Bernays


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Ber·nays

(bār-nāz'),
Augustus C., U.S. surgeon, 1854-1907. See: Bernays sponge.
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What first drew me to Bernays was one of his more quoted lines: "Public relations today is horrible.
Philip Bernays, Newcastle Theatre Royal chief executive, said: "We are excited to be in the running for this competition once again.
From Edward Bernays Torches of Freedom to Mary Barra (CEO of General Motors), empowered women have come a long way.
Philip Bernays, chief executive of Newcastle Theatre Royal Trust, apologised and said bosses are putting a plan together for a full refurbishment of the venue.
Excited about welcoming the show to Newcastle, Philip Bernays, chief executive of the Theatre Royal said: "We are delighted to be staging An Officer and a Gentleman when it embarks upon its first ever tour.
The inspiration for the Museum is another great historical figureaindustry pioneerA Edward Bernays, widely recognized as the afather of public relations.a In 1919, Bernays opened one of the first offices as Public Relations Counselor in New York, and later taught the first PR course at New York University in 1923, and publishing the first groundbreaking book on PR,A Crystallizing Public Relations, that same year.
Edward Bernays, the father of modern public relations, examined it in 1928, in his book Propaganda.
Love in Vienna: The Sigmund Freud-Minna Bernays Affair
HIS was described as 'one of the most dynamic shows at the Fringe' and now Tristan Bernays is in Yorkshire with his spoken-word epic The Bread + The Beer.
Bernays, the smooth, cerebral PR pioneer honored at the museum, would be turning over in his grave if compelled to witness present practitioners.