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Edelman acquires, Power Book chooses top communicator, My Biggest Gaffe, Hawaiian PR, Flack on Friday

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UK Daily | December 4th 2015
10 things you need to know today
1. Edelman acquires Germany's ergo Kommunikation
2. Power Book UK 2016: Top 10 sport and entertainment PR pros
3. Who pipped Taylor Swift and Sir Martin Sorrell to be ranked best communicator by the Power Book entrants?
4. Hawaii Tourism Authority hires Hills Balfour for EU brief
5. Eight out of ten people only read the headline
6. Flack on Friday: Power Book, Nick Clegg, Edelman, Sue Perkins, Leonardo DiCaprio, John Lewis
7. My Biggest Gaffe: Relying on my autocorrect gave me 'incontinence' and 'willies'
8. Volkswagen Group head of brand communications Thul exits amid emissions crisis
9. Government Communication Service wants to meet 'more diverse' agencies ahead of 2016 tenders
10. Agony Uncle: Is the Today programme worth it? And how do I define a disaster?
Five things you may have missed
1. Top five PR campaigns of 2015 ranked by UK Power Book entrants
2. Power Book UK 2016: Top 10 consumer and brand PR pros
3. Publicis Groupe restructures into four solutions hubs
4. The difficult balancing act of comms director and CEO
5. PR's 'obsession' with youth leaves older professionals feeling inferior

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