Business Insider and Mashable raise funds

NEW YORK, NY - MAY 22: Henry Blodget attends TechCrunch Disrupt NYC 2012 at Pier 94 on May 22, 2012 in New York City. (Photo by Paul Zimmerman/Getty Images for TechCrunch/AOL)

Financing by Axel Springer and others show pull of start-ups

Josh Healy in the yard at North Aston Farm in Oxfordshire. The dairy makes enough for two full-time employees and to make investments and pay off debts, he says
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The happy dairy farmer

North Aston Farm has about 20 Ayrshire cows that produce milk sold directly to local customers

Tech changes bring finance to the masses

FT series examines the impact of new banking competition

Cyber security incubator launches in London

Backers hope to build on UK government’s focus on sector

A valedictory column after eight years

There has been relentless upheaval in almost all industries in my time writing for the FT

Massimiliano Attolini (L) and his brother Giuseppe Attolini at Cesare Attolini's headquarters in Naples, July 21, 2014. Photographer: Alessia Pierdomenico
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Tailors from Naples are back in style

Neapolitan suitmakers show the challenges of beauty amid decay


Gluru, a digital PA with big aspirations

The UK start-up serves up the right files at right time

Beautiful Amsterdam...Amsterdam centre street view
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Amsterdam: modern-day refuge for the start-up crowd

Open-minded and a can-do approach: tech start-ups drawn here include Uber

Who pays for ‘Bogof’ error?

Should retailer honour online orders?

Be wary with Ashley’s investments tips

Trailing in this particular trading wake could prove costly