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Ten things you need to know today
1. Huntsworth announces £48.8m writedown as pre-tax profits fall almost one third
2. RBS bank Williams & Glyn on hunt for consumer PR agency for 2016 launch
3. Four Communications snaps up Broadgate Mainland after £10m funding boost
4. Havas reports 'strong' first half as PR business holds its own
5. BuzzFeed strikes global branded content and ad deal with WPP
6. Up Communications to merge with Home Office PR as Stuart Jackson relinquishes CEO role
7. Cute animals and comms: London Zoo annual weigh-in breeds PR opportunity
8. Divine inspiration: Pope Francis' US visit - and PR message - can help rebuild Catholic Church, say comms pros
9. Revenue no guarantee of publicity in legal industry, research finds
10. In brief: Multitude promotes YouTube's Janoskians, Tess Mion to join Rain, Threepipe, CFA Marketing
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3. Kids Company founder Camila Batmanghelidjh turns to 6 Hillgrove to 'rescue reputation'
4. Met Office comms chief will emphasise non-BBC activities after contract loss
5. Amazon, EastEnders, Xbox, Google: brands jump on National Dog Day bandwagon

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