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Financial Times
Obituary of John Nash, the economist and mathematician who inspired the film A Beautiful Mind
Timeline: Fifa World Cup corruption case reopened
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The FT's Lucy Kellaway recalls her first-ever column - written 30 years ago #ftweekend30