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 »
Our new website will become the default FT.com for all subscribers by 5th October.
For Syndication customers, please note that the Syndication Tool will not be available on the new website, however you will be able to continue using it by opting back to the old FT.com.read more »
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 »
Get the latest insight into what our republishing service means for our customers from a US perspective. Read on for a Q&A session with Daniel Garibay, the FT's Republication Account Manager for the Americas.read more »