Financial Times

The Europe Editor At The FT Has Just Accused Charlie Hebdo Of 'Muslim Baiting'

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale | Posted 08.01.2015 | UK

The Europe editor of the Financial Times has accused Charlie Hebdo, the French satirical newspaper attacked by extremists on Wednesday, of "Muslim bai...

The Demise of OPEC Is Not Imminent

Nehad Ismail | Posted 22.02.2015 | UK
Nehad Ismail

The recent huge drop in oil prices caused some commentators to predict the imminent collapse of OPEC. Some talked about the humbling of OPEC and others talked about the early demise of OPEC. The Financial Times warned on 10th December:

Our OUTstanding Business Leaders Prove the Power of Authenticity

Suki Sandhu | Posted 15.12.2014 | UK
Suki Sandhu

Welcoming the first ever 'out' CEO of a FTSE 100 company isn't the only major change since last year; our 'Top 100' is twice as long and includes three times as many transgender business leaders.

A Range of Voices in the Press Is Not Enough, We Need a Range of Pictures, Too

Clare Finney | Posted 29.09.2014 | UK
Clare Finney

Like many journalists, I revel in the cacophony of voices our papers present - but that is not enough. Humans see as well as listen. To ensure balance - of news, comment or of features - we need a range of photos too.

LOOK: The FT Was Fantastically British About D-Day

The Huffington Post UK | Asa Bennett | Posted 06.06.2014 | UK Politics

The world is gathering today to remember seventy years ago, when soldiers carried out the D-Day landings, an audacious incursion into Nazi-occupied Fr...

The Inequality Row: Has the Penny Dropped?

John Nickson | Posted 30.07.2014 | UK
John Nickson

Evidence of increasing inequality has been accumulating for 30 years. Taxes were reduced, the financial, property and IT sectors boomed and billionaires appeared. Since then, the number of billionaires based in Britain is reported to have increased tenfold to 104.

(VIDEO) Guardian CEO Andrew Miller: 'Journalism Is On The Rise Again'

Andy Plesser | Posted 31.05.2014 | UK
Andy Plesser

LONDON - The Guardian's publisher will post annual digital revenue up by a quarter to over £70 million ($116 million) for the year ending March, CEO ...

Women in Leadership: Is Perfectionism Holding You Back?

Neela Bettridge | Posted 27.01.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Neela Bettridge

A lot of women are perfectionists, and in some situations, it's a real plus. Perfectionists aim high and strive to give of their best. More often than not, they get whatever they are doing right. But at what cost?

Why the FT Chose Mobile First Over SEO for FastFT

Garrett Goodman | Posted 25.01.2014 | UK Tech
Garrett Goodman

Six months ago, The Financial Times launched fastFT, a new subscriber product that aimed to break market-moving financial and political stories as quickly as possible, 24 hours a day. I recently spoke with Rob Grimshaw and Megan Murphy,'s Managing Director and the Chief Correspondent of fastFT respectively, who shed some light on the innovations...

The World Bank Report About the Palestinian Economy Slams Israel, Israel Slams the Report

Nehad Ismail | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK
Nehad Ismail

In November 2008 according to Haaretz, The Likud Chairman Benjamin Netanyahu told the closing plenary of the United Jewish Communities General Assembl...

Down... To Margate

The Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale | Posted 04.10.2013 | UK Politics

In what promises to be one of the most interesting subplots of the 2015 general election, Nigel Farage is being touted to contest one of the seats in ...

Israelis and Palestinians Deserve to Live in Peace

Nehad Ismail | Posted 28.09.2013 | UK
Nehad Ismail

US Secretary of State John Kerry must be chuffed at his success in bringing Israelis and Palestinians to the negotiating table. It took six visits to the region and hours of arm twisting behind the scenes to restart the peace talks that broke down in 2008.

Love Alive in Art: The Artist's Ardor Springs from Nature

Ana Tzarev | Posted 26.09.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Ana Tzarev

In my younger days, I savored each drop of my education - every lesson was a shining gift to be unwrapped, and my mind was eager to take them in. I still recall with such clarity the day my class learned about Luther Burbank, a pioneer of agriculture and a true reveler in Nature's glory.

Corruption and India's Growth Aspirations

Preetam Kaushik | Posted 13.09.2013 | UK
Preetam Kaushik

From ancient times to its post-liberalization phase, many global commentators have tried to contain India within a description. Foreign visitors, from...

Have Our Best Days Gone?

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 05.06.2013 | UK

Young western Europeans are fearful for the future of their countries, believing their best days have already gone and that the economic future looks ...

Irish Times FUSION Startups Stir Up the Ad Industry

Dr Johnny Ryan | Posted 28.07.2013 | UK
Dr Johnny Ryan

Irish Times FUSION, a new experiment at Ireland's paper of record, is underway. 20 startups have been introduced into the 154 year old newspaper's b...

DATELINE LONDON: We Will Cover FT Media Summit This Week

Andy Plesser | Posted 24.06.2013 | UK Tech
Andy Plesser

LONDON - We delighted to be in town to cover the FT Digital Media Conference this week. Media luminaries to speak include Jeff Bewkes, CEO of Time Wa...

Rethinking Gamification for Quality News

Garrett Goodman | Posted 23.06.2013 | UK Tech
Garrett Goodman

If good game design aligns positive feedback with user objectives to create intrinsically rewarding experiences, then where has the gamification of news websites gone wrong? And, how can we rethink it, putting the user experience first?

Paywall Comes Down On Daily Telegraph

The Huffington Post UK | Jessica Elgot | Posted 26.03.2013 | UK

The Daily Telegraph is to launch a paywall, the third broadsheet after the Times and the Financial Times to charge for access, but the paper will allo...

Young People: the Inefficient Allocation of Human Resources

Brian John Spencer | Posted 24.05.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Brian John Spencer

Excuse the clumsy proverb, but the message is simple: whether the economy is up or down it's simply not enough for young people just to be exam-passing desk monkeys. Young people need to have real world smarts as well as book smarts.

Press Deal Branded A 'Horse Trader's Ball'

The Huffington Post UK/PA | Posted 19.03.2013 | UK

David Cameron was facing growing questions on Tuesday evening over whether his plans for a powerful new press regulator, backed by legislation, would ...

Financial TImes Expands Digital Staff, Readies New Functionality as Part of "Digital First"

Andy Plesser | Posted 30.05.2013 | UK
Andy Plesser

As as part of the Financial Times  recently announced "digital first," the London-based, global paper is expanding its digital staff, introdu...

Let's Champion Smart People Like Gillian Tett

Brian John Spencer | Posted 02.03.2013 | UK
Brian John Spencer

Yes but there's more to the Twitter Tett love: her admirers are drawn to her for her substance. They're drawn to her for her astute analysis of current affairs, for her raw clarity and for her fluency of ideas and concepts. Above all, they love her for her brilliant mind - for her smarts!

Pension Age To Be Linked To Rising Life Expectancy

Financial Times | Posted 23.02.2013 | UK Politics

Britons will have to wait longer to receive a state pension under a government plan that will see future increases in pension age linked to fast-risin...

FT's Paywall and the Twin Revolutions

Garrett Goodman | Posted 21.01.2013 | UK Tech
Garrett Goodman

The Financial Times made media headlines in June 2011, when the business paper launched an HTML5 app and began selling subscriptions to readers directly via mobile web, opting to avoid the hefty 30% cut Apple requires for doing business inside its virtual gated community.