Illustration for Connected Business March 2015 by Oivind Hovland
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The Connected Business

Telecoms groups now have the breathing space to invest in their future

Female hands holding touch phone and smart watch with mobile app health sensor

Innovation in Healthcare

Health systems around the world face rising demand from an ageing population

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50 Leading Business Pioneers

Who are the greatest business pioneers of all time? Help the FT compose a definitive list of the top 50. Submit ideas by February 6

Emerging Voices

The FT/OppenheimerFunds Emerging Voices awards recognise the best fiction writers, film-makers and artists from emerging market countries in Africa and the Middle East, Asia-Pacific and Latin America

Illustration for The World 2015 special report by James Ferguson
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The World in 2015

World leaders face problems that stretch from Europe right across the globe

Watches and Jewellery

Switzerland’s currency decision and geopolitical tensions are adding to watchmakers’ woes

Year in the Arab World special report

Year in the Arab World

Rarely a peaceful region, the Arab world was convulsed in 2014 by existential crises

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The Business of Whisky

Exports fell in the first half of this year, but the industry is bullish

Working in Asia

Latest video: The FT talks to women at leading IT companies, who see the sector as a catalyst for better opportunities

FT’s Year in Finance

Many are still asking whether enough has been done to stop another financial crisis

Investing in Bogotá

Dark days of fear give way to hope

Japan: Technology & Innovation

Some companies are finally trying to improve returns to shareholders

Guernsey as a Financial Centre

Global uncertainty can play to the advantage of offshore centres. The island is seeing growth again as confidence rises

FT Wealth

In this edition: Atlantic City’s boardwalk, Brutalist architecture under threat, Bolivia rising, galleries in exile

Investing in Portugal

Fall of Espírito Santo may hold promise for more productive areas of the economy