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Eight things you need to know today
1. Volkswagen chief executive Winterkorn to leave firm over emissions scandal
2. Corbyn's comms man Slocombe is interim, Labour says, but no news of permanent hire
3. Uber contacts ad agencies as it prepares to ramp up its UK marketing activity
4. P&G expands comms team as part of company transformation
5. Haringey Council rebrand ridiculed as childish
6. CIPR aims for £1m in fundraising push for PR industry benevolent fund
7. Zeo and PR agencies launch integrated Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign
8. In Brief: Hills Balfour to launch Evaneos; H+K promotes Walsh to healthcare MD; Rooster wins Irish drinks brand
Afternoon reads
Is playing by the book enough to save Volkswagen's reputation? Is playing by the book enough to save Volkswagen's reputation?
Volkswagen's reputation is in tatters after it apparently used technology to avoid compliance with US emission regulations. Laura O'Connell of Instinctif Partners suggests how the car maker can slowly repair the damage.
The key to handling conflicts of interest within financial services PR The key to handling conflicts of interest within financial services PR
In financial services, more than any other sector, information can be explosive, writes Damian Beeley of Haggie Partners
Five things you may have missed
1. Edelman buys London-based financial PR agency Smithfield as 'last piece in jigsaw'
2. YouTube hires Ogilvy PR for UK project
3. Charity calls Government's lobbying register 'entirely unfit for purpose'
4. Volkswagen: the 'people's car'?
5. Watch: Under Armour aims to score with 'Slay your next giant' football campaign

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