Social media man reflects on loose tweet, Burger King boss slams UK food and women and Blackpool FC manager Ian Holloway gives the resort a typically idiosyncratic sales push.
"This is a bad day for the regions. This loss of a major account is serious, but so too is the message it sends out to other clients and marketing directors. They will be wondering if regional agencies can handle accounts of this size."
A media sales director expresses his disappointment after DFS moves its £90m media buying account out of Brilliant Media in Leeds and into London-based Mediacom.
"The food is terrible and the women are not very attractive."
Burger King chief executive Bernardo Hees gives the fast food firm's UK PR team a headache after taking aim at the country's cuisine and womenfolk.
"Losing BBC local radio would be a disaster... I will be seeking an urgent meeting with the BBC to discuss the range of options under consideration.”
Shadow culture secretary Ivan Lewis challenges the BBC over rumours that it will axe regional radio services.
"I find it ironic that Detroit is known as the #motorcity and yet no one here knows how to f*cking drive."
Scott Bartosiewicz loses his job at New Media Strategy, the social media agency that represented Chrysler, after sending this unwise Tweet from the official Chrysler Twitter account.
"I poured all my heart and soul into that. It's unfortunate it's all being overshadowed by 140 characters."
Bartosiewicz laments his loose tweet, which cost his former agency the Chrysler account.
"Bob Greaves was one of the region's on-screen greats. He made live broadcasting look effortless and had a tremendous range - able to tackle the big story with authority and the quirky item with warmth. He brought great humanity to local news and we were lucky to have him at the heart of our regional broadcasting for so many years."
BBC North director Peter Salmon pays fitting tribute to former Granada colleague Bob Greaves, the much-loved North West TV presenter who died aged 76 on Monday.
"If we wish to increase public confidence in the justice system, transparency and engagement, there is undoubtedly something to be said for televising some hearings, provided that there were proper safeguards to ensure that this increased access did not undermine the proper administration of justice."
Civil judge Lord Neuberger calls for some UK court cases to be televised, as they are in the US.
"What amused me so much were the comments that came in afterwards that I read on Twitter and Facebook. One of them said: 'If the prince ever gets tired of princing, he would be a fabulous narrator. What a soothing voice.' Another one said: 'One of my favourites since I was a child. Thanks for sharing this'."
Prince Charles admits checking social media to find out what people have been saying about his reading of the King James Bible.
“The resort is packed with smashing hotels, restaurants, clubs and theatres, plus there are things like Blackpool Tower and the Pleasure Beach that you just can’t find anywhere else in the country. The people are great, the beer’s not bad and we’ve even got a beach. What more do you want if you’re organising a conference?"
Blackpool FC manager Ian Holloway is enlisted to promote the seaside town's virtues for conferences and meetings - which he proceeds to do in his own inimitable style.