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UK Daily | August 12th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. PR agency W opens first Asia outpost in Singapore
2. Business Wire: Security 'number one concern' after elaborate scheme targets wire services
3. Bic pens two apologies for sexist blunder when promoting National Women's Day
4. South African president in hot water over Cecil the Lion 'incident' remark
5. Stuart Buss leaves Gatwick to lead UK press office for budget airline Norwegian
6. You wouldn't do this at home: Council launches 'visceral' anti-litter campaign
7. Former Square Mile and Ludgate director David Simpson dies aged 65
8. Severn Trent hires Jonathan Smith from Alstom to head up media
9. Numbers game: How Google's Alphabet reorganization is a win for IR
10. Kew Green Hotels hires House PR for ibis launch
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Google's memo introducing Alphabet is a masterpiece in rebranding communication Google's memo introducing Alphabet is a masterpiece in rebranding communication
Google's transition towards the Alphabet parent company is a logical move and its announcement was superbly handled, but that's not the end of the rebrand road, writes The Partners and Lambie-Nairn CEO Jim Prior.
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Jackie Elliot, chairman at Cathcart Consulting, answers questions ranging from accepting connections on LinkedIn to dealing with embarrassing client related situations.
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2. Surname & Surname co-founder Kev O'Sullivan departs amid restructure
3. Ban EU 'propaganda' cartoons from schools, says UKIP deputy leader
4. Google creates Alphabet parent in search for transparency and independence
5. 'Dear refugees': Danes crowdfund response to anti-immigrant campaign

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