Trends within the Hispanic market (via Spong PR) (Click to enlarge the infographic.)

Trends within the Hispanic market (via Spong PR)

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HBO has announced that beginning in 2015, it will offer what many have long wanted: access to HBO without having cable.
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Jay Leno is returning to TV with a show about cars. Tentatively titled “Jay Leno’s Garage,” the show will premiere on CNBC next year.

Jay Leno is returning to TV with a show about cars. Tentatively titled “Jay Leno’s Garage,” the show will premiere on CNBC next year.


First lady Michelle Obama was asked by a presidential impersonator during a Tuesday Twitter Q&A, “On average, how many calories do you burn every time you turn up?” Her response, posted on Vine, quickly became a social media sensation: #TurnipForWhat.

A list published last week of 100 out and proud heroes of the business world included two former PRWeek Power List honorees: Joseph Evangelisti, CCO of JPMorgan Chase, and Sally Susman, EVP, corporate affairs at Pfizer. Airbnb CMO Jonathan Mildenhall also made the list, which was compiled by LGBT business network OUTstanding and published in a supplement in The Financial Times. Those who made the list were nominated by colleagues and peers and recognized according to their support for LGBT equality in and out of their workplace. Click here to read more.

"Recognize excellence. Celebrate weirdness, and innovation. Oddballs should be cherished, if they can do something other people can’t do."

Anthony Bourdain’s advice for how to motivate people (via Men’s Journal)

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and his wife donate $25 million to CDC Foundation to help fight Ebola

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and his wife donate $25 million to CDC Foundation to help fight Ebola

Billy Eichner and other comedians have accused Burger King of stealing Eichner’s act in its latest commercial. Eichner is known for his “Billy on the Street” bit, in which he stops people on the street to ask a question and screams at them. The fast-food chain hired an actor to do something similar in a spot promoting chicken nuggets.

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An ALS Association board member explains why the Ice Bucket Challenge took off.