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'Sweaty-gate': PRCA investigates and PRs give their view on Fuel PR affair, new CEO at MSLGroup, DWP admits using fake case studies

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UK Daily | August 19th 2015
Eight things you need to know today
1. FleishmanHillard's Guillaume Herbette named next MSLGroup CEO
2. PRCA to investigate Fuel PR over 'Sweaty-gate' incident
3. DWP admits to using fake case studies to communicate impact of welfare changes
4. New comms chiefs appointed at Cabinet Office and Department for Education
5. Former Grayling CEO Pete Pedersen joins Sonos as global PR head
6. DDA PR makes appointments to board and promotes Aimée Anderson to MD
7. The Economist seeks to highlight editorial independence with ad campaign
8. Maitland partner George Trefgarne quits to set up financial comms firm
Afternoon reads
'Sweaty-gate': Calling time on PR bullshit 'Sweaty-gate': Calling time on PR bullshit
The row over the Press Association having to pull a story after the case study was found to be a PR firm's employee is anything but a storm in a teacup, argues CIPR president-elect Rob Brown.
'Sweaty-gate' is a storm in a teacup. Nobody outside PR land cares 'Sweaty-gate' is a storm in a teacup. Nobody outside PR land cares
The Press Association was forced to pull a 'real life' story after the case study turned out to be the employee of a PR firm but this is all a storm in a teacup, writes Andy Barr, co-owner of 10 Yetis.
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3. Chime sale expected in Q4 as first-half profits fall against 'tough' World Cup comparatives
4. McDonald's UK corporate affairs chief Nick Hindle steps down
5. Government increased comms spend by 20 per cent in pre-election year

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