© The Financial Times Ltd 2015 FT and 'Financial Times' are trademarks of The Financial Times Ltd.
Wearable technology is transforming the way people communicate, keep fit and socialise. The FT’s Sarah O' Connor explains59secs
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
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
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
This month, some Brooklyn-based friends have been touring New York’s top selective public high schools to assess whetherGillian Tett
Most Britons are unhappy with the result of the UK general election. That is the logical conclusion, given that 63 per centTim Harford
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
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
François Bonvalet knows how to pick his business schools. Until its merger with the business school in Rouen to createDella Bradshaw
The hotel concierge — der Portier, in German — is a recognisably Swiss type. Some people even say he embodies Switzerland.Simon Kuper
Video clips that closely match your search
Business schools must have adequate student numbers to ...
Saudi Arabia’s oil-free outlook, Irish vote on same-sex...
James Mackintosh on speculation and equities