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The interconnected web of everyday devices is expanding by the day, but is its security up to scratch?
‘Project Triffid’ is unleashed on the internet of things; smart ambulances offer a faster route to treating health emergencies; how retailers can break into telecoms; plus the new technology job opportunities emerging in the pandemic.
How to make cities more liveable and recycle retail space; three US mayors on the pandemic’s ‘Hunger Games’; smart water infrastructure to fight Covid-19; the resurgence of parks; how to prevent disaster in Manhattan and encourage more walking and cycling everywhere
Gulf states aim to deploy their heritage and culture to diversify their economies. What is on offer and will the tourists come? Meet emerging new artists, and find out how a deal with Israel is affecting the UAE’s rich literary prizes. Plus: can Iraq save what is left of its archaeological treasures, and what is keeping Iranians entertained during the pandemic
In this edition: healthcare and public policy show how the coronavirus pandemic is testing the ideas and people behind the integration of data, technology and professional services. Plus: case studies that highlight best practice
From carbon labels to zero-waste menus, food businesses are increasingly keen to reach sustainability-minded consumers. Will their efforts pay off? Plus: pandemic-proof supply chains; China rethinks its diet; fairer deals for farm workers
The FT examines the causes and effects of an increasing global resistance to antibiotics: from the pressures doctors are under to prescribe them even for viral infections, to what new treatments are currently in the pipeline, as well as what role can the consumer play in reducing antibiotic use in the food chain.
Employees evaluate 850 European companies on diversity of gender, ethnicity, age, disability and sexual orientation. Includes the second annual ranking and winner profile. Plus: how luxury fashion is taking steps to boost inclusion; interview with the female chief of a Norwegian bank; what hostility towards Poland’s LGBT+ people means for the role of the workplace
Hybrid vehicles face criticism despite an increase in sales. Plus: fuel economy drives demand for gas-guzzling cars; Europe leads in ‘greening’ of steel production; Covid-19 risks undermining energy efficiency gains; cement industry looks to increase carbon reduction target
Asia’s ESG wave, funding tips for founders, rethinking recruitment for diversity and AI’s role in ethical investing
Prices are set to rise after the biggest pink diamond mine closes; luxury watchmakers and retailers voice concern over the UK’s plan to end VAT relief for overseas visitors; and ethical designer Pippa Small sees a turning point in sustainability
These are tough times for real estate, as coronavirus threatens the viability of shopping centres and shared offices, while climate change starts to bite. How should investors respond? Plus: money laundering, global fire safety and India’s slump
A momentum trade in ESG stocks seems unlikely amid disagreement over what even is such an investment
A trend is emerging for more eco-friendly, high-tech and life-affirming memorials
The 1% who try are pilloried as hypocrites, but that does not mean their efforts are in vain
‘People are coming here and seeing it as a refuge, for security’
It sounds like a perfect solution to global warming - but the process is complex and expensive
More meat-free products are now available, but will they actually make a difference?
House of Lords peers join retailers to warn of ‘blow’ to business if VAT refunds are scrapped
Jewellers see end of run putting coloured stones back in front of collectors’ minds
Watchmaker aims to be more accessible digitally and physically, says its CEO
Ecommerce is booming but any bounceback is unlikely to be big enough to recover lockdown losses
Designer has noticed the ethical fashion conversation reaching a broader audience
Israel-UAE tie-up forecast to have ripple effect across worldwide industry
How the country meets demand for luxury goods from locals and Chinese tourists
School encourages designers to breathe new life into traditional crafts
The latest model in a series of ambitious designs is based on the celebrated 1978 Arceau case
In part 2 of a series on the legal sector’s response to digital transformation: the top skills lawyers need for a digital future; plus what the legal profession is reading on FT.com
High jewellery clients see investment potential in designer’s sculptural pieces
Investors electrify South African banks’ in their sustainability push; Africa’s booming tech hub of Lagos braces as Covid-19 bites; and the Kenyan banking group set on regional dominance. Plus, Ethiopia’s steps towards banking reforms
A vast wave of spending is under way to transform the delivery of the world’s power supply and tackle climate change. This week: how China plans to achieve its pledge of net-zero emissions. This is the final article concluding a six-part series.
From which sectors will be the winners and losers to 10 ways the crisis will shape the world, our correspondents report on how the pandemic will affect the global economy. Plus the possibility of a Brexit rupture; vaccine hurdles; and concerns on the outlook for emerging economies
Nigeria gained independence from Britain 60 years ago. With civil unrest, security and economic problems dominating events in 2020, find out why the future of Africa’s most populous country is in the hands of the young, and whether it can ever prosper
What business course students want is changing and schools are hastening to adapt. Plus: data points for choosing a programme; lessons from Wirecard; and put your questions to an FT panel
In this report, we have the full listing of this year’s leading FT 401 advisers, state by state. Plus: ‘Set and forget’ investors stick with target-date funds; hopes of greater diversity as DoL allows private equity in 401(k) plans; it pays to be part of a bigger adviser business — especially during a pandemic
Nigeria harnesses scale to boost smallholder productivity; the battle to commercialise South Africa’s Eastern Cape; camel milk’s superfood credentials; how tackling soil depletion can raise yields; Egyptian orange farmers capitalise on export boom; what Nigeria can learn from Brazilian techniques
FT Wealth’s annual special edition on family offices