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At Northwestern Mutual, the numbers speak for themselves. They also speak for Deanna Tillisch, who, as PR director for the company, first proposed the idea that in-depth
consumer research could be a valuable PR tool for the investment advisory firm.


April 2nd, 1998 by

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Editor’s Note: You would think that when it comes to the American Association of Retired Persons’ 22-million-plus-circulation magazine, Modern Maturity, that it’s not hard to make inroads because of the vast amount …

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The Windup
While the media din has reached excessive volumes in the last several years, most of the coverage tends to self-absorbed and only skin …

Hill & Knowlton is one of the PR firms that is banking its future on a new philosophy – that you can better serve clients by using specialists regardless of where they are geographically based. Of late, H&K, which is …

New York Magazine

February 2nd, 1998 by

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Editor’s Note: It’s been our general impression that the New York media outlets are the hardest to gain access to (for two reasons: the hectic newsgathering environment in which these pros operate …


August 11th, 2003 by

John Capouya, deputy editor of SmartMoney, was brought in two years ago to ramp up the monthly’s consumer lifestyle coverage. Capouya (ex-Newsweek, The New York Times) edits
the “Smart Spending,” “Agenda” and “Tech File” sections. He also oversees stories that …

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July 28th, 2003 by

That John Buckley, the chief spokesman for AOL Time Warner’s AOL’s America Online division, is reportedly in the running to become head of the Recording Industry Association of
America? An announcement is expected soon.

Even though women have historically dominated the PR industry, their salaries generally haven’t equaled what men earn. But executive recruiters say that rift is closing, and as the demand for strategic communicators grows, women may well indeed command the salaries …