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David Moyes: Sacked via Twitter

In the end, the announcement was short and sweet. A bit like David Moyes’ Manchester United tenure, minus the sweet part. Following a day of  rumours and deafening silence from those at the club, United officially announced the sacking of …

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Starbucks UK move: PR repair or too big to care?

Starbucks today announced a decision to move their headquarters to Britain from their current base in Holland. The move will see them liable to make a significant tax contribution to the UK economy, but is this a case of too …

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The Citizens Foundation: “For them, school is their sanctuary”

SOME children have already worked three hours before coming to class. Others will go to their jobs straight after school and remain there long after dark. You could never tell from their big smiles and twinkling eyes as they crowd …

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The Heartbleed bug has caused a crisis of confidence amongst consumers.

Heartbleed bug causing reputational damage to infected businesses

The Heartbleed bug is one of the biggest online security threats to date. The name alone sounds serious, like a tropical disease crossed with a Taylor Swift song. But apart from scaring us all into changing our passwords from ‘password1’ …

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Live update from UFC Abu Dhabi Fight Week

This week saw the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) return to Abu Dhabi for the first time since 2010. On Sunday, The UFC team gathered from all corners of the earth and headed to the Middle East as the world’s premier …

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PHA Media: safe standing

Standing up for terracing

Standing up at football matches, what’s the big deal? This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, where 96 fans lost their lives on a fateful April afternoon. Now, football in this country has never been enjoyed so …

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PHA Media: Oscar Pistorius

The Oscar Pistorius trial shows us cameras should stay out of courts….

Hearing Oscar Pistorius wailing and sobbing in the televised coverage of the Reeva Steenkamp murder trial has been an experience which has been hard to take in. It is not because I feel sorry for him, far from it. But …

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Peaches Geldof

Peaches Geldof: A Tragic Life Cut Too Short

  On 7th April 2014, Peaches Honeyblossom Geldof passed away.  Her death was completely unexpected and is still unexplained.  Several theories about the circumstances of her death are circulating; was it an overdose; did she commit suicide; did she have …

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Chelsea vs PSG- Can Mourinho mastermind Chelsea’s Champions League comeback ahead of PSG clash?

Excitement is building ahead of tonight’s Champions League second leg tie between Chelsea and PSG. On paper it’s a mouth-watering match, as Chelsea look to overturn a two goal deficit and advance to the semi-finals. Not many people place Chelsea …

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The Citizens Foundation: Safeguarding An Educational Legacy

If ever there was a country in need of some good PR it’s Pakistan. The first impression fits in with all the prejudices of the West. The hot, dusty streets in Karachi are alive with sirens and we can’t get …

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Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool

Boyz II Men – All aboard the ‘Jolly Rodgers’ revolution at Liverpool

There are very few of us who, at the start of the football season, would have predicted that on April 7th, with five games to play, Liverpool would be top of the Barclays Premier League. But that is precisely where …

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Mozilla CEO stepped down due to views on gay marriage

Mozilla CEO’s resignation shows a fortnight is a long time in PR

There is no greater hindrance to business success than complacency. One minute things are going well, the next you’re facing a public crisis – just ask Brendan Eich. It was today announced that the Mozilla chief executive would step down …

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