Big business fears SNP-Labour coalition

FTSE 100 directors point to ‘anti-business’ attitudes

Yellen says rates to rise at gradual pace

Fed chair outlines detailed arguments for cautious approach

Yemen strikes test rising Saudi prince

Mohammed bin Salman emerges as face of muscular foreign policy

Tax havens told to opt for owner register

MInisters ask BVI and Caymans to introduce central registers soon

©Dmitry Bruskov/Dreamstime

Greece to pay pensions . . . for this month

No assurances about €450m payment to IMF due on April 9

Kraft Heinz will have to pass taste test

New group must face up to a revolution in consumer preferences

Miliband launches campaign with NHS vow

Leader buoyed by confident showing in televised election event

Talks on Iran nuclear deal edge closer

Delegates adamant that resolution with Tehran will be substantial

Picture by Jon Super for The Financial Times newspaper. Pic for article by Andy Bounds. Picture shows Professor Colin Bailey with a Graphene light bulb at the National Graphene Institute in Manchester , England, Thursday March 26, 2015. (Photo/Jon Super 07974 356-333)
©Jon Super

Lightbulb moment as graphene goes live

Coating of material on light filament cuts energy use by 10%

©Hannah Dormido

Vietnamese mobilise to save Hanoi’s trees

Some see protests as symbolising deeper frustrations

London, UK - May 23, 2014: A Foxtons estate agent sign advertising a house for sale in West Hampstead, within the London Borough of Camden. A Foxtons for sale sign in West Hampstead, London.
©iStock

London property price rises slow down

Average Q1 growth in UK capital at 1% amid mansion tax fears

Comment and Analysis

Highs and lows of departing Commons

Debacle over Speaker was a poor finish for a successful parliament

Destiny the video game by Activision

Video gaming has come of age

National Videogame Arcade is recognition of the creativity of games, writes Helen Lewis

QE not to blame for all our economic ills

The argument that printing money is making us all poorer has two errors, says John McDermott

Best comments from our readers

There are still quite a few secretaries. However, they are not always called so because the businesess do not like to spend money on secretaries. Some of the titles used today are Project Co-ordinators, PMO, even Business Analyst. "
By AM on The case of the vanishing secretary


"Get the pilots out of the planes. Pilotless planes will be a lot easier to manage than driverless cars. They operate in a tightly controlled space occupied only by other aircraft. Most plane crashes lately seem to be down to the human element."
By HDA on Germanwings co-pilot concealed illness, say investigators


Market-moving news and views, 24 hours a day

Sorry, Fast FT is unavailable at the moment

FOLLOW THE FT

SHARE THIS QUOTE