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globalprimenews.com - Bandhan Bank ropes in Aveek Datta as Deputy Vice President, Public Relations
Bandhan Bank ropes in Aveek Datta as Deputy Vice President, Public Relations
Global Prime News

MUMBAI, 05 JULY, 2020 (GPN): Apart from driving the bank's communications and public relations efforts, Datta will be working on building brand reputation via media relations (with a special focus on financial media), assisting investor relations…

dailymail.co.uk - ANDREW PIERCE: Will PR pals give Labour's Liz Kendall a red face?
ANDREW PIERCE: Will PR pals give Labour's Liz Kendall a red face?
Mail Online

As the Labour MP for Leicester West, one might expect Liz Kendall to spend this week focusing on her constituents, many of whom must be deeply concerned about the implementation of a second lockdown in the city. Well, don't hold your breath. For…

heavy.com - Jessica McBride - WATCH: Melissa Rein Lively Tears Masks Off Shelf at Scottsdale Target in Viral Video
WATCH: Melissa Rein Lively Tears Masks Off Shelf at Scottsdale Target in Viral Video
Heavy

Melissa Rein Lively is a Scottsdale public relations company founder who tore masks off a shelf at a Target store in Arizona. You can watch the viral video later in this article, but be aware that it contains profane language. The video shows…

archbishopcranmer.com - Christ Church vs Martyn Percy: a conspiracy of lawyers, divine PR, and the purgatory of CofE Safeguarding
Christ Church vs Martyn Percy: a conspiracy of lawyers, divine PR, and the purgatory of CofE Safeguarding
Archbishop Cranmer

The story of injustice being inflicted by the Church of England upon Prof Martyn Percy, Dean of Christ Church, Oxford, has been grinding on now for over three months, and the reputation of the Established Church for justice, mercy and humility has…

swisscognitive.ch - Does the Human Touch + AI = The Future of Work?
Does the Human Touch + AI = The Future of Work?
The Global AI Hub

There's no doubt, AI certainly has its place. And most business leaders agree that AI is important to the future success of their company. A recent survey found CEOs believe the benefits of AI include creating better efficiencies (62 percent)…

theatlantic.com - Malkia Devich-Cyril - Defund Facial Recognition
Defund Facial Recognition
The Atlantic

Ahmaud Arbery. Breonna Taylor. Tony McDade. George Floyd. Rayshard Brooks. Oluwatoyin Salau. Robert Forbes. As each story has emerged of a Black life violently ended by law enforcement, white nationalists or by other forms of interpersonal…

cnn.com - Title Missing
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CNN

View this email in your browser. Share it on Facebook or Twitter. Brian Stelter here. Hope you had a great weekend. I took my 11-month-old swimming for the first time! And my 3-year-old sang happy birthday to America. Unfortunately that's where the…

dispatch.com - Theodore Decker - The Columbus Dispatch
The Columbus Dispatch
The Columbus Dispatch

Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther continues to wobble on tiptoes as he weaves through the minefield that is American policing these days. Given the mayor's recent rhetoric blasting the local police union, community activists who have demanded change…

wsj.com - Harriet Torry - Recession Led by Services Sector Is Particularly Painful for Latino Workers
Recession Led by Services Sector Is Particularly Painful for Latino Workers
Wall Street Journal

A dramatic drop in hotel stays, elective surgeries and dining out since the coronavirus outbreak in February is driving a recession that is unlike every other since the Great Depression. Prior downturns were largely led by lower spending on such…

richmond.com - Latest gubernatorial appointments
Latest gubernatorial appointments
Richmond Times-Dispatch

Gov. Ralph Northam has announced the following appointments: D.B. (Doug) Sinclair of Midlothian, president, Sinclair & Associates; and Andrew W. Smith of Beaverdam, associate director of governmental relations, Virginia Farm Bureau Federation…

theguardian.com - Caroline Davies - 'Kate's had a good lockdown': Duchess of Cambridge's stock rises
'Kate's had a good lockdown': Duchess of Cambridge's stock rises
The Guardian

Whether plunging her hands into compost for a hospice garden or virtual bingo-calling at a care home, we've seen a lot of the Duchess of Cambridge recently. The dramatic “Megxit” departure of the Duchess of Sussex, and a national…

cointelegraph.com - Andrew Singer - Biggest Corporations Sceptical of Introducing Crypto Payment Option
Biggest Corporations Sceptical of Introducing Crypto Payment Option
Cointelegraph

The news that PayPal, the payments giant with 325 million active user accounts worldwide, was considering the direct sale of crypto assets — along with custodial services — had the crypto community buzzing last week, even if the…

denverpost.com - Elizabeth Hernandez - From pandemic to recession, a 'cacophony of crises' threatens Colorado's higher education institutions
From pandemic to recession, a 'cacophony of crises' threatens Colorado's higher education institutions
The Denver Post

Adams State University in Alamosa, pictured on Wednesday, July 1, 2020, is one of several campuses facing a tough economic future in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Angie Paccione, fresh off a weekly call with university presidents across…

nation.com.pk - INP - 22-year-old civilian injured in unprovoked Indian firing: DG-ISPR
22-year-old civilian injured in unprovoked Indian firing: DG-ISPR
The Nation

A 22-year-old man was injured late Saturday night after Indian troops resorted to unprovoked firing along the Line of Control and targeted civilian settlements, the military's media wing said on Sunday. In its attacks, the Indian Army fired heavy…

venturebeat.com - David Jagneux, UploadVR - Microsoft's partnership with Facebook Gaming could mean future VR support for Xbox
Microsoft's partnership with Facebook Gaming could mean future VR support for Xbox
VentureBeat

Earlier this week Microsoft revealed it was shutting down the Mixer streaming platform and partnering with Facebook Gaming instead. Could this potentially mean big things for Xbox VR support finally via a relationship with Facebook-owned Oculus? In…

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