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Revenue up 5.4 per cent in WPP's PR and public affairs arm, Greg Rutherford's agent says the tweets will go on, Seb Coe defends Nike role

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UK Daily | August 26th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. Revenue grows 5.4 per cent in WPP's PR and public affairs arm but net sales margin dips
2. The tweets will go on, says Rutherford agent after world championships glory
3. Seb Coe spokeswoman defends Nike ambassador role following IAAF appointment
4. KBC picks up five-year PR and marketing account for Utah tourist office
5. The X Factor reveals social media twist to bring in viewers
6. Last chance to complete gender pay gap survey
7. Brighter Group lands 12-month Antigua and Barbuda tourism deal
8. H+K pushes Duracell's power and endurance messages in Rugby World Cup tie-up
9. 30 Under 30's Andy Silvester returns to Institute of Directors from TaxPayers' Alliance
10. In brief: Fila hires Three Halves, Udemy appoints CubanEight, Italy's SEC acquires Germany's Kohl, Aspectus, BRANDstand
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It was simply a matter of time before vlogger guidelines were introduced into the Cap Code, which is what happened last week. But what effect will it have, asks Mark Stringer, founder of Pretty Green?
Away last week? Here are five things you may have missed
1. Welcome to the world of competitive PR pitches
2. Brandjack opportunity for PRs terminated as #TubeStrike cancelled
3. 'If you want to make a fool of yourself, comment on the stock markets': PRs offer 'Black Monday' advice
4. Disneyland makes no comment on dark Dismaland parody - is that the right decision?
5. Notting Hill Carnival defends decision to charge press to cover event

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