Europe’s corporate comeback

Despite the negative noise around Brexit, trade wars and political uncertainty, companies across Europe are thriving. From luxury companies in Italy to the hidden champions of the German Mittelstand, FT reporters examine the reasons behind the run of continental prosperity and point out possible obstacles on the road ahead

Companies struggle to recruit as workers not equipped for digital future

Nation’s growing power in global infrastructure second only to China

Smaller groups gird for economic slowdown with strong balance sheets and top canteens

LVMH, Kering and Richemont dominate, but fears of trade war hit record valuations

Companies are on a roll but it remains to be seen whether policymakers have done enough to ensure long-term growth

FT journalists discuss how companies on the continent have bounced back since the financial crisis