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Corbyn still has comms work to do despite new hires, Edelman parent company vice chair departs, PRs on Evening Standard 'most influential' list

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Nine things you need to know today
1. Corbyn still has comms work to do despite PR and policy hires, say public affairs pros
2. Edelman, Pagefield and Finsbury execs plus Royal PRs make list of 1,000 most influential Londoners
3. DJE Holdings' vice chairman VanderMolen departs
4. Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says he's learning to tell the brand story
5. Watch: Beats CMO lauds Rugby World Cup campaign as company's "best work"
6. Johnnie Walker appoints Smarts Communicate for global marketing campaign
7. Finsbury: CEOs understand the value of PR, but not how to apply it
8. Watch: Clifford French asks 'who's got the balls?' in Ladbrokes Rugby World Cup campaign
9. In brief: Tin Man to launch Takumi, Affinity Water takes on Bell Pottinger, Lyle & Scott appoints Dust, Forster, Coffin on Cake
Afternoon reads
Should alcohol, fast food and sugar brands be allowed to sponsor the Rugby World Cup? Should alcohol, fast food and sugar brands be allowed to sponsor the Rugby World Cup?
The Rugby World Cup has come home. But it comes at a time when sports sponsorship is under increasing scrutiny, from health lobbying groups in particular, writes Mary Harding of Tangerine.
Capital MSL & CNC merger: A framework for a happy marriage? Capital MSL & CNC merger: A framework for a happy marriage?
Publicis merged financial agencies Capital MSL and CNC together earlier this year to create a new entity within the group. As the prospect of agency mergers increases, John Harrington gleans the lessons learned from the merger by CNC's managing partners.
Flack on Friday: Jeremy Corbyn, Ashley Madison, The Daily Mail, APCO Flack on Friday: Jeremy Corbyn, Ashley Madison, The Daily Mail, APCO
In Flack this week: creative dating advice from 'Ashley Madison Avenue', PRs see the funny side of Jeremy Corbyn's triumph, a frosty reception for the Daily Mail, and APCO show it has balls.
Creative inspiration: Gerry Hopkinson, co-founder, Unity Creative inspiration: Gerry Hopkinson, co-founder, Unity
Rugby World Cup: The marcoms lowdown on the Group B contenders Rugby World Cup: The marcoms lowdown on the Group B contenders
With the Rugby World Cup 2015 kicking off on Friday, we take a look at some of the social media, sponsorship and potential storylines surrounding Group B: South Africa, Samoa, Scotland, Japan and US.
Five things you may have missed
1. Ogilvy promotes Michael Frohlich to CEO for EMEA
2. Rugby World Cup: The marcoms lowdown on the Group C contenders
3. PRs mostly like Facebook's new 'dislike' button but still waiting for details
4. Shell VP talks Greenpeace, reputation, Arctic drilling and renewable energy
5. Croydon responds to negative press by scathing French sports journalists

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