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    1. December 19, 2014

      Small-cap Week, December 20

      MySale was among the small-cap casualties this week: the “flash sale” fashion website delivered a profit warning just six...

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      December 16, 2014

      UK police reform: it's all about culture and communication

      Any restructuring of the 43 police forces of England and Wales would require political will. But such a reform would also be...

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    1. The Business of Rugby Union 2012

      Following the success of last year’s World Cup in New Zealand, rugby’s focus now shift...
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    1. December 15, 2014

      MySale hit by sell-off after profit warning

      Two of the UK’s best known billionaires have suffered millions in paper losses today as shares in discount fashion site...

    2. December 8, 2014

      Burgess is a strong candidate for successful code switch

      Sam Burgess made his debut in rugby union the Friday before last. Before that the 25-year-old had only ever played league...

    3. December 4, 2014

      Sovereign funds pave a path to shared prosperity

      A decade ago, the phrase “Sovereign Wealth Fund” made some European and American politicians shudder. No wonder. Back then —...

    4. FT Alphaville

      November 27, 2014

      Welfare spending across the OECD

      The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development has a new report out summarising data from its “social expenditure...

    5. November 26, 2014

      Fonterra learns from a corporate health scare in China

      Theo Spierings was in Europe when he first learnt of a health scare in China related to his company’s milk products last...

    6. November 26, 2014

      China accuses west of obstructing graft sweep

      China’s efforts to hunt down corrupt officials overseas are being hampered by prejudiced western judges, according to a...

    7. November 20, 2014

      What We Do in the Shadows – film review

      What We Do in the Shadows proves you can bite vampire lore in the neck and still draw comic blood. The jokes flow, with few...

    8. FT Photo Diary

      November 20, 2014

      Auckland wearable art

      Michael Bradley/Getty Images Guests look at the exhibits on show at the Auckland War Memorial Museum’s World of Wearable Art...

    9. November 20, 2014

      China releases first formal estimate of strategic oil reserves

      China has for the first time offered a formal estimate for a portion of its strategic petroleum reserves, following pledges...

    10. November 15, 2014

      South Africa beat England at Twickenham

      Having watched England fail for the 12th consecutive time to beat South Africa at Twickenham on Saturday, national coach...

    11. November 8, 2014

      All Blacks beat England at Twickenham

      If England are to make a serious claim on winning next year’s Rugby World Cup, they have to beat one of the southern...

    12. November 7, 2014

      ‘Infidelities’, by Kirsty Gunn

      Set predominantly in Scotland but also in England and the author’s native New Zealand, the stories in Kirsty Gunn’s...

    13. November 7, 2014

      Dizzy heights: six mountain dwellings

      73 Mooney Road, Queenstown, New Zealand, NZ$4.75m (US$3.7m) Where In semi-rural Dalefield, 20 minutes’ drive from the centre...

    14. October 24, 2014

      Good catches: five homes near fishing waters

      Esquel, Chubut Province, Patagonia, Argentina, $12.9m Where About half an hour’s drive from the city of Esquel in western...

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      October 20, 2014

      Zomato's special sauce: coming to a server near you

      There you are, taking it easy on your summer holiday in Istanbul or Dubai, searching online for the next restaurant to...

    16. October 17, 2014

      England rugby coach wary of ruck over patriotic film

      The head coach of the England rugby union team is trying to achieve what politicians have long failed to do – fan patriotism...

    17. October 17, 2014

      Europe’s dairies jostle for China foothold ahead of milk flood

      The green fields of Ireland’s County Kerry are a long way from a stuffy Beijing hotel room, but a Chinese man playing the...

    18. October 16, 2014

      Datawatch: women's suffrage

      A hundred years ago, in 1914, just four countries allowed women to vote: New Zealand, Australia, Finland and Norway. Two...

    19. October 10, 2014

      Pitmen Painters gallery revamped

      Royalties from a play that has spread the artistic reputation of a group of Northumbrian coal miners worldwide have helped...

    20. October 7, 2014

      Australian dollar higher after RBA rate call

      The Australian dollar was heading up off the notable lows it reached last week after the central bank left monetary policy...

    21. FT Alphaville

      October 6, 2014

      What the rest of the world can learn from Aussie banks

      Buried in the Reserve Bank of Australia’s most recent Financial Stability Review is a discussion of how Australian banks...

    22. October 5, 2014

      Asian fund houses to grow at Europe’s expense

      Asian fund houses are poised to take market share from their western rivals following the introduction of pan-Asian fund...

    23. Business Blog

      October 3, 2014

      John Lewis's Andy Street is right to rue his French tirade

      Je m'excuse: Andy Street  © Bloomberg France is economically doomed and no place for an entrepreneur. “Nothing works and...

    24. September 30, 2014

      Seven things to know about Nauru

      - Formerly known as the “Pleasant island”, Nauru was a German colony before the first world war. It was later administered...

    25. September 29, 2014

      New Zealand dollar hits one-year low after interventions

      The New Zealand dollar fell to its lowest level in over a year on Monday after the central bank confirmed the scale of its...

    26. September 29, 2014

      Hong Kong protests keep stocks in check

      Monday 21:00 BST. Fresh geopolitical tensions and nagging uncertainty about the prospects for Federal Reserve policy left...

    27. September 26, 2014

      Dollar run extends as recovery gains pace

      The dollar extended its run of weekly gains to 11 this week – a feat not achieved in four decades of records compiled by...

    28. September 25, 2014

      NZ dollar slides on talk of intervention from central bank chief

      The New Zealand dollar was the biggest casualty in a broad currency sell-off against the dollar after the country’s central...

    29. September 25, 2014

      US stocks slide as Apple takes a beating

      Thursday 21:15 BST. A distinctly bearish mood swept through US and European equity markets as technology stocks were dragged...

    30. September 24, 2014

      Fonterra issues sour milk forecast on slowing China demand

      Fonterra, the world’s biggest milk supplier, has cut the amount it will pay farmers after a fall in global dairy prices...

    31. September 22, 2014

      Stocks fall as global growth worries mount

      Monday 21:05 BST. World equities came off the boil as the bullish tone sparked by last week’s dovish Federal Reserve...

    32. September 21, 2014

      Key wins third term as New Zealand prime minister

      John Key has secured a third successive term as New Zealand’s prime minister, with the ruling National Party capitalising on...

    33. September 18, 2014

      Kiwi dollar is victim of fundamentals

      Last weekend it was Sweden. This time it’s New Zealand. The Land of the Long White Cloud faces an uncertain outcome from its...

    34. September 16, 2014

      Bribe case highlights west’s dilemma over China’s overseas probes

      As investigators closed in on Cao Jianliao, the powerful vice-mayor of China’s fourth-largest city, one of his close...

    35. September 16, 2014

      China takes anti-corruption drive overseas

      The anti-corruption campaign which has swept across China in the last two years has gone global, as Beijing seeks to enlist...

    36. September 15, 2014

      New Zealanders under mass surveillance, Edward Snowden claims

      New Zealand’s prime minister was forced on to the defensive on Monday amid a bruising election campaign after Edward...

    37. September 11, 2014

      Rank eyes sale of timber businesses

      Rank Group is considering the sale of its timber products business in what would be the latest in a string of disposals by...

    38. September 8, 2014

      Australia: Culture clash

      He is dubbed the man “who fought God twice and won.” But Ron Williams, a jazz singer, father of six and veteran rights...

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