The Financial Times, in partnership with the University of St.Gallen hosted a webinar series. Discussions covered a reflection on the state of business education, asking how to restart learning amidst the pandemic, and rethink how business schools should be preparing their students for the changing economy after coronavirus. Read on to find out.
We sat down with US pharma and biotech editor Hannah Kuchler to ask her how those within and around the industry can use the FT to gain market intelligence, and where professionals from other sectors can engage with the FT’s coverage to better understand the changing global landscape.
To provide analysis and effectively foster dialogue about critical world issues and why they matter, it’s vital for the Chicago Council on Global Affairs to have access to trustworthy sources of global insight. Read on to find out how the FT helps.
George Washington University and the FT have been partnered since 2012, and the FT has been a staple in students’ studies ever since. With the launch of our four videos with GWU, we reflect on this partnership.
Alongside our award-winning journalism, the FT also provides insight and analysis which are relied on by thousands of communications professionals to distribute accurate insights efficiently. Read more to find out.
To better understand what differentiates the Financial Times’ tech coverage from our competitors’, we spoke to West Coast Editor Richard Waters, who leads a team of writers focused on tech in Silicon Valley and beyond.
The FT's Andrew Jack sat down with the president of the University of Chicago, Robert Zimmer, and discussed how his approach to learning and education meshes with the values and morals he believes are vital for nurturing the next generation’s growth in business.