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How Warren Buffet responds to campaigners

Buffett’s latest annual letter contains useful insights for communications professionals. Over the weekend, Warren Buffett published his 51st annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders. As always, it was eagerly anticipated; perhaps more so for the business…

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Opinion

The Business of Brexit

How refreshing that the majority of FTSE 100 chiefs have refused to sign the letter organized by David Cameron’s office endorsing his EU deal and warning that a Brexit from the EU would put the ‘economy at risk.’ As Cameron had been hoping that more than 80 FTSE bosses would back his Remain campaign, he will have been disappointed that just over a third of them have done so. Those in favour of staying in are indeed big cheeses – the bosses of Marks & Spencer, Asda, Kingfisher and Vodafone for example -have signed up.

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ICG’S GRADUATES

ICG is a great place to start your career. Our internship and graduate scheme programmes offer an entry-level route to building a career in public affairs and corporate communications. We’re now hiring for the April Graduate Trainee scheme intake. We’re looking for exceptional communicators with strong political instincts who can work seamlessly alongside our clients and our consultants.

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Events

Great Presidents & Lousy Candidates

ICG were delighted to help Ladbrokes organise a debate on the US Election season last night (29 January). More than 40 leading political journalists and commentators descended on the Conrad St James hotel in Westminster to hear from former Foreign Secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind and Lord Wood of Anfield, formerly a special adviser to both Gordon Brown and Ed Miliband.

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ICG’s 2016 Political Preview

Even the most seasoned political pundits were left flummoxed by some 2015’s most significant political developments. From a surprise Conservative majority in May to a landslide win for the far-left in the Labour Leadership election, last year was full of surprises.

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News

Big pharma needs to start standing up for itself

In the past century global life expectancies have risen from 40 to 70 years. It is one of mankind’s greatest achievements and has been driven largely by advances in medical science. A whole host of illnesses and diseases, such as polio and measles, are now wiped out or under control.

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