Tag Archives: Bell Pottinger

Scandal-hit Bell Pottinger faces final reckoning

Bell Pottinger, the big london PR firm torpedoed by its leading role in the Gupta/Oakbay Capital scandal in South Africa, will go out of business next week unless a last minute buyer is found. Its successful Asian business says it ...

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Bell Pottinger scandal shines harsh light on new-style PR

PR firm Bell Pottinger, found guilty by all parties, including the investigation it commissioned from a law firm, of engaging in unethical practices for the Gupta brothers in South Africa, has been drummed out of the Public Relations Consultants Association ...

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Bell Pottinger scandal worsens as lawyers join in

Bell Pottinger CEO James Henderson (left) has resigned in the wake of the Gupta scandal – the UK PR firm has been accused on fomenting a fake news scandal to bolster the fortunes of the Indian Gupta family in South ...

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War breaks out at Bell Pottinger over Gupta campaign

Britain’s biggest PR firm, Bell Pottinger, 25 per cent owned by Chime Communications in which WPP is a substantial shareholder, is embroiled in a life-threatening row over its work for the controversial South African Gupta brothers who have prospered mightily ...

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Bell Pottinger spin drama isn’t resolved yet

Tim Bell’s getaway plane has received permission to take off from the control tower and is now taxiing down the runaway. But will it actually manage lift off, or be bought back to earth with a pancake landing? Sadly, we’ll ...

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