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Do you harbour ambitions to return to academic study? It is never too late to get your head back in the books
Our guide to the best of the new season’s collections
As Taipei Dangdai opens for its second edition, we look at the fairs, auctions and people shaping the art market in Taiwan and beyond
From investing in climate change to new ways to think about retirement, our most-read stories of the year
Was 2019 the year the corporate world started to think seriously about prioritising values over value?
The EU is changing the way it develops new industries as it tries to deal with competition from China and the US. The initiatives include support for electric battery production, the internationalisation of the euro and the greening of trade policy
The FT-Peterson US Economic Monitor tracks US voter sentiment about the economy and more ahead of the 2020 election
Our columnist’s guide to the best festive fizz, reds and whites, and sweet and strong wines
Learn from the experts as they reveal their tips and sources for making your home beautiful
Crazy cookies, Chinese mince pies and Uzbek winter melons: the Yuletide joys of giving and receiving
The techniques used by modernist architects have some enduring appeal
Posh pub games, postwar café culture and how to do art in Zone 5 — plus a guide to what’s on this winter
Forget the millennials — a new generation of disruptors is on the move
From Ronan Farrow to Dolly Parton, Fiona Sturges selects the best audio content from around the world
New lifts, new hotels and new adventures in our pre-season dispatch from the mountains
As the Fiac fair opens, here’s our guide to the artists, collectors and gallerists shaping the scene in the French capital
Pink champagne, slow-cooked rabbit and René Redzepi’s mission to change the world
Frieze London and Frieze Masters kick-off a week of exhibition openings and art fairs in the UK capital. We report on the trends and sales, and speak to artists, collectors and gallerists
Business are under pressure to go beyond the pursuit of pure shareholder value. The FT examines the difficult trade-offs they must make to survive into an uncertain future.
The people, trends and events shaping the art world — from the PAD art fair to the auctions and exhibitions
Reacting to robots, redefining our relationship with animals and revealing the things that are killing us now — a special series
From magnificent maximalist interiors to stand-out new shapes and styles, your essential guide to the London Design Festival
From Joaquin Phoenix in Joker to Steven Soderbergh’s money laundering satire The Laundromat, we review this year’s highlights
Should business be worried about Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister?