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    1. December 22, 2014

      Bang & Olufsen shares fall in latest profit warning

      Bang & Olufsen issued a pre-Christmas profit warning in the latest in a series of stumbles at the Danish upscale maker of...

    2. December 19, 2014

      Having it all

      Sir, You report (December 16) that Denmark has laid claim to the North Pole. The Little Mermaid already graces the harbour...

    Special Reports

    1. FT.com - European Energy

      The conflict betweeen Russia and Ukraine has underlined the competing claims of the EU...
    2. Recovering from Natural Disaster

      In this four-part video series, FT correspondents examine the damage caused by extreme...
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    1. November 25, 2014

      China fears US Republican opposition in climate change talks

      Chinese climate change negotiators fear US Republican Party opposition could hamper a deal to limit greenhouse gas...

    2. November 21, 2014

      Ski-touring on Greenland’s west coast

      My next-seat neighbour on the flight, who had been silent since we left Copenhagen, suddenly burst into life as we crossed...

    3. November 13, 2014

      Xi and Obama have shown leadership on emissions

      In the cynical world of politics it is important, just occasionally, to give credit where it is due. The commitments on...

    4. November 2, 2014

      Scientists say cost of avoiding runaway climate change is low

      The risk of runaway climate change can be prevented without seriously denting global economic growth, scientists forecast in...

    5. October 22, 2014

      EU warms to the potential efficiencies of district heating

      In 1978, Bulgarians flocked to see a film called Toplo (“Heat”). Now hailed as a comic classic in Bulgaria, the movie...

    6. October 17, 2014

      Short cuts: Updates from Copenhagen, Chicago, Lanzarote

      Copenhagen Christian Puglisi, a former sous chef to René Redzepi and one of the architects of new Nordic cooking, has opened...

    7. September 29, 2014

      Schonnemann, Copenhagen

      First opened in 1877, Schonnemann was once a stop for farmers and charcoal burners. Today, business people, politicians and...

    8. September 22, 2014

      Heat rises for fossil fuel industry as climate talks gather pace

      This is not a comforting week to be an investor in a big oil or coal company. It began with rallies in capital cities around...

    9. September 5, 2014

      From lidos to plunge pools: urban swim projects around the world

      Last week I joined a raft (the collective noun) of urban swimmers in the Thames, all of us aware of how frequently we travel...

    10. August 28, 2014

      Thou shalt be disrupted: welcome to the silicon church

      Think of them as God’s back-office. Technology start-ups have spied an opportunity in helping Christian clergy manage their...

    11. FT Alphaville

      August 27, 2014

      The Closer

      FURTHER FURTHER READING - A look at income inequality, hour by hour. And real wage growth this year. - Olivier Blanchard on...

    12. August 27, 2014

      Proposals for UN development goal face criticism

      Proposals for a new set of UN development goals, used to shape national and international policies for raising living...

    13. July 18, 2014

      Design classic: Arne Jacobsen’s Tongue chair

      One of Danish designer Arne Jacobsen’s favourite pieces, the Tongue is only the second chair he completed. Yet it has never...

    14. July 18, 2014

      UK high street retailers turn to handmade look for festive items

      “Imperfect is the new perfect,” declares Jonathan Moore, executive chef at Waitrose, pointing to the upmarket grocer’s...

    15. Brussels Blog

      July 3, 2014

      EU energy security: in hot water

      When looking for scapegoats for the EU’s energy crisis and our dependence on Russian gas, it is all too easy to attack...

    16. June 3, 2014

      ECB poised to follow Nordic lights on negative rates

      Since the summer of 2012, Copenhagen has seen an invasion of central bankers from all over the world. They did not come to...

    17. June 2, 2014

      Obama changes the weather

      With a stroke of the pen, President Barack Obama has re-established American leadership at a time of drift on global...

    18. June 1, 2014

      US carbon curbs raise hopes for Paris deal

      On Monday, US President Barack Obama will put limits on the amount of carbon dioxide that can be emitted by American power...

    19. May 21, 2014

      Brussels dialect is a gift to the EU’s foes

      Voters this week are expected to give the EU a battering. In elections to the European Parliament, parties opposed to the EU...

    20. May 11, 2014

      Austrian drag queen Conchita Wurst wins Eurovision

      COPENHAGEN, May 11 – Austrian drag queen Conchita Wurst, popularly known as “the bearded lady” won the Eurovision Song...

    21. May 9, 2014

      The stars on our TV screens fly the flag for European culture

      A few years ago at a family lunch I found myself in conversation with my host, a seasoned City fund manager, who was betting...

    22. May 8, 2014

      How much can ‘metadata’ spies see? Denmark finds out

      Frustration from a government minister at a change in policy. A supposedly secret network of politicians. These are great...

    23. May 4, 2014

      Uncertainty, not China, is replacing US power

      First things first. China is not about to replace the US as the world’s superpower. Last week’s news that China’s economy...

    24. April 28, 2014

      Copenhagen restaurant is world’s best

      Noma, the avant garde Copenhagen restaurant headed by chef René Redzepi, has regained its number one spot in the World’s 50...

    25. April 27, 2014

      US and China lift climate change hopes with new phase of talks

      China and the US have begun an ambitious new phase of talks on curbing their carbon dioxide emissions that observers say is...

    26. Money Supply

      April 24, 2014

      The end of Denmark's monetary experiment

      With the eurozone facing the threat of a prolonged period of “low-flation”, the European Central Bank has been urged to...

    27. April 20, 2014

      Time to change the political climate

      The past five years have been a bad time for those fighting against climate change. Since the chaotic failure of the...

    28. April 18, 2014

      Super-commuters: how to live and work in different continents

      Wolf and Kate Allisat were keen for their daughters’ names to be easily pronounceable around the world because, if their...

    29. March 28, 2014

      David Cameron eyes Danish premier to solve Brussels dilemma

      David Cameron once declared himself supremely uninterested in Danish politics, refusing to watch the cult television series...

    30. March 13, 2014

      ISS shares jump on Copenhagen debut

      Danish outsourcing group ISS made a strong market debut on Thursday after two previous aborted attempts, in one of the...

    31. February 18, 2014

      Listings worth $8.3bn lined up in IPO flurry

      Europe’s initial public offering market is on track for its busiest start to the year since the financial crisis as private...

    32. February 18, 2014

      Danish outsourcing group ISS plans one of biggest Nordic IPOs

      ISS is hoping it is third time lucky as the private equity-owned Danish outsourcing group seeks a stock market flotation...

    33. February 14, 2014

      Denmark property: how Aarhus is now a rival to Copenhagen

      At first glance Aarhus looks little different to many other European cities: designer outlets are dotted along the main...

    34. February 7, 2014

      Design classic: The Swan chair by Arne Jacobsen

      Arne Jacobsen (1902–1971) is perhaps the most famous Danish designer of them all. His work, which ranges in scale from a...

    35. February 7, 2014

      Lunch with the FT: Helle Thorning-Schmidt

      Snow has been falling steadily for more than 24 hours, giving Copenhagen a white carpet. Outside the neo-baroque...

    36. January 30, 2014

      Danish coalition clings on amid furore over Goldman deal

      Denmark’s coalition government was brought to the brink of break-up on Thursday following public outcry at a Goldman Sachs...

    37. January 14, 2014

      Compelling case for global deal on climate, says UN

      The need for international regulation to tackle the threat of climate change is “much more compelling” now than at the...

    38. December 12, 2013

      European storm set to cost insurers €1.4bn

      Insurance companies are facing a bill of as much as €1.4bn from the storm that swept across swathes of northern Europe last...

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