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    1. January 3, 2014

      It’s true! The FT – and social media – really do move markets

      Newspapers report the news. They should never aim to be part of the story themselves. But in the stock market, that division...

    2. December 13, 2013

      Dead or alive? The puzzle of Schrödinger’s markets

      The current state of US financial markets might be best described with the help of a dead Austrian physicist and a...

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      India and Bitcoin: world's biggest market or scam magnet?

      China’s ban on banks doing business in Bitcoin, the volatile digital currency, throws up big questions for Bitcoin...

    2. November 15, 2013

      Who should control your online identity?

      Last week I suffered a minor rite of passage on the internet. An anonymous cyber being (or beings) logged into Wikipedia,...

    3. September 8, 2013

      Boris Johnson proposes ‘London visa’ to boost tech start-ups

      Boris Johnson, London mayor, has proposed a new “London visa” which would make it easier for talented tech experts and...

    4. May 10, 2013

      Wikipedia’s crystal ball

      First it was the factory worker who was made obsolete by technology. Now it is the hedge fund manager who looks increasingly...

    5. February 24, 2013

      Silicon Valley in immigration reform call

      A coalition of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, venture capitalists and social media experts will on Monday launch a campaign...

    6. January 11, 2013

      Bumi chairman tricked into releasing data

      The bitter battle over the future of Bumi plc, the troubled London-listed Indonesian coal miner, has intensified after...

    7. January 4, 2013

      Something for the weekend

      Pay differentials between the sexes have long been a topic of debate, now a new study has found that women are likely to...

    8. November 29, 2012

      Moscow court blocks Pussy Riot videos

      A Moscow court has ordered music videos by the activist punk band Pussy Riot to be removed from the internet after declaring...

    9. November 21, 2012

      Do qualifications matter more than experience?

      THE PROBLEM After Tim Davie was named acting director-general of the BBC, there was some grumbling about his lack of a...

    10. November 21, 2012

      Do qualifications matter more than experience?

      THE PROBLEM After Tim Davie was named acting director-general of the BBC, there was some grumbling about his lack of a...

    11. November 16, 2012

      It’s right to test learning by heart

      Professing himself an “enemy of those who would deprecate the study of French lesbian poetry”, Michael Gove, the UK...

    12. September 23, 2012

      A weak voice in lobbying trade talks

      Debates over intellectual property rights, free speech and the internet are hardly new or exclusive to international trade...

    13. July 11, 2012

      Russia’s ‘internet blacklist’ sparks fears

      Russia’s parliament has passed a law to create an “internet blacklist” in a move both internet and civil rights groups warn...

    14. June 27, 2012

      Harsh US jails fuel the fear of extradition

      Theresa May, the UK home secretary, is due to decide soon whether Gary McKinnon, an Asperger’s syndrome sufferer, should be...

    15. FT Alphaville

      June 6, 2012

      Debt jubilee for one and all -- love, the Queen

      Did the Queen miss a bit of a trick this weekend? The origins of a jubilee celebration, after all, come from the festivities...

    16. April 14, 2012

      Alnwick (with a ‘w’) is five miles inland

      From Mr Tony Anderton. Sir, Congratulations to the FT for remembering to include the “l” in the place name in your Letters...

    17. March 16, 2012

      Web content battleground shifts to quality

      The forests will benefit. But it was difficult not to feel a pang on hearing the news this week that Encyclopedia Britannica...

    18. March 13, 2012

      Encyclopaedia Britannica to cease print edition

      The Encyclopaedia Britannica will stop publishing its 32-volume print edition after 244 years and instead focus on its...

    19. March 12, 2012

      Wikipedia co-founder to advise No 10

      Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, has been drafted in by Number 10 officials to advise the government on a new...

    20. January 30, 2012

      Worth following

      People Follow You, by Jeb Blount, (Wiley, RRP£14.99) As a rule, readers of the Financial Times probably avoid books whose...

    21. January 23, 2012

      Digital revenues set to offset CDs’ fall

      The global music industry says it is close to a turning point where growth from digital revenues offsets declining sales of...

    22. FT Alphaville

      January 19, 2012

      Pink picks

      Comment, analysis and other offerings from Thursday’s FT, John Gapper: Halt the Silicon Valley histrionics The internet...

    23. January 18, 2012

      Halt the Silicon Valley histrionics

      The internet industry scored a tactical victory this week with Wednesday’s blackout of sites such as Wikipedia and Reddit,...

    24. January 17, 2012

      Anti-piracy bill protests take sites offline

      Google has joined forces with Wikipedia and other US technology companies to stage online protests on Wednesday against...

    25. FT Tech Hub

      January 17, 2012

      Wikipedia members agree to blackout

      Wikipedia confirmed that it would black out all English language versions of its website around the globe this Wednesday, in...

    26. January 16, 2012

      Debate over online piracy rages in US

      Proposed bills in the US House of Representatives and Senate aimed at reducing online piracy have stirred up an unusually...

    27. FT Tech Hub

      January 16, 2012

      Wikipedia's anti-SOPA blackout will go ahead on Wednesday

      Wikipedia is planning an online “blackout” on Wednesday, in protest against proposed US legislation intended to stem web...

    28. January 13, 2012

      Wikipedia in clash over editing rights

      One of Britain’s best-known spin-doctors clashed with the founder of Wikipedia at a tense meeting after Bell Pottinger...

    29. December 7, 2011

      Wikipedia probes edits by Bell Pottinger

      Wikipedia, the online user-generated encyclopedia, has suspended 10 accounts associated with Bell Pottinger, the firm at the...

    30. November 1, 2011

      US and UK criticise internet censorship

      David Cameron, prime minister, and Joe Biden, US vice president, took a strong line on freedom of speech on the internet on...

    31. September 24, 2011

      Anyone for cricket – or carom even?

      From Ms Shaku Woodrow. Sir, The “strange relic” given to Mark Muller Stuart (House & Home, September 10) is a carom board,...

    32. September 9, 2011

      ICT: Students learn to reap benefits of high-tech networking skills

      The huge state investment in ICT in English schools that has taken place since the first Blair government bypassed the...

    33. Westminster Blog

      August 21, 2011

      Tony Blair tells Cameron that Britain is not broken

      David Cameron is down in Cornwall for a few days, doing his bit for the national tourism industry. I’m told (er, by Downing...

    34. The World

      July 20, 2011

      Greece and the lethal need for consensus

      Herewith an amateur sociological-political-cultural explanation for the eurozone policy shambles. First, a new expression...

    35. June 5, 2011

      Facebook is wrong to back a light touch for the web

      At last month’s meeting of the Group of Eight advanced economies, France’s president Nicolas Sarkozy called for the internet...

    36. May 25, 2011

      Tech titans’ optimism fades under Paris sun

      The Jardin des Tuileries was cordoned off, a huge marquee erected and Californian wine was served for dinner at the Louvre....

    37. January 13, 2011

      Wikipedia plans to improve global access

      Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia Few websites launched in 2001, just as the dotcom bubble burst, are likely to be...

    38. FT Alphaville

      October 5, 2010

      The unequalizers

      We spell ‘unequalizer’ with a ‘z’ in the title as an homage to Edward Woodward, (naturally). Although, in this case, we’re...

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