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ECS 2011: Shell comms chief on handling the company's Wikileaks fallout

Shell external communications EVP Herbert Heitmann discusses the company's Wikileaks fallout, following leaked cables in late 2010 that focused on the oil giant's controversial relationship with the Nigerian government. Speaking to the Holmes Report at the European Communications Summit in Brussels, Heitmann also offers advice for communicators on the rise of Wikileaks.

Arianna Huffington: 'Business can be a force for good'

Arianna Huffington believes that business must be a force for good if it hopes to improve public tr......

 

Novo Nordisk's Ambre Brown Morley on the importance of taking risks

Ambre Brown Morley, director of Product Communications at Novo Nordisk, discusses how a pharmaceuti......

 

Herbert Heitmann on how social media impacts financial comms

Herbert Heitmann, head of communications and government relations at Bayer AG, discusses the challe......

 

Highlights: Global PR Summit & SABRE Awards 2013

Video recap of the highlights from the Global PR Summit and SABRE Awards, which took place 11-14 No......

 

PRSummit: Sir Martin Sorrell highlights

Highlights from WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell's Global PR Summit session: Challenges facing the PR ind......

 

Douglas Rushkoff on how technology is reshaping realtime comms

Speaking at the PRSummit, Present Shock author Douglas Rushkoff discusses how technology is reshapi......

 

Randi Zuckerberg on businesswomen in Silicon Valley

Speaking at the Holmes Report's Global PR Summit 2013 in Miami, Randi Zuckerberg discusses the soci......

 

Rob Flaherty reflects on Ketchum's 90th anniversary

Ketchum CEO Rob Flaherty reflects on the firm's 90th anniversary and discusses the challenges ahead......

 

Geoff Beattie on Apple's transparency record

Cohn & Wolfe global corporate affairs head Geoff Beattie discusses Apple's transparency record and ......

 

Dave Senay on hiring from ad agencies

FleishmanHillard CEO Dave Senay tells the Holmes Report why his PR firm is actively hiring "disench......

 

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