for a number of reasons, such as keeping FT Sites reliable and secure,
personalising content and ads, providing social media features and to
analyse how our Sites are used.
Your guide to a disrupted world
Add this topic to your myFT Digest for news straight to your inbox
The country is struggling with mass unemployment, crime and corruption
Chef Mashama Bailey, winner of this year’s James Beard Award for outstanding chef
Conservative party leadership rivals argue about how to help the UK's poorest
European corporate bond markets slow to a standstill and US IPO market dries up
Disney’s streaming business defies industry gloom
In the third of a four-week summer mini-series, FT wine columnist Jancis Robinson explores today’s trends: from natural to regenerative and the effects of climate change
Venture capital fundraising hit a record-high last year. Now, the bonanza is over
Taiwan wants to force Foxconn to unwind an $800mn investment in Chinese chip company Tsinghua Unigroup
People are changing jobs in record numbers. Is there a good way to quit?
Practical tips for renters dealing with rent increases and bidding wars
China has extended its military drills around Taiwan
Uber, Lyft and Doordash earnings show gig economy profitable for apps
For more FT Weekend content, including our special Food & Drink mini-series, search …
Plus, invest in taking a sabbatical and how to redesign cities for the future of work
Author Elif Batuman on her novel ‘Either/Or’. Then, Esther Bintliff on feedback
Rishi Sunak falls further behind in the polls. Will the delay to voting help him gain ground?
This week, we talk to the author Elif Batuman about her new novel ‘Either / Or’.
Europe’s lenders prepare for life outside negative territory
Weaponised negotiations should form part of Ukraine’s military tool kit
Politics in the workplace: how should we deal with opposing views?
Plus, the effects of the fast-rising cost of living and how to manage opposing political views at work
In the second of a four-week summer mini-series, chef Ayesha Nurdjaja of Shuka and Shukette helps us push our palates
The 2008 financial crisis gave rise to a new generation of investors known as ‘generation moonshot’
China suspends 2,000 food products from Taiwan as Pelosi visits
As food and energy prices rocket, some companies are offering debt advice and loans to staff
HSBC pledges to restore its dividend to pre-pandemic levels, Instagram shifts base to London
The career and financial implications of taking a sabbatical from work
Bank of England considers biggest rate rise for more than 25 years
Exploring the ‘miracle’ weight-loss drug Wegovy, with Hannah Kuchler. Plus, fashion editor Lauren Indvik on finding your personal style
The Tory leadership debate rumbled on this week, with three more clashes between Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak covering pretty familiar ground
This week, we hear about a new 'miracle' weight-loss drug called Wegovy.
French energy group EDF reports record loss
European gas price rise accelerates as Russia cuts flows
Cori Crider on why algorithms cannot replace human judgment
Plus, the science behind effective feedback and rethinking imposter syndrome
Welcome to our summer Food & Drink-themed mini-series!
Argentines swap pesos for black market dollars as economic crisis worsens