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Exposure makes redundancies following exit of UK MD, Fiat Chrysler looks to combine Jeep and Alfa Romeo under single agency, Lord Sewel claims 'shocking and unacceptable'

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UK Daily | July 27th 2015
Seven things you need to know today
1. Exposure makes redundancies following exit of UK managing director
2. Fiat Chrysler Group looks to combine Jeep and Alfa Romeo under single PR agency
3. Lords statement calls Lord Sewel claims 'shocking and unacceptable'
4. Pearson confirms Economist sale talks after £844m Financial Times deal
5. Noire appointed for six-month campaign to launch new Seat Ibiza and Leon
6. Sale or flotation reportedly sought for Cannes Lions owner Top Right Group
7. Publicasity promotes Paul McCaffrey to director and recruits account directors
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It's the world's fastest-growing digital language, and brands are beginning to build it into their marketing campaigns in their attempts to target Millennials, say Mark Middlemas, director of communications at RadiumOne, and Millennial marketing intern Aidan Lonergan.
Away last week? Here are five things you may have missed
1. PRWeek UK Awards 2015 shortlist unveiled
2. Government spending on comms halved and more cuts to come
3. FleishmanHillard and Fishburn office-sharing arrangement fuels merger rumours
4. ISIS 'banning' of beheading videos a 'not surprising' PR move
5. Fundraising firm GoGen ceases trading following damaging media investigation

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