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Business schools are coming under increasing pressure to prioritise sustainability, purpose and responsibility in their programmes, while funds such as BlackRock are pushing sustainability in their investments.
The office is evolving, but are we more productive? We look at what motivates employees and how leaders get things done. Plus: canteens get a refresh, hiring by algorithm, future-proofed corporate culture, and gig work shakes up white-collar jobs
For a long time the business of economic and financial sanctions was relatively sedate. Then came Donald Trump. This FT special report investigates how global businesses, banks and economies are faring amid US regulations and opposing regimes
With the adoption of fifth generation mobile networks, AI and the Internet of Things, cities are becoming more connected by the day. How can ‘smart cities’ navigate the challenges ahead?
The consultancies most recommended by clients and peers, rated by sector and specialism. Plus: millennial professionals’ search for meaning; weighing consultants’ worth; the conflict of interest debate; a call for courage on diversity; HS2 blurs consultancy lines; Brexit and fees
Video games offer way for luxury brands to level up. Plus: Swatch weighs options after ban on parts sales; watchmakers target Asian buyers; Ronnie Wood on designing a watch range; movie magic can make for must-have jewellery
Vertical farming grows up in Japan; hazelnut sourcing spreads discontent for Nutella; on the frontline of Amazon deforestation; scientists scratch the surface of what makes soil tick; Nigeria’s deadly conflict over fertile lands; Costa Rica’s ‘magical’ mix of agroforestry
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This year’s Davos World Economic Forum is staged amid critical environmental and geopolitical concerns. We analyse hopes for greener finance easing the politics of climate change, US-China tensions, demands for more responsible capitalism and other key themes
This final chapter of our series investigates the future of security including: cyber experts’ race to keep up with hackers; how humans will adapt to the chaos brought on by climate change; and why flu is mostly likely to cause a pandemic.
FT correspondents dissect the common challenges facing the world from the cyber arms race to the migration crisis; they ask whether the governance tools available are fit for purpose
Narrowing pay gaps curb offshoring trend; Russia vying to be a major destination for foreign students; state support drives Belarus’ IT success; India ramps up legal training for graduates; Mexico boosts job apprenticeship scheme; Africa’s IT skills dilemma; crypto scam exposes gaps in financial literacy
India is looking abroad as its economic growth slows. But can the Asian powerhouse improve its tax system, boost renewable energy generation and embrace international trade deals? This FT special report investigates
Silicon Valley founders stand out with their appetite for risk
The ESG business space is reckoned to be worth more than $32tn
Up to 50bn tonnes of sand is being mined every year, according to the UN
We reveal the winners of Britain’s Healthiest Workplace Awards and discuss how organisations are dealing with employee problems ranging from stress and mental ill health to menopause and poor sleep
Switzerland’s largest watchmaker fights for right to keep supplying movements to third parties
The Rolling Stones guitarist on swapping a life of hell-raising for creating rock-themed horological designs
Designers and retailers are responding to the growing demand for gem boxes
Karl-Friedrich Scheufele talks about Chopard’s ethical stance
A watch for continent-crossing drives once associated with playboys of the 1960s
Couples look to the movies for inspiration when it comes to wedding jewellery
Rare ‘Jedi’ find hooks boat entrepreneur into the world of watches
Luxury brands capitalise on popularity of games by offering virtual items for real money
Brands pander to Chinese tastes with limited edition releases
Trade body commissions independent sustainability standards pilot to counter critics
The US justice system is being politicised on all sides, at all levels. Plus: top 10 legal innovators; three ways to improve gender diversity in firms; protecting immigrants’ rights; preserving attorney-client privilege; deals lawyers’ skills
Exports and competitiveness shield business from political storms; FDI flows into technology; supply squeeze revives construction; Barcelona lures tech start-ups; manufacturers grapple with digital change; innovation in law
Rapid advances in technology from bioelectronics to gene therapy offer new ways to treat many illnesses. But medical breakthroughs bring with them new questions of pricing, access and scientific responsibility
Salesforce chief paints himself as progressive but reveals little about his motives
In this edition: Rich young Asians find their own groove; risks in accepting tainted donations; Hongkongers view Brexit Britain as a haven; securing a fortune in the absence of a will
Research that suggests the link between pay and job satisfaction is weak at best
Cheap index trackers are increasingly part of portfolios
The apparent idiocy of some equity valuations reflects an almost comical bond market
The collapse in the company’s valuation has implications for investors in start-ups
Champion sailor Ben Ainslie worries about growing financial barriers to entry
Formed more than 30m years ago, the Amazon basin acts as one of the few remaining natural bulwarks against climate change. This report explores why and how the Amazon matters to the entire world and what can be done to conserve it for future generations