Warren Buffett’s tax savvy approach

Investor proves to be a master of deferring payments

Reaching for the sky

Landmarks in office architecture

FT Archive: Ferguson on the edge

Streets of Missouri town tense after days of violent protests last year

Syria: How the rebellion splintered

Key events in the country’s four-year uprising

Battle to protect Germany and Poland’s skies

Defence giants line up missile defence systems contracts

Mourners gather for Nemtsov funeral

Thousands pay their respects to slain opposition leader

Fridman’s North Sea oil deal

Political element enters LetterOne acquisition of RWE Dea

Silentnight's deliver trucks ready to distribute matresses.
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Innovation refreshes Silentnight

Britain’s biggest bedmaker bounces back

The Big Read: Bankers kept out of the bull run

John Authers explains some of the scepticism around the equities rally

Manufacturing in the UK

How the drive to rebalance the economy is progressing

Slideshow: Opposition honours slain leader

Thousands of people marched through the Russian capital on Sunday to mark the death of the opposition veteran

Conor Donlon’s top 5 selling photobooks

From images shot entirely on transparencies by a cutting-edge Japanese photographer to a reissued series following the exploits of nocturnal climbers in 1930s Cambridge

Leonard Nimoy of Star Trek dies

Actor best known for his role as Spock dies after suffering lung disease

Visual comment of the week

Ingram Pinn’s take on one of the main events of the week

‘Salt and Silver: Early Photography 1840-1860’

‘The Sultan’s World: The Ottoman Orient in Renaissance Art’ at Bozar, Brussels

European images of the Ottomans offer a revealing insight into how the all-conquering empire was perceived in the west

Snapshot: ‘Sweetheart Roller Skating Rink’ (1972-73), by Bill Yates

In the early 1970s the photographer came across a rickety wooden roller skating rink and photographed the children of migrant workers and farmers

Restoration of Horace Walpole’s Strawberry Hill

The private rooms at the gothic revival castle in London have been given a new lease of life

Tomáš Werner’s pet project

A photographer’s best friend is a dog who knows how to hold a pose

Architecture: communal living in Moscow and London

How the same modernist impulses in the 1930s inspired both a Soviet apartment building and a block of flats near Hampstead

Smartphones in Barcelona

Looking ahead to the 2015 Mobile Phone Congress

Dominique Ansel: life after cronuts

The creator of the treat that even New Yorkers queue for is now opening a ‘bakery restaurant’

New York Daily News up for sale

Tabloid owner Mort Zuckerman seeks buyer

Winters named StanChart chief

Former JPMorgan banker takes reins in board shake-up

Japan’s war record still resonates across region

Threat of tension as 70th anniversary nears

Indian corporate arrests

Crackdown follows oil ministry break-in

Powerful government/industry rotation

Revolving door between public and private sector called into question

The Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty

Rahul Gandhi, the fourth-generation scion of India’s Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty, is taking a leave of absence from politics

Oscars 2015: what the stars wore

It was mostly about black and white on this year’s red carpet, but there were stray sparks of colour too

Oscars 2015

A night of celebrations at the 87th Academy awards