Seven Things You Will Learn in This Week’s Issue of PR News


1. After President Obama expressed support for same-sex marriage, Time anointed him “The First Gay President.” 

2. PR Strategist was the top creative services occupation in U.S. News & World Report’s Best Careers list of 2012

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After his résumé padding crisis, positive media coverage of Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson went from 34% to 17%.  

4. In 2011 Edelman grew 15.9% to $604.7 million in net fees—five times as big as the next firm

5. A Cartoon Network campaign led 92,000 people to take an online anti-bullying pledge

6. When same-sex marriage was legalized in Vermont, Ben & Jerry’s renamed its Chubby Hubby ice cream Hubby Hubby

7. The average tenure of a new chief executive in the U.S. and Europe is 41 months.

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