Public relations firm resigns from Calif. high-speed rail project
(Source: Los Angeles Times, June 30, 2011)
LOS ANGELES — Amid questions about its performance and billings, a public relations firm that won a $9 million contract to promote California's high-speed rail project has resigned. According to the Los Angeles Times, the firm stated that it had not developed a good working relationship with the California High-Speed Rail Authority.
Full story: Los Angeles Times
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