FT Wealth: Entrepreneurs

Once a year, FT Wealth produces a special edition focused on entrepreneurship

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Women entrepreneurs hope that a greater pool of investors will bring more diversity and less sexism

The reality and stresses of start-up life are often overlooked

Luxury homes have morphed into a global currency — a tangible asset with cachet

Large festivals are giving way to smaller, more manageable events

Business owners can find it difficult to divert attention to charity

To a demonstrable majority of present-day advisers, ESG criteria at least appear obvious

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There’s a commonly held view that the rich are very careful with their money. But are entrepreneurs different to ‘traditional’ rich people?

What if there was a tax aimed at entrepreneurs selling their companies at prices so high they are going to create unspendable levels of wealth?

Movie-makers are hoping to enlist audiences for reducing inequality, promoting civil rights, tackling climate change and a myriad of other narrower causes

A singular ambition may deliver the returns of a Facebook or a Tesla, but a singular disregard for other shareholders’ interests

The business owner has spent years building their business and it’s everything they know: it’s hard to figure out what to do next

An influx of big capital has meant more modern and luxurious experiences for holidaymakers

Emilie Bellet set up Vestpod, a start-up digital platform that aims to empower one million women financially

It is essential for entrepreneurs to talk to their children about wealth

The GMO co-founder has pledged 98 per cent of his wealth to an environmental foundation

The way we approach our finances could all be down to psychology