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    1. April 6, 2014

      Bank of New York Mellon investors balk at board pay and expenses

      Shareholders in Bank of New York Mellon, the world’s largest custody bank, are voicing concern about expenses and executive...

    2. October 25, 2013

      A revolution in thinking

      How many revolutions in history have been “successful”? How many have delivered lasting and stable political change? These...

    1. September 16, 2013

      The Last Yankee, The Print Room, London – review

      Only 20 years after its premiere, Arthur Miller’s play is already a period piece. Miller shows two Connecticut men visiting...

    2. August 4, 2013

      A much-maligned engine of innovation

      The Entrepreneurial State: Debunking Public vs Private Sector Myths, by Mariana Mazzucato, Anthem Press, RRP£14.99,...

    3. July 20, 2012

      The right must learn to love the state again

      When asked to contribute to this series on the future of conservatism, I hesitated because it seemed to me that in both the...

    4. The A-List

      June 28, 2012

      Bipartisan move won't take sting out of Obamacare

      On Thursday a majority of the US Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act, otherwise known as...

    5. FT Alphaville

      January 25, 2012

      Further reading

      Elsewhere on Wednesday, - Apple’s earnings as a black swan event. - How afraid was Larry Summers of the bond vigilantes? - A...

    6. FT Alphaville

      January 20, 2012

      Further reading

      Elsewhere on Friday, - Did JP Morgan knife MF Global? - Signs of China’s monetary stimulus. - Lessons for the Eurozone From...

    7. December 28, 2011

      Europe could also learn from Australia’s fiscal federalism

      From Mr Henry Ergas. Sir, As well as the US (“Oh, for an Alexander Hamilton to save Europe!”, Comment, December 19),...

    8. FT Alphaville

      December 19, 2011

      Pink picks

      Comment, analysis and other offerings from Monday’s FT, Edward Luce: The long haul in Washington gridlock At this stage in...

    9. December 18, 2011

      Oh, for an Alexander Hamilton to save Europe!

      To stem the unfolding sovereign debt crisis and save the euro, European summits seem to provide too little, too late. A look...

    10. beyondbrics

      December 5, 2011

      China construction looks at US bargains

      It looks as though Chinese commodity companies aren’t the only ones looking abroad for cheap acquisitions. Apparently, China...

    11. FT Alphaville

      October 7, 2011

      Further further reading

      For the commute home, - A chart to help you understand the European crisis. - And a guide to the ECB’s latest operations. -...

    12. FT Alphaville

      August 19, 2011

      The life of Bryan, or what did monetary policy ever do for us?

      To understand why Rick Perry this week picked a fight with Ben Bernanke and why media pariah Ron Paul continues to attract a...

    13. FT Alphaville

      August 17, 2011

      Eurobonds and the shadow of the future

      Sometimes, you have to turn to US history to realise how very confused the eurozone is at the moment… Merkel and Sarkozy...

    14. August 10, 2011

      Europe needs its own Hamilton

      From Mr Aidan O’Sullivan. Sir, To pay for the American Revolution, the United States and individual states borrowed vast...

    15. FT Alphaville

      June 10, 2011

      Jean-Claude Trichet, the almost-Hamiltonian

      Presenting a… revisionist view of why the European Central Bank president hates any Greek debt restructuring, in whatever...

    16. May 10, 2011

      Lighting the way for infrastructure

      From Mr J. Garland Pollard IV. Sir, That the US business lobby is having a hard time winning dollars for infrastructure...

    17. April 14, 2011

      Obama’s fight back has begun

      Vice-president Joseph Biden seemed to slumber through it. But no one else listening to President Barack Obama’s budget...

    18. February 17, 2011

      20 questions: Bill Nuti

      Bill Nuti started his career in sales at IBM before moving on to Cisco Systems where he stayed for 10 years. In 2002, he...

    19. FT Alphaville

      December 1, 2010

      Alexander Hamilton on Shadow Money and the Euro

      Our shadow money analysis relies in part on a belief that government debt can substitute for money in order to meet demand...

    20. FT Alphaville

      December 1, 2010

      Further reading

      And now for something a little more in-depth than our usual further reading offerings. Here’s a list of essential strategy...

    21. October 1, 2010

      Europe’s egos upstaged by unassuming Finn

      In the five months since Greece nearly destroyed the euro, the debate over how to ensure that such a disaster never happens...

    22. November 16, 2009

      Why we cannot live without bears

      After a financial crisis everyone needs a scapegoat. Who better, apart from bonus hungry bankers, than short sellers?...

    23. November 15, 2009

      Why we cannot live without bears

      After a financial crisis everyone needs a scapegoat. Who better, apart from bonus-hungry bankers, than short sellers?...

    24. April 21, 2009

      Tinkering with European reform

      Brussels blog (Tony Barber): There can be few more terrifying sentences in contemporary English than: "The Treaty of Lisbon...

    25. Brussels Blog

      April 20, 2009

      The EU, the US founding fathers and the "last word"

      There can be few more terrifying sentences in contemporary English than: “The Treaty of Lisbon is not the last word.” The...

    26. March 19, 2009

      AIG chief calls on employees to return bonuses

      Edward Liddy, chief executive of AIG, yesterday tried to soothe anger against the bailed-out insurance group by urging...

    27. March 19, 2009

      Give back bonuses, AIG chief urges staff

      Edward Liddy, chief executive of AIG, yesterday tried to soothe anger against the bailed-out insurance group by urging...

    28. March 18, 2009

      AIG chief urges staff to return bonuses

      Edward Liddy, chief executive of AIG, on Wednesday tried to soothe anger against the bailed-out insurance group by urging...

    29. September 26, 2008

      Man in the News: Hank Paulson

      Until this week closing a deal had never been a problem for Hank Paulson, the former Goldman Sachs chief executive turned...

    30. June 11, 2008

      Does anyone know an ‘average Joe’ ?

      From Prof Stewart A. Dippel. Sir, In response to Charles Tan from Singapore, who chastens the “average American Joe” for his...

    31. March 27, 2008

      In full: Obama’s economic speech

      I want to thank Mayor Bloomberg for his extraordinary leadership. At a time when Washington is divided in old ideological...

    32. January 30, 2008

      Radical thinker worth inclusion

      From Mr David Melding. Sir, All lists should entertain but leave one feeling slightly annoyed about who or what is omitted....

    33. September 15, 2007

      A collective memory failure

      September 15 will be a day of celebration for the people gathered for the marriage of two friends. It is his second and her...

    34. September 10, 2007

      We The People - Shakespeare's Globe, London

      In principle, Eric Schlosser's new play tackles a fascinating and pertinent subject: the creation of the American...

    35. August 11, 2007

      Correction: Alexander Hamilton

      *The Mrs Moneypenny column in last weekend's FT Magazine referred to American founding father Alexander Hamilton as Thomas...

    36. November 20, 2006

      The true nature of America's mission

      Early in his book, Robert Kagan cites a Hollywood line in which Lauren Bacall tells Humphrey Bogart: "I know, I know, you...

    37. November 19, 2006

      The true nature of America’s mission

      Dangerous NationAmerica’s Place in the World By Robert Kagan Alfred A. Knopf, £25/$30 Early in his book, Robert Kagan cites...

    38. April 9, 2006

      JPMorgan Chase, BoNY in $3bn asset swap

      JPMorgan Chase has turned up the heat in the highly competitive New York retail banking market by agreeing to a $3bn asset...

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