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The most ‘future-ready’ law firms in Apac. Plus: lawyers want a piece of the crypto action; Tesla’s virtual power plant added to Australian homes; cross-border deals at a time of tariff wars and Covid-19; and a new award for collaborative initiatives
After a sluggish start in rolling out Covid-19 vaccines, the outlook for Canada is brightening and the economy is proving to be unexpectedly robust
Anxious about their country’s environmental record, Brazilian companies are rushing to attract ESG investment. Can they deliver on their promises? Plus: military might in the Amazon; thirsty São Paulo; trains versus trucks; plant-burgers sizzle
Thematic funds are luring investors — but should they be wary of liquidity? Plus: the ‘secret sauce’ behind the wide range of ESG benchmarks; cannabis investing hits new high; China stocks defy US blacklisting; silver’s price rally
In part 6 of our series on the legal sector’s response to digital transformation: why an agile approach is paying off for some law firms; plus what the legal profession is reading on FT.com
The second annual ranking of the region’s businesses by revenue growth rate places a US fintech lender in the top spot. Plus: Austin lures talent from coastal hubs; Uruguay’s $1bn software export industry; and why LatAm cannot afford a return to the status quo
From Malala Yousafzai on how Covid has set back girls’ education to refugee students’ stuggles in Lebanon, a school teaching tolerance amid war and pandemic impact in India. The third instalment of this report looks at challenges facing low and middle income countries and promising responses
Even during the coronavirus pandemic organised crime has continued to thrive. This report looks at key illicit markets, from fake pharmaceuticals in India to ivory in Kenya, and at the hacking and money laundering that keep the proceeds flowing
After the protests of 2019, a new constitution draws closer and the economy is set for a post-pandemic rebound. Plus: how northern Chile is becoming a renewables powerhouse; prospects for a copper-led recovery; and support grows for marginalised Mapuche
The rise of renewable energy is prompting change in power networks. How are governments and the energy industry responding? Can demands for more energy co-exist with pressure to cut carbon emissions? What does the future hold for energy?
From the US-China trade war, to Brexit, to pandemic-led delays to manufacturing and shipping, the global supply chain is firmly in the spotlight. How is the business of trade adapting in a changing world?
Greensill’s biggest mistakes; Archegos shows why values matter; GameStop squeeze spooks hedge funds; homeworking proves hard to handle; central banks launch climate stress tests; fraud surges amid pandemic; bubbles, froth and the global debt trap
Technology is transforming societies around the world, but governments and the companies behind that technology have struggled with ethics and morality, from self-regulation to surveillance to AI bias. How can we understand these complex problems — and begin to find better answers?
Thai culture is a mélange of foreign influences — a description that also applies to the country’s billionaire business-owning families
There are now far more millennial adults, some with children, for whom the economy is not delivering
FT correspondents Madhumita Murgia and Kiran Stacey answered your questions on the use of artificial intelligence by companies
Their success stories show the progress African women have made in recent decades, in education and business
Business leaders are snapping up properties in the country so they can WFH in luxury
Experts offer advice on what to do when children are irresponsible with money
President Joe Biden should close the ‘donor-advised funds’ loophole
‘We live in a society that’s just not going in the right direction’
Businesses with a strong online presence have been turbocharged by pandemic-led digitalisation
Business schools are being urged to integrate ESG topics in core courses, as well as foster diversity among their faculty and students. Are they succeeding? The FT’s special report into Responsible Business Education is a multi-part series.
Property has long been prized as an investment, but how quickly will the market recover post-pandemic — and can technology help?
Watchmakers introduce new collections at the Watches and Wonders show, but some decide to go at it alone; the bold look of 1970s quartz classics woos collectors; sanctions take the shine off Burmese rubies; and consumer doubts over recycled gold melt away
Challenges grow for US family businesses to compete with big-box and online rivals
Designers have enjoyed both critical and commercial success from having their work on show at prestigious institutions
Rising demand from younger buyers is driving ethical jewellery making
From carbon fibre to aluminium, alternatives to precious metals are making their mark in high jewellery
Krishna Choudhary’s decision to diverge from the traditional customer base of his father’s Jaipur business has proved fruitful
Activists remain concerned with human rights and environmental issues as part of the mining process
Art jewellery collector Susan Cummins likes to get under the skin of makers to understand their processes
After battling to be taken seriously the brands are now worth a third of the market
Show organisers seek to win back watchmakers who have since decided to go it alone
Tax on imports of stock from EU eats into already slim profit margins for British traders
The 1970s Swiss quartz watches were a commercial flop but their bold designs are winning fans
The brand’s chimes in with heritage theme in high-tech form