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


1. In June 2012 LinkedIn was rocked by the theft of 6 million customer account passwords

2. Samsung was named the most preferred consumer technology brand, ahead of Sony, HP and Apple. 

3. Americans believe politics are most responsible for incivility in the U.S.

4. A healthcare index helped Change Healthcare secure $9.3 million in funding by increasing investor awareness.

5. A study found that 72% consumers who received notification of a data breach were dissatisfied with the communications

6. About 85% of PR agency Shift Communication’s clients use its traditional and interactive services

7. Booz Allen Hamilton’s alumni network has more than 40,000 members

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