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'Jazz, with its improvisation, soul and performative nature, has always drawn Arthur Elgort’s lens'
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Breaking News: US stocks have ticked lower following reports that US deputy attorney-general Rod Rosenstein resigned
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Financial Times 26m
Is there a 'new scramble for Africa' underway? China has been the lead investor on the continent for the past decade but now other countries are moving in — including Brazil, Russia and Turkey.
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Gideon Rachman: It is clear things went badly wrong in Salzburg, and the differences between the UK and the EU look starker than ever.
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Financial Times 1h
In Monday's Brexit Briefing, the EU rained on Theresa May's Chequers proposals, so where does she go from here?
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Financial Times 1h
The real legacy of Lehman Brothers is a global pensions mess. Now, the risk of social crisis, as people enter retirement without enough money, is rising.
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Financial Times 2h
Iran is now sending out ghost tankers — to sell oil to unidentified buyers. As US sanctions loom, Iranian oil is already acquiring pariah status
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Financial Times 2h
In Monday's FirstFT, as new tariffs take effect, could the trade war with China turn into a cold war?
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Financial Times 2h
There's a lack of female leaders in MBA case studies. And it matters. It influences what students expect to find when getting a job — argues former MBA student Lesley Symons.
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Financial Times 3h
An increase in oil prices — to above $80 a barrel — came after some big players decided not to increase production. It seems Donald Trump's demand to lower prices — in light of impending US sanctions on Iran's energy sector — fell on deaf ears.
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Financial Times 3h
Trade war casts shadow over tech manufacturers
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Financial Times 3h
Argentina’s crisis receding, says bullish Hasenstab
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Financial Times 3h
SiriusXM to buy Pandora in $3.5bn all stock deal
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Financial Times 3h
Martin Sandbu: Despite its good research, the UK’s Migration Advisory Committee felt obliged to reflect a public mood on migration distinctly unmoored from the evidence
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Financial Times 4h
The Oprah effect: Weight Watchers, the company that made a name for itself with a focus on slimming down, is now going to focus on 'wellness' instead
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Financial Times 4h
Rana Foroohar: Donald Trump's latest round of tariffs represents a true reset of economic and political relations between the US and China — and the beginning of something that looks more like a cold war than a trade war.
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Financial Times 4h
'It’s time to shift the balance of power in this country,' said Labour's finance minister John McDonnell at the opposition party's annual conference.
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Financial Times 4h
‘The NRA in my opinion is the burnt embers of the KKK’
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Financial Times 5h
At least seven tankers carrying Iranian oil are no longer broadcasting their position. Why? So they can sell to unidentified buyers — as impending US sanctions turns Iranian oil into a pariah product
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Financial Times 5h
'The finely woven and open-minded essays in Reaching for Utopia, profiling public figures from Arsène Wenger to Nigel Farage, have a dark stream trickling through them: of loss, chances missed and past success fading'
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