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Seven things you need to know today
1. Co-op, John Lewis, Sainsbury's, Ryanair, RBS: who is the most ethical of them all?
2. Fundraising chief apologises for causing "anxiety and distress" as charities pen letter to The Sunday Times
3. Havas Group merges London business of Havas PR into One Green Bean
4. Green and MacKenzie contest two-way election for CIPR presidency
5. Ogilvy PR triples size of executive committee
6. Hootsuite asks for place at the table for Burger King's McWhopper peace day stunt
7. In brief: Shine works for Citizen Watch, Brewers of Europe's senior hires, EIGHT launchs, Karol, FleishmanHillard, MHP
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The winners and losers of public trust The winners and losers of public trust
For PRWeek's corporate reputation edition, we commissioned a YouGov poll to see whether leading brands are saints or sinners in the eyes of the public. John Harrington looks at the findings.
#Deflategate ruling: PR pros celebrate Brady, blast Goodell #Deflategate ruling: PR pros celebrate Brady, blast Goodell
New England quarterback Tom Brady beat the "Deflategate" court case, but the NFL and commissioner Roger Goodell are facing criticism on social media.
Away last week? Here's five things you may have missed
1. Ex-Fleishman and Burson-Marsteller director Nigel Roberts dies of heart attack
2. Flack on Friday: 50 Shades of Comms, JK Rowling, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, PRCA, and a massive hammock
3. Watch: Samsung releases comic video with Jack Whitehall ahead of World Cup
4. The Independent's campaign and image of dead child 'rebalances' debate on refugees and migration
5. Pregnant woman's YouTube search for father of her child revealed as a PR stunt

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