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Hell hath no fury like a bunch of drivers stranded. In February of 1999, the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) disrupted the weekly travel of more than 2.25 million motorists when it began to rebuild the Stevenson Expressway. The major Chicago artery ...

Hotline

January 15th, 2001 by
George goes down. George, the six-year old experiment that hoped to blend compelling analysis of politics with Hollywood puff, becomes the first casualty in what will likely be a long line of magazines killed by shrinking ad revenues in 2001. A ...

On the Record

January 1st, 2001 by
Same Battle, New Year. What perils await media relations pros pitching techware in 2001? Same old same old, says Deborah Branscum, contributing editor to Newsweek and contributor to Fortune.com's "Valley Talk" column: "At the BUZZ 2000 conference last July, John Markoff ...

Fresh Off the Campaign Trail

December 11th, 2000 by
I always imagined the election would be over and a winner determined when I returned back to my life at Porter Novelli. Instead after seven weeks of 15-hour days, I still have to turn on CNN every night just to ...

This Just In…

November 20th, 2000 by
Cathy Lugbauer, EVP at Weber-Shandwick, becomes chairman of the Council of PR Firms, replacing Ketchum chairman/partner David Drobis. Fleishman-Hillard CEO John Graham is named Council vice chairman/chair-elect. Publicis Groupe SA completes its acquisition Nelson Communications, Inc. The healthcare ...

This Just In…

November 13th, 2000 by
Hill & Knowlton promotes John McCook to senior managing director and deputy of its N.Y. media group. Gary Thompson, formerly president of Shandwick International, joins Schwartz Communications as EVP. Gus Weill is named president and CEO of PR21. Mark Chataway ...