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The FT’s 2021 ranking of the world’s best masters in finance programmes
We highlight Europe’s leading patent law firms for 2021. Plus: Europe’s disunity over the UPC; the ESG push is changing how attorneys work; tech sector draws talent away from law; and why IP is both part of the problem and the solution for Covid vaccines
We highlight how top in-house lawyers are tackling the big questions shaping their role
The case for lessons in local, not colonial, languages; Ethiopia’s sex ed row goes viral; ‘Bad Students’ or bad teaching in Thailand?; case studies in improving education in Brazil and Nigeria; what edtech gets right — and wrong
Deals get complex as projects need backing but investors require reassurance. Plus: the race to improve digital connectivity; Djibouti dreams of becoming the ‘Singapore of Africa’; and the Kampala motorcycle taxis trying to put safety first
Exchanges chase data deals; London claws back losses to Amsterdam; taking trading tech into new markets
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.
The inaugural listing identifies the European companies that have reduced their greenhouse gas emissions intensity the most. Plus: high-tech carbon offsets; measuring Scope 3; fashion’s data failure; financed emissions; rise of the green consumer
In part 7 of our series on the legal sector’s response to digital transformation: the Big Four and technology companies compete with law firms to lead the way in legal tech; plus what the legal profession is reading on FT.com
While negotiations on emissions between the US and China are back on track, relations beyond climate issues are far from smooth. Meanwhile, younger voices are increasingly driving sustainability agendas, as both decision makers and stakeholders. And how do you measure ‘green’ investments anyway?
Once a year, FT Wealth produces a special edition focused on entrepreneurship
The cloud has become an integral part of IT systems worldwide, allowing the on-demand access of computer system resources, data storage and additional computing power. What opportunities and challenges can migration to the cloud present? This is the final part of the series.
City has gambled on keeping its border open to the world during the pandemic
Evidence suggests wealthy people are most likely to be caught out
Groups use their flexibility and connections to exploit surging market
Just as some wealthy people collect cars, others amass architecture purely for their own pleasure
A wealthy couple’s break-up need not spell the end of their foundation or company — if they avoid the pitfalls
Too little argument can be as bad as too much. Better ‘constructive conflict’ than ‘fake harmony’, says the book
The pandemic has driven away Asian pupils, not only hitting fee revenue but also exposing deeper cultural problems
Special reports covering Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific. Plus: General Counsel, Intelligent Business and Digital Lawyers
The very rich are adding fuel to the bitcoin boom but many are wary of a bubble
Investors can transmit their preferences via their choice of mutual fund and watching how it votes
The fight to protect the planet is shifting in ways that could soon exacerbate conflicts within countries
The principality is keen to remake its image after tax scandals
A principled guide for finance professionals on upholding decency and values
Passport programmes are proliferating and the market is expected to grow
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
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
FT correspondents Madhumita Murgia and Kiran Stacey answered your questions on the use of artificial intelligence by companies
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
Their success stories show the progress African women have made in recent decades, in education and business
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
Business leaders are snapping up properties in the country so they can WFH in luxury
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
Experts offer advice on what to do when children are irresponsible with money