FT Wealth

In this edition: Ertharin Cousin, former UN chief, on fighting global food poverty. Also: Financing cyber security; India’s liberal arts univeristy; Chinese succession planning

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Entrepreneurs set up an institution to promote original thinking they feel the country lacks

US foundations still need persuading to help protect online privacy

Painters, musicians, writers and dancers are all employed for the benefit of wealthy visitors

The former UN World Food Programme head who is exploring new ways to end world hunger

Wealthy clients tap Baird & Co for bespoke items made from precious materials

The capital is seeing a growing number of unsold upmarket apartments

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The nature of philanthropy is becoming more diverse across the US

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