Thura Soe Paing, Managing Director of All Myanmar Investment Partners, stands in the office of his tech venture Frontier Technology Partners
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A white-knuckle ride in Myanmar

The Asian economy offers a test of resilience and nerve

Business Education

Ferguson illustration
Business schools are adapting their curricula
– Sarah Murray
Bryce Vickmark for FT 4/15/14 - Nael Haddad, MBA Candidate 2015, at the MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, MA, USA. ©Bryce Vickmark
MIT Sloan students have been given a fresh perspective on Israel
– Matthew Kalman
Heavyweight schools retain their hold at the top

Poor service from hideaway companies

There are too many organisations that want our business but don’t want to hear from us

A risk-free childhood is a bad start

Fathers can endow their children with far more valuable assets than trust funds

Lagos, Nigeria

Self-taught youngsters set up on their own

Turning students into IT support staff

Student@Home turned a problem into a solution

Asda store at Pudsey, near Leeds, West Yorkshire
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Walmart’s English experiment

The vast US retailer is learning from a UK ‘click and collect’ trial

PowerPoint users: don’t blame the tool

Death-by-slide most often arises when presenters make no attempt to tell a story, says Lisa Pollack

A stretch to treat back pain

A simple manoeuvre to ease the classic office worker’s ache

MeroToro

MeroToro, Mexico City

An elegant choice for a leisurely lunch in the relaxed and bohemian Condesa district

Vimal Shah, CEO of Bidco, is pictured overlooking Bidco factory buildings at the company's headquarters in Thika, Kenya, on March 18, 2014.
©Phil Moore

Vimal Shah, chief executive of Bidco

The Kenyan consumer goods tycoon with ambitious aims

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