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Obituary of John Nash, the economist and mathematician who inspired the film A Beautiful Mind on.ft.com/1Knut0v pic.twitter.com/K726vasNn4
Timeline: Fifa World Cup corruption case reopened on.ft.com/1Q9Q5iy pic.twitter.com/de5w7kZIvR
New York’s ‘Lowline’ - read about the man behind the world’s first subterranean park on.ft.com/1LIjvUo pic.twitter.com/Lh0qH3eNW6
Comment: Sepp Blatter is a genius because he realised westerners don’t matter any more on.ft.com/1KnuWzK pic.twitter.com/codM77GHFY
A further downward drift in the dollar stands to complicate policy for many central banks on.ft.com/1euzqdT pic.twitter.com/szEeKrioLR
Most-read right now - US indicts 14 in ‘$150m’ Fifa corruption probe on.ft.com/1cikTQN pic.twitter.com/4sb6zwvbIh
LinkedIn's co-founder on why acquiring proven entrepreneurs is a smart way to innovate on.ft.com/1ciaLHS pic.twitter.com/PjVe1g8KKn
The FT's Lucy Kellaway recalls her first-ever column - written 30 years ago on.ft.com/1PMCKlA #ftweekend30 pic.twitter.com/qkg1IlDb2p
Is London's new US embassy typical of the hostile cities we are creating? on.ft.com/1KzfMe6 #GlobalCities2015 pic.twitter.com/i0dn2XwMoF
Lack of sleep found to lower employees’ productivity on.ft.com/1LIik7p pic.twitter.com/5dncigRlTV
#FTWeekend is 30: revisit 1985 (year of 'Back to the Future') to see how things have changed on.ft.com/1PMDwPw pic.twitter.com/XlJDRl9PmU
Why the benefits of the consumer windfall from falling oil prices have so far been elusive on.ft.com/1euAf6t pic.twitter.com/0CoTD9mYXz
Most-read via social media on Monday - John Nash, economist and mathematician, 1928-2015 on.ft.com/1KnetLX pic.twitter.com/jeWvDdVl1I
Our most-read article on Monday - Iran commander warns of Isis threat to its security on.ft.com/1ci6AMf pic.twitter.com/ydAWhUlQ1f
Most commented-on article right now - Martin Wolf: Why finance is too much of a good thing on.ft.com/1Q9CjMZ pic.twitter.com/39ZGKBOCRs
Good morning from London. Our lead story - Six Fifa officials arrested on US graft charges on.ft.com/1LI7U7T pic.twitter.com/k11vUoo0RU
For snapshots of life in the world's megacities, see our interactive graphic on.ft.com/1F8ERVs #GlobalCities2015 pic.twitter.com/ypAK44Ho0t
FT Money's editor was listening to Duran Duran when readers worried about golf club bonds on.ft.com/1PKA3ke pic.twitter.com/ngxrxgA5t4
Four countries that would prefer a stronger US dollar to help avert slowing economic activity on.ft.com/1cXZqxf pic.twitter.com/1BTTtxENXL
Are the 'burbs bouncing back? Life on the urban fringe needs a plan on.ft.com/1Q8EmRo #GlobalCities2015 pic.twitter.com/MLTGrIOqya
For the first time in human history, more people now live in cities than in rural areas on.ft.com/1JUB4Sc pic.twitter.com/VRLe59B685
'The Wild West flavour of investing in China will be known to anyone who can spell IPO' on.ft.com/1LFLOCN pic.twitter.com/y0Zm3lADxO
Are our cities' public areas falling into private hands? on.ft.com/1JULIbA #GlobalCities2015 pic.twitter.com/Xh4aTOooJ1
The FT's Lucy Kellaway recalls her first-ever column - written 30 years ago on.ft.com/1F8rR2f #ftweekend30 pic.twitter.com/roBFnwrMtW