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  1. March 24, 2014

    Maya Beiser: All Vows, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco – review

    The list of women cellists making the case for contemporary music grows annually. The legendary Charlotte Moorman laid the...

  2. May 16, 2012

    Rambert Dance Company, Sadler’s Wells, London

    The Rambert Dance Company is celebrating a decade of bold developments and brave dancing under the direction of Mark...

  1. May 11, 2012

    Stylist who reshaped the global industry

    Vidal Sassoon, 1928-2012, hairdresser and businessman Vidal Sassoon, who died in Los Angeles on Wednesday aged 84, led the...

  2. April 13, 2011

    Nowadays, new is the new old

    From Mr Michael Gordon. Sir, Philip Wood (Letters, April 12) notes that his old boy network has failed to secure a job for...

  3. October 11, 2010

    The winning tactic of cultural continuity

    Assuming that Liverpool Football Club is sold to John Henry and his team from New England Sports Ventures, and that current...

  4. September 19, 2010

    Michael Gordon: developing an equity culture

    For someone who only put his feet under the table four months ago at BNP Paribas Asset Management, Michael Gordon has clear...

  5. FT Alphaville

    June 8, 2010

    Pink picks

    Comment, analysis and other offerings from Tuesday’s FT, Jeffrey Sachs: Time to plan for a post-Keynesian era Mainstream...

  6. June 7, 2010

    Exchanges are coming close to the edge

    In the early 1970s, a genre of rock music developed in a way that at the time was seen as progressive. Progressive or “Prog”...

  7. May 23, 2010

    Movers & Shakers: May 24

    ● Michael Gordon, global head of institutional investment at Fidelity International, is joining BNP Paribas Asset Management...

  8. March 5, 2010

    A breath of fresh air – at long last

    From Mr Michael Gordon. Sir, Thanks to Andrew Roberts for his sane, sober and insightful article. The FT has for a very long...

  9. Money Supply

    January 13, 2010

    Sovereigns and companies. Apples and pears?

    Someone trading credit default instruments is getting a bad deal. Governments are riskier than corporates, apparently. The...

  10. Money Supply

    January 7, 2010

    Should sovereign bonds be seen as risk-free?

    Clearly they are not, in fact, risk-free (Argentina proved this). But government bonds are nonetheless viewed as the sole...

  11. FT Alphaville

    January 7, 2010

    Pink picks

    Comment, analysis and other offerings from Thursday’s FT, Gillian Tett: Japan and US in Libor seesaw As 2010 gets underway,...

  12. January 6, 2010

    Sovereign debt and the spectre of risk

    In recent weeks, some market commentators have asked a question that would once have seemed unthinkable. Should government...

  13. December 5, 2009

    Britain’s top hairdressers as businessmen

    Vidal Sassoon gets to grips with a geometric bob in 1960 Last Monday night at the Grosvenor House Hotel not a hair was out...

  14. November 16, 2009

    Top dollar for Warhol’s paper currency

    From Mr Michael Gordon. Sir, I could not help but chuckle at the sale of “200 One Dollar Bills” by Andy Warhol at Sotheby’s...

  15. September 30, 2009

    Emio Greco/PC, Joyce Theater, New York

    No, [purgatorio] POPOPERA, despite its title, is not one of those impudent European stagings of a canonical work, high on...

  16. August 24, 2009

    August 24, 2009: Browsers, smartphones and Microsoft Exchange, and Google Voice

    I am Paul Taylor, the FT’s personal technology columnist and I welcome questions about gadgets, gizmos, software and...

  17. June 29, 2009

    Insight: New bulls will lift us free

    Since the lows of March of this year, the steady rise in equity markets and the contraction in credit spreads have cheered...

  18. January 4, 2009

    Hopes of return to calmer times

    Signs are emerging that the rush for the exits by panic-stricken investors may have run its course, raising hopes that 2009...

  19. December 26, 2008

    ‘Nothing could have prepared us for the seismic shifts’

    Last December, FT Money invited analysts, fund managers and columnists to forecast the level of the FTSE 100 on December 31...

  20. December 26, 2008

    Tumultous events have forecasters foxed

    Last December, FT Money invited property agents, mortgage brokers and columnists to forecast the annual change in the...

  21. December 21, 2008

    Fidelity enjoys positive flows

    Fidelity International has seen investment flows from both the retail and institutional arena turn positive in recent...

  22. December 8, 2008

    Insight: Fix your mind on income

    As 2008 draws to a close, minds inevitably turn to the year ahead. Investors, reeling from the turmoil of an unforgettable...

  23. FT Alphaville

    July 1, 2008

    Pink Picks

    Comment and analysis from Tuesday’s FT: Analysis: How banks are seeking simpler ways to sell on debt It will be hard to...

  24. June 30, 2008

    Speculation must be defined before it is blamed

    Debate has raged as to whether rising commodity prices owe more to the actions of speculators and less to an imbalance in...

  25. June 10, 2008

    Oil price in the hands of banks and hedge funds

    From Mr Michael Gordon. Sir, Were anyone in any doubt as to who is actually driving the price of oil at the moment,...

  26. April 27, 2008

    Private equity faces quiet period

    Private equity inspires polarised views. Its spectacular performance over the last three to five years is viewed by some as...

  27. April 18, 2008

    Focus on the structural cause of the credit crunch

    From Mr Michael Gordon. Sir, As regulators seek to "tighten the screw" in an effort to ensure that the mistakes of recent...

  28. April 4, 2008

    Private equity sector demise is much exaggerated

    From Mr Bill Ford. Sir, Michael Gordon's article “The private equity boom was a clumsy trick” (April 1) defines private...

  29. April 4, 2008

    Success that depends on more than just financing

    From Ms Dominique Senequier. Sir, We read with interest the comments by Michael Gordon about the private equity business...

  30. April 4, 2008

    Buy-outs are building better companies across the economy

    From Mr Simon Walker. Sir, Michael Gordon (“The private equity boom was a clumsy trick”, April 1) is wrong to suggest that...

  31. FT Alphaville

    April 1, 2008

    Private equity - a clumsy trick with too much debt?

    It’s caused Michael Panzner at Financial Armageddon to revisit an old favourite, while Yves Smith at Naked Capitalism...

  32. March 31, 2008

    Private equity boom was nothing more than a clumsy trick

    So now we know. The boom in private equity, which was promoted as the superior business model, based on patient capital,...

  33. January 24, 2008

    Limiting fallout from Black Monday

    The probable fallout from this week’s “Black Monday” is preoccupying executives across the UK. But how will it affect us all...

  34. FT Alphaville

    December 12, 2007

    SWFs - they come in peace... probably

    Sony, Citigroup, UBS, Apple Dubai… spot the odd one out. Well done, Apple Dubai is in fact fictional.  The others, however,...

  35. December 11, 2007

    Ignore the murk and myths on sovereign funds

    Hardly a day goes by without news of a sovereign wealth fund buying a slice of a company in the developed world. In recent...

  36. FT Alphaville

    November 6, 2007

    Why SWFs are a source for financial stability

    The power of SWFs have caused Dominique Strauss Kahn, the new managing director of the IMF, to worry that they could be a...

  37. November 5, 2007

    Insight: All change for the IMF and SWFs

    Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the new managing director of the International Monetary Fund, has begun his tenure by posing some...

  38. September 26, 2007

    Insight: Implications of the Darling deposit guarantee

    Policy that is determined in a crisis is rarely good policy, and the events of last week are no exception. In response to...

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