Relocating from the article page -- reference is a dead link and doesn't seem that important:
In 2001, B-M also developed a close working relationship with Leeds Metropolitan University, prompting protests from student groups. According to the Leeds Student Campaign "Burson-Marsteller will provide input into LMU's courses, share research, provide visiting lecturers and offer undergraduate and graduate training programmes. In the summer Harold Burson will be receiving an honourary degree from Leeds Metropolitan University, at a time when most students have gone home".
- -- Rebekah Wilce 18:05 12 Feb 2013 (CST)
Relocating from the article page -- reference is a dead link and article purportedly says "most probably":
Propaganda via Wikipedia entries
As described in the Swiss newspaper Wochenzeitung on December 21, 2006, the Bernese office of B-M most probably copied their clients websites (propaganda in favour of nuclear energy and genetic engineering in Switzerland) as (German language) Wikipedia entries. 
- -- Rebekah Wilce 17:51 12 Feb 2013 (CST)
Based on Internet domain name registration, it appears that a current client is the Coalition for Democracy in Iran.