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UK Daily | May 29th 2015
Eight things you need to know today
1. Centrica public affairs director Sarah Richardson leaves after less than a year
2. Chambord reappoints Eulogy for UK PR following pitch
3. From Raheem Sterling to Tiger Woods: PR strategies used to counter sporting controversies
4. Timeline: FIFA in crisis
5. Sermo full-year fee income grows 12 per cent
6. Citypress hires Mirror.co.uk's Mark Spence to head content marketing
7. Boxers Anthony Crolla and Callum Smith hit up Tangerine for PR brief
8. Four Colman Getty renews partnership with charity English PEN
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Figures released this week in a salary survey have revealed that financial PRs are among the best-paid professionals in the industry, although corporate PRs are catching up fast, with in-house and consumer PRs bringing up the rear.
Keep the pressure on FIFA, marketing experts tell sponsor brands Keep the pressure on FIFA, marketing experts tell sponsor brands
The public is looking at how FIFA's global sponsors will behave in the wake of grave corruption charges against the group's officials.
Don't fear measurement; embrace it Don't fear measurement; embrace it
A lot of people in PR approach measurement and evaluation with dread.
Mental wealth: Don't lose sight of the bigger picture Mental wealth: Don't lose sight of the bigger picture
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4. FIFA handles crisis comms in-house as executives stray offside
5. Hunter PR goes international with London office launch

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