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Thomas Cook's senior comms hires, PRCA consults on name change, why the PR industry's approach to influencer marketing is all wrong

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UK Daily | May 31st 2016
Eight things you need to know today
1. Thomas Cook to make senior comms hires from Sky and rival TUI
2. Why the PR industry's approach to influencer marketing is all wrong
3. Taking client contact details to new job is a criminal offence, ICO warns
4. PRCA launches industry-wide consultation into changing its name
5. Linkedin: You've lost your place and your looks are fading too
6. Agony Uncle: Trevor Morris on CVs, management consultancies and late payment
7. Just "a little artistic exaggeration" or raw racism?
8. Russia specialist firm EM opens New York office
Away last week? Here are five things you may have missed
1. Bacardi Group hires Ogilvy PR for seven-figure Europe-wide brief
2. Superdrug puts consumer and trade PR account out to tender
3. Hotwire promotes Matt Cross to UK MD role
4. Gettin it wrong? Stronger In's #Votin campaign for the youth falls flat
5. Portland pushes into new disciplines with 10 advisory council hires

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