Virgin Media

April 2009
PRWeek (London);4/17/2009, p6
Trade Publication
This article reports on the furor raised by broadband and television group Virgin Media among unions regarding its plan to pay big bonuses to big executives months after cutting 2,200 jobs. The Communication Workers Union (CWU) urged Virgin Media executives to forgo their bonuses. Particular focus is given to the media scrutiny surrounding the Virgin plan. Tavistock Communications is responsible for Virgin Media's financial public relations (PR) since mid-2008.


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