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  1. Wearable technology is transforming the way people communicat...
    May 22, 2015



    Wearables at work - the next frontier?

    Wearable technology is transforming the way people communicate, keep fit and socialise. The FT’s Sarah O' Connor explains59secs

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    Riding a tuk tuk in Sittwe

    An ethnic Rohingya Muslim woman looking back as she rides a tuk tuk near a camp set up outside the city of Sittwe inAnnabel Cook

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    Poland’s president warns of risk to economy if rival wins election

    Poland’s president has warned that his country’s voters could put at risk a decade of economic and political success in aHenry Foy and Zosia Wąsik in Warsaw

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    NYSE liquidity drive pushes midday auction

    The New York Stock Exchange plans to institute a midday auction in an effort to boost liquidity in thinly traded stocks. TheBy Nicole Bullock and Philip Stafford in New York

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    Why ‘pedigree’ students get the best jobs

    This month, some Brooklyn-based friends have been touring New York’s top selective public high schools to assess whetherGillian Tett

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    Why democratic elections are always flawed

    Most Britons are unhappy with the result of the UK general election. That is the logical conclusion, given that 63 per centTim Harford

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    Recipe: petits pois à la française and petits pois à l’anglaise

    In 1985, when FT Weekend was born, I was the head chef of a French restaurant in the City of London called Le Poulbot.Rowley Leigh

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    Douglas Coupland: Red dot

    I’ve always felt vaguely embarrassed for cats chasing the red laser-pointer dot on the floor. We like to think of cats asDouglas Coupland

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    Meet the dean: François Bonvalet, Toulouse Business School

    François Bonvalet knows how to pick his business schools. Until its merger with the business school in Rouen to createDella Bradshaw

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    Why Sepp Blatter is a genius

    The hotel concierge — der Portier, in German — is a recognisably Swiss type. Some people even say he embodies Switzerland.Simon Kuper

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