On the 25th June 2016, the day after the Brexit results were announced, we had 5.4 million page views- 32% more than the Lehmann crisis. And this week alone, 53 interviews with our FT journalists has reached 47 million people. This is testament to the impact of Brexit and how businesses are continuing to do some soul-searching to keep their entities alive; as well as the country and international economies who are looking to survive through uncertain and volatile times...read more »
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In June, the Financial Times will launch a new and improved ePaper, which is optimised for easy reading on mobile and tablet, including iOS (new), and which will support offline readingread more »
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The Financial Times won the award for digital innovation at last night’s Press Awards and FT correspondent Richard Milne was named business and finance journalist of the year. FT weekend magazine was highly commended in the Supplement of the Year category.read more »
The oil industry is being shaped by one of the most dramatic price movements of recent times that has changed the corporate landscape for oil companies, created a windfall of lower energy costs for oil consumers and has huge implications for the economies of oil exporters.read more »
The battle for the US presidency has shifted into a new gear as caucuses and primary elections are held state by state until June.
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