‘Continental Shift’ by Bloom and Poplak

Sprawling insight and stories behind Africa and its state of flux

Review — ‘Bloodsport’ by Robert Teitelman

Dealmaking history, anecdotes and insights on M&A trickery

Business Education

A reader’s guide to a turbulent decade – with the financial crisis at its centre

FT contest helps land publishing deals

Bracken Bower Prize opens for new entries aiming to follow suit

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Review — ‘Disrupted’, by Dan Lyons

Satire pierces the quirks of the tech start-up bubble

Feedback: Business books worth a reread

FT readers offer their thoughts on the titles we should revisit

‘Good for the Money’, by Bob Benmosche

Fascinating memoir of how late CEO put stricken AIG back on track

The 'Rise of the Robots' won in 2015: will it still be relevant in 50 years like ‘Parkinson’s Law’?

Business books worthy of another read

As FT launches 2016 award, columnists pick titles to revisit

The judges 2016

Lionel Barber, FT editor, chairs our panel of experts

Book award FAQ

We answer the most frequently asked questions about the 2016 prize

Review: ‘The Sleep Revolution’

A testament to sleep that is spoilt by scaremongering