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Organisations want to recruit skilled and clever people and then encourage them to contribute to the full. By promoting diversity and social mobility in the workplace they can hope to attract the best employees — and keep them

In this report, why a third of the world’s food is wasted on the journey from ‘farm to fork’; modified salmon opens the floodgates to consumption of GM animals; scientists call for beetles, crickets and caterpillars to join the menu of human staples

In this edition: Lights! Camera! Art! Adviser Lisa Schiff on the connections behind Hollywood’s best private collections. Also: Britpop fortunes; whisky investing; and property for the apocalypse

The proportion of the global business jet fleet up for sale has fallen to levels not seen since before the worldwide financial crisis. Yet, while the sector is keen to view this as a sign of the good times returning, market messages are mixed

Investors leap into new strategies such as smart beta, which minimises expenses on salaries, research and trading while trying to beat the index

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Four senior FT writers describe how businesses will have to weather startling changes over the next decade

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