IE Business School is a leading graduate school based in Madrid, Spain and is internationally recognised for its prestigious educational programs including MBAs, Masters and PhDs. We spoke to the Academic Director of IE Business School’s Masters in Finance, Professor Ignacio de la Torre, about his role and how the Financial Times is being used as part of the school’s curricula.read more »
Buy your ticket today. Join Stefania Palma, Asia Editor at The Banker, David Wilder, China Principal of FT Confidential Research, and Martin Wolf, Financial Times Chief Economics Commentator, for drinks and discussion. Hear and ask questions about the global macroeconomic outlook and the key risks and opportunities likely to face China in 2017.read more »
After a tumultuous 2016, businesses and institutions are seeking answers in continued unpredictable environments across the globe. Here, you can get the latest and most popular articles from our award winning journalists, which gives insight into the year ahead. You and your team can expect accurate, trustworthy and reliable intelligence enabling you to make more informed and strategic business decisions.read more »
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump each need 270 electoral votes to win the presidency. Most states are leaning or solidly in favour of one candidate, but in some states the race is too close to call.
With less than 6 days until election day, you can easily keep track of the latest polls, forecasts and predictions with our dedicated US Election 2016 page and our interactive election poll tracker.read more »
In a unique experiment, we are asking our readers to join politicians, academics and FT commentators to brainstorm ideas and solutions for the future of Britain outside the EU. The project will focus on four big questions that face the UK in future Brexit negotiations. We will share many of your ideas, and publish the best. Authors of the winning pieces will be invited to discuss them at a live public event in January in London.read more »
On June 23 2016, British voters made an earth-shattering and historical decision. Brexit is a topic that will be 'incessantly' discussed over the next 5 years, which will impact business, policy, economics, global markets and individuals all around the world.
From trade to immigration to regulation and policy, there are a plethora of matters around Brexit that tend to spout more uncertainty than ever before. So it begs the question, what will happen and what are the consequences? Get some answers and watch this video today from a five-star panel on a 'Brexit Briefing' held at our republishing conference last month.read more »
Mobile is our subscribers' favourite way to access FT news and insight and mobile traffic now accounts for over half of all traffic to FT articles.
We're often asked why our app for Apple/iOS devices isn't available in the Apple app store. This is because we have a web app, which you can access straight from Safari or Chrome. Here's how you download it in 3 easy steps.read more »