FT Wealth

Search for emerging artists; Michael Bloomberg’s health kick; China’s tech investors; fantasy football in the UK

Seeking artists at the early stage of their careers has become an art in itself

‘Mr St Moritz’ on how to be an artist and manage your family office

The billionaire philanthropist has a plan to eradicate obesity

China’s first tech tycoons are donating huge sums to educate future generations

Foreword to the FT Wealth September 2017 edition

Both partners will benefit from looking hard at their own pathology before blaming the relationship

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Threats from populism, Italian banking and economic stagnation have failed to materialise

The social network might be the flag-flyer to which every undergraduate entrepreneur aspires, but it also stands as the exception

As investors get tired of finance without a face, the industry seeks to cater to the emotional need of customers

Fantasy League took off almost immediately after it was born, but where did the potential millions go?

The challenge for philanthropists is finding the most effective way to respond

Opera Ventures’ donors can support either the organisation itself or one-off projects

For Ameerh Naran, Facebook paved the way to becoming chief executive of a private jet company

Most billionaires who buy clubs are not motivated by direct financial gain

The number of acres you need to own to be in the top 100 US landowners is increasing