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Thomas Hale writes for FT Alphaville. He previously covered capital markets, and worked as a reporter in Madrid.
Before joining the FT he lived and worked in China for two years.
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The story of a US piano firm that got sucked into the world of finance.
Once at the fulcrum of social life, the instrument is losing its place in the modern home
The bank of the future becomes the bank of the past.
The interests of regulators and investors are aligned when it comes to how much money the banking sector makes.
Institutions lose loan funding if not added to watchdog’s register
Political pressure via financial assets.
Bank lent funds to PE owners of GSM London which went into administration
Greenwich School of Management received over £150m in government loans.
The UK and US governments are making moves.
Gambling meets the property market.
Closure leaves questions over financial stability of privately funded colleges
GSM London goes into administration.
How consumers accidentally became scribes.
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The rise of international student recruitment.
Having your cake and eating it.
Investors thought they'd make 10 percent returns, but may now be on the hook for ground rents and service charges.
Capturing the commercial opportunity.
Project attracted £100m but was hampered by glut of accommodation
A £4bn partnership to build thousands of homes.
Insurer plans to deliver ‘science and innovation’ districts as part of arrangement
And it's not doing very well.
That would be 2119.