election.
Coca-Cola is bringing back its "Share a Coke" packaging campaign - but this time, bottles and cans will feature the names of top holiday destinations.
Cirkle created sweet bouquets to raise awareness and increase sales of a range of Valentine's Day-themed cakes from Mr Kipling.
Marketing platform hires Munch, Travel agent appoints Brighter Group, Fourth Day wins Hamburg Marketing, and funeral site hires first head of PR.
A rushed election engineered to further divide the country, further international referendums and growing fears, calling the fundamentals of democracy as we have known it into question.
Prime Minister Theresa May had been ruling out an early General Election right up to the point at which she called one.
One of Britain's top universities, Durham, is planning to spend more than a quarter of a million pounds in the next four years in a bid to boost the reputation of its business school.