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Money talks. But in the PR department at Philadelphia-based software company Mindbridge, there are some things that talk even louder.
“A lot of our folks, especially on the marketing side, have wanted to work from home and to have more …

Strikes, job actions, lockouts: Labor disputes of every stripe have occurred in virtually every industry, from manufacturing facilities to the halls of academia. It’s about
more than just wages and working conditions. It is a PR battle that requires the …

Media Metrics

November 18th, 2002 by

In this new feature, PR NEWS offers you key stats on the media and media relations – information you need but don’t have time to dig up. We’ll rotate the information on a
weekly basis to provide a broad range …

Media Moves

May 20th, 2002 by

National News: Robin Sayers, senior editor of InStyle, moves from the West Coast bureau to the New York office. Sayers’ focus is on trend reporting, celebrity interviews and
feature editing. Send releases to Time & Life Building, 18th Floor, Rockefeller Center, …

Media Moves

January 21st, 2002 by

National News: Ladies’ Home Journal promotes Meredith Franco to assistant editor. She covers the How America Lives section. Send all releases and press materials to her
attention at 125 Park Avenue, 20th Floor, New York, NY 10017. Business/ Financial: John Koppisch’s title …

When it comes to corporate intranet portals, getting one up and running is only half the battle.
It’s been a few years now since internal-communications executives began compiling intranet portals to bolster their in-reach efforts. Many now find themselves victims …

A PR NEWS Platinum PR Award has always been an illustrious honor, but this year’s winners are particularly distinguished. The winning campaigns were not only astoundingly
creative, brilliantly implemented, scrupulously budget-conscious and wildly successful, they also surpassed hundreds of other …

As the airline industry struggles to regain altitude, Southwest Airlines fares better than most — although the Dallas-based company and its 32,000 employees saw a 29% decrease
in passenger revenues during September. PR NEWS asked John Churchill, manager of employee communications, for …