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UK Daily | July 8th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. Ex-Toyota comms chief Julie Hamp released from jail without charge
2. FA boss Martin Glenn: 'Sexist' World Cup tweet was a mistake
3. #WalkTogether campaign to mark 7/7 bombings becomes top trend on Twitter
4. Mixed response to HSBC's sackings after mock ISIS-style execution video
5. Cohn & Wolfe hires Weber Shandwick's Kate Joynes-Burgess to head digital in UK and EMEA
6. Lack of strategy and skills shortage 'to have greatest impact on internal comms'
7. CNBC hires Freuds' Lee Thompson to head EMEA comms
8. Young Enterprise appoints Hotwire for PR brief after five-way pitch
9. Freuds hires BBC news producer Samuel Smith to boost corporate practice
10. Subway responds to Fogle raid: We're 'monitoring the situation closely'
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From athletics and cycling to football: Does more money in sport mean more problems? From athletics and cycling to football: Does more money in sport mean more problems?
As certain sports' profiles have risen, brands have thrown money at them to bask in the reflected glory. But bad behaviour has snowballed. Alex Benady looks at the links between a burgeoning global sports market and foul play in the industry.
Have companies lost their legal right to defend their reputations? Have companies lost their legal right to defend their reputations?
Without much fanfare, a new Defamation Act last year introduced what could be a significant obstacle for any business wishing to rely on its legal rights to defend and protect its reputation.
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3. Plusnet replaces Kazoo with Kaper
4. New West End Company appoints Bell Pottinger on retained basis
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