FT Wealth

In this edition: Rachel Ara on how the market determines the value of an artwork. Also: Edwina Grosvenor’s prison philanthrophy; Larry Silverstein on revitalising lower Manhattan; debentures — an ace with Wimbledon tennis fans

V&A artist shows the price of her latest work rising as viewers linger in front of it

The children of the San Francisco Bay Area region’s elite are learning through play in a tech-free space

The 87-year-old billionaire talks about his family, philanthropy and the World Trade Center

Meet the Lady who is using her fortune to create a network of restaurants run by inmates

Pink is the website persona wealth managers need to adopt to attract a new generation of investors

What gives with studies that suggest the wealthy lack empathy?

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