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Cannes PR Lions winners unveiled, Cohn & Wolfe duo win Young Lions gold, Global Power Book: Apple most admired brand among PR leaders

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UK Daily | June 24th 2015
Nine things you need to know today
1. MSLGroup crowned at Cannes for Always #LikeAGirl campaign
2. Global Power Book: Apple most admired brand among PR leaders
3. 'Vegetable Zoo' leads to Young Lions gold for Cohn & Wolfe Sweden duo
4. Greene King hires Tesco's Greg Sage as comms director amid £774m Spirit Pub Company acquisition
5. David Bailey leaves Airfoil for Hotwire to lead West Coast office
6. Pharrell Williams: Intention is everything in the internet age
7. Paul Archer joins 90TEN from Virgo Health
8. Polish music festival Open'er hires Shine for UK PR brief
9. Wolfstar hires Good Relations' Marie Lees as director
Afternoon insight
Cannes Day Two: Video highlights Cannes Day Two: Video highlights
Andrew Galak from Campaign US talks to Steve Barrett, editor-in-chief of PRWeek US, and Rachel Barnes, editor of Marketing magazine, about their second day at Cannes Lions 2015.
Video: Weber Shandwick CEO Andy Polansky - 'PR will make its mark at Cannes' Video: Weber Shandwick CEO Andy Polansky - 'PR will make its mark at Cannes'
PRWeek US editor-in-chief Steve Barrett talks to Weber Shandwick global CEO Andy Polansky about what the Cannes Lions means to him, how PR has been "elevated" in recent times, and what he's looking forward to seeing at the festival.
Creativity in healthcare? It's in the Cannes Creativity in healthcare? It's in the Cannes
Last year was the inaugural Lions Health festival of creativity in healthcare. The very fact that it even happened is a surprising success in itself yet our creative confidence, as an industry, felt shaky.
Five things you may have missed
1. Global Power Book: PR chiefs seek Twitter for breaking news, but traditional media 'more influential'
2. Edelman to innovative brands: Focus on peer-to-peer comms
3. WPP, Daily Mail and SnapChat launch digital content agency Truffle Pig
4. Hope&Glory hand-picked to B&Q it
5. 'Brands shouldn't act as a buddy on social media' says Snapchat's Evan Spiegel

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