Zuckerman seeks buyer for NY Daily News

Mogul’s advisers approach potential buyers for historic tabloid

Jihadi John named as London graduate

Isis killer is in his mid-20s and grew up in UK capital

Capital needs top new StanChart boss’s in-tray

Winters appointment garners praise from investors

US watchdog heeds Obama on net neutrality

Historic intervention could face legal challenges

A visitor to Mexico City's Bellas Artes Museum walks between two Andy Warhol "Dollar Sign" paintings August 24. The two paintings are part of the first ever Andy Warhol exhibition in Latin America. Warhol's art is back in fashion, according to museum director Agustin Arteaga, as similar retrospective exhibitions are being held this year in several cities around the world. ??» - RTXJ54A

Businessman arrested in art market probe

Yves Bouvier detained on suspicion of manipulating prices

Diving at Bouldner Cliff
©Roland Brookes/Maritime Trust

Evidence found of Stone Age wheat trade

Archeologists discover traces of primitive variety off Isle of Wight

Isis militants destroy artefacts in Iraq

Video released by group shows men smashing statues in a museum

Green auction sets stage for cheap power

UK awards subsidies of £315m a year to renewable power schemes

RBS targets full return to private sector

Lender steps up restructuring after seventh consecutive annual loss

UK net migration jumps 42%

Level is nearly three times Conservatives’ target

Regents Park
©iStock

Clampdown on canal boat dwellers

Boat licence push targets rising numbers of people living on the waterways

Comment and Analysis

Ingram Pinn illustration

Rays of sunlight amid Europe’s gloom

German wage agreements ought to help prevent deflation, writes Tony Barber

The Nasdaq logo is seen on the exterior of the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, in this April 2, 2013
©Brendan McDermid/Reuters

The legend of Silicon Valley’s unicorns

Tech companies are raising private money through financing rounds rather than IPOs

Pay secrets every banker lusts to learn

The thing about investment banking is that status is an invisible commodity, writes Simon Samuels

Best comments from our readers

"OPEC have indeed lost control of pricing because their market share has fallen below the critical level. It was the realisation that they could not affect the market that precipitated the greater part of last year's fall."
By Alan G on Opec has ceded to the US its power over oil price


"Senior managers are the problem. They should know the people who work for them, manage them, and be responsible for them."
By Contrarian on City of London ‘black book’ is called for to track ‘bad apple’ traders


Market-moving news and views, 24 hours a day

Sorry, Fast FT is unavailable at the moment

FOLLOW THE FT

SHARE THIS QUOTE