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Waggener Edstrom

One of the top three independents in the US marketplace, Waggener Edstrom bounced back from a difficult 2009.

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Weber Shandwick

Weber Shandwick was one of the fastest-growing publicly-held PR agencies in 2010, with fees up by about 9 percent.

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Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide

Revenue growth at Ogilvy was around 7 percent, slightly above the average for multinational agencies, and the first few months of 2011.

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Porter Novelli

After a difficult 2009, Porter-Novelli took the opportunity to reinvigorate its operation in 2010, unveiling a new brand positioning

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Ruder Finn

Last year was a challenging one for Ruder Finn, which saw fee income decline slightly to close out 2010 with fees of just under $100 million.

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The Abernathy Macgregor Group

Corporate And Investor Communications With Crisis, Litigation, Media Relations And M&A Capabilities NEW YORK ? SAN FRANCISCO ? LOS ANGELES ? SEATTLE

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Access Communications

Consumer technology specialist SAN FRANCISCO ? NEW YORK

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Ackermann PR

Regional generalist KNOXVILLE ? DALLAS

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Affect Strategies

Technology and B2B NEW YORK

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Airfoil Public Relations

Technology specialist DETROIT ? SILICON VALLEY

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Marion Clarke @Marion Clarke

'Communications Is About Being Human' http://t.co/WB1JJT0NU7 via @HolmesReport

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Chel Wolverton @Chel Wolverton

So excited that our agency is working with T-Mobile who is also my cell provider. "T-Mobile Brings On SHIFT, et al" http://t.co/7KI75miACT

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Leslie Grant @Leslie Grant

T-Mobile Brings On @SHIFTcomm And Porter Novelli To Work Alongside WagEd http://t.co/zQwVqlgExD via @HolmesReport

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Rachael @Rachael

RT @apcoworldwide: Exciting news! RT @holmesreport: Brad Staples Succeeds Margery Kraus As APCO CEO http://t.co/sl20ihLIcf

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