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UK Daily | September 15th 2015
Ten things you need to know today
1. What will PR look like in 2030? Take our poll - and win PRWeek Awards VIP tickets
2. Chime Communications shareholders approve WPP/Providence acquisition
3. PRCA pledges action on gender pay gap after survey calls for voluntary reporting
4. EA Games appoints Havas SE Cake as retained PR agency
5. 'Don't measure social media impact? What's wrong with you?' - PRCA panel hears digital dilemmas
6. Watch: Amnesty International launches spoof video to campaign against London Arms Fair
7. 4Media buys majority stake in video content agency BroadView
8. PRCA Digital PR Report 2015: Key findings
9. Aldi spells out 'poo' on label of extra virgin olive oil
10. In brief: MSLGroup appoints CEO for CEE, Beattie hires new fashion director, Seven Hills takes on Nutt, Alpaca launches
Afternoon reads
Gender pay gap: Will autumn 2015 be the tipping point for action? Gender pay gap: Will autumn 2015 be the tipping point for action?
A groundswell of support for voluntary reporting of gender pay discrepancies by agencies of all sizes together with a pledge by industry leaders to tackle the issue head on has emerged from the results of new research and certain practices - which see women paid up to £10,000 less than men - could be about to go the way of the dinosaur where, few would disagree, they belong.
Rugby World Cup: The marcoms lowdown on the Group A contenders Rugby World Cup: The marcoms lowdown on the Group A contenders
The Rugby World Cup 2015 kicks off on Friday. We look at the social media, sponsorship and potential storylines surrounding each of the teams, starting with Group A: Australia, England, Wales, Fiji and Uruguay.
Five things you may have missed
1. So what does a Corbyn leadership mean for you?
2. Fishburn retains integrated comms brief across G4S divisions
3. Former Sun editor Dominic Mohan enters PR as new CEO of The Outside Organisation
4. Adidas launches #ForceOfBlack as New Zealand rugby team lands in London
5. Diamond producer Lucara hires Portland for Europe-wide comms brief

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