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Ten things you need to know today
1. Google creates Alphabet parent in search for transparency and independence
2. 'Dear refugees': Danes crowdfund response to anti-immigrant campaign
3. Surname & Surname co-founder Kev O'Sullivan departs amid restructure
4. Dixons Carphone defends decision to wait three days before disclosing data breach
5. Foreign Secretary latest MP to stir controversy with 'marauding' migrant comment
6. Ban EU 'propaganda' cartoons from schools, says UKIP deputy leader
7. Volkswagen's Rory Lumsdon to manage Mercedes-Benz PR
8. Freshwater appoints MD Angharad Neagle to its board
9. Morgan Lovell and Overbury appoint Foundation PR for corporate PR strategy
10. HotelTonight brings in Dynamo PR for UK work
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PR pros slam those involved for mixed messaging, lacking compassion and failing to go back to basics
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4. Hilton hires FedEx veteran Bill Margaritis for global role
5. Innocent Drinks hires The Romans to launch coconut water drink in the UK

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