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The former poker player is urging more radical thinking from philanthropists
Rises in taxes on the ultra-wealthy risk being undermined by the generous tax break given for charitable donations
George Soros and other international billionaires join the Qatari royal family shaking up the bloodstock market
Although inequality is growing in many western countries, concern about it is not
We highlight 20 top in-house lawyers. Plus: should corporate lawyers do more on climate change?; why Paul Weiss pictures touched a diversity nerve; planning for flux at General Motors and DBS Bank; a sense of purpose; smaller is beautiful for some
Amazon has shattered the Google-Apple duopoly to make it to the top spot of the Top 100 global brands ranking for the first time, showing the strength of brands that leverage an ecosystem of related products. Chinese companies have also left their mark, with the likes of Didi Chuxing and Xiaomi among the new entrants to the top brands list
Every wealth manager says how stressful it is for the children of rich people to inherit money
Urban mobility is being transformed below ground, on the streets and in the air. We are presented by a range of technologies that are set to revolutionise how we travel across the megacities of the future. This first chapter of our 2050 series investigates these different visions of the future, and the practical challenges in achieving them.
For centuries, galleries and auction houses have been able to say pretty much what they like about an artist’s work, without buyers having an easy way of checking its authenticity
Developer has an eye on a bigger picture: to be mayor of Los Angeles
Masters in finance degree courses prove to be resilient in uncertain market. Plus: Brexit spells trouble for faculties; bridging the gap between healthy female representation on finance courses, but not at senior levels in industry; and why business teaching needs to turn its focus away from profit
Wealth taxes may not be as punitive as feared and might even encourage the entrepreneurial
For individual investors, the routes into private equity have become more sophisticated and varied
Investors urged to avoid loss-makers and seek those groups that make the unicorns’ businesses possible
In recent years, landlocked Paraguay has developed into South America’s star economy, with growth rates that are the envy of the region. We assess its business, political, diplomatic and social prospects and, not least, its pending and sensitive renegotiation with neighbouring Brazil of the treaty concerning the huge Itaipú dam
FT's Martin Sandbu asks what can be done to fight disinformation
Cities and governments divided on migration; smart tech and surveillance in China; architects’ designs for rebuilding Syria; mayors tackle global problems; how ‘left behind’ areas can catch up; designing for disabled people; treating knife crime as a disease; testing driverless cars in retirement towns; floating cities
Carmakers are pivoting from the combustion engine to the electric battery, from selling cars to offering car subscriptions, all the while dealing with tougher regulators and intense competition on design. How we insure cars is also expected to change as automation takes root. We consider the automobile’s uncertain future
Fast fashion and a more discerning Chinese buyer dent demand for the semi-precious gem
Chief executive Davide Traxler says half the lossmaking watch brand’s social media budget will go on China
One watchmaker is using the Cricket World Cup to reach consumers, while other brands expand in the country’s main hubs
The complex $295,000 piece takes 320 hours to assemble
National pride is changing attitudes, but Chinese watchmakers lack the marketing to compete with global rivals
One in 20 US traders shut up shop last year as listed jewellers battle declining footfall in stores
Chief executive Toshikazu Tajima blends fashion with heritage to push Japanese brand beyond Asia