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Financial Times
What Ruth Porat’s move to Google from Morgan Stanley reveals
Chart: US oil rig decline slows to a trickle (12 taken off line in latest week)
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Tumult at the Telegraph: an establishment newspaper's search for identity in a digital world
New: London property slowdown gathers momentum
Just published: front page of the Financial Times UK edition Fri Mar 27
Just published: front page of the Financial Times US edition Fri Mar 27
Kraft’s sticky problem: American cheese. Here's our US national editor's take:
@ft_weekend: Lewis Carroll's legacy lives on in Oxford - or is good for a bit of spare tourist change at least. (Photo by Neville Hawcock) #oxlitfest #oxfordliteraryfestival #books #ftbooks
The Kraft deal shows how Warren Buffett's invesment style is changing
Column: How Silicon Valley is seizing customers
Prince Charles' letters to government ministers should be made public, UK’s top court rules
BBC drops Clarkson. We look at why he drives TV bosses to distraction:
Just published: front page of the Financial Times UK edition Thu Mar 26
'Becoming Steve Jobs': FT's @tim on the 'mess of contradictions' who co-founded Apple
Just published: front page of the Financial Times US edition Thu Mar 26
Tech industry change: Instead of building plumbing for others companies sell products directly
UK coalition government wound up with crisps and ale. We look at the highs and lows:
For the past two years, 3.50pm in Hong Kong has been a golden moment in the soaring fortunes of Hanergy Thin Film Power Group, the $35.5bn solar company that has transformed its owner into China's richest man. Financial experts say it is unlikely that this unusual pattern is happening by chance. Re
Jeremy Clarkson will leave the motoring show Top Gear after this month. The BBC has said it would not be renewing his contract, after the star presenter launched an unprovoked physical attack on a producer. Mr Clarkson has presented Top Gear since 1988. Read more here:
Free to read: The mysterious late-day share price surge in China’s biggest solar group
It is a good measure of confidence - US workers' "quit rate" back at pre-crisis levels:
If western sanctions on Iran are lifted, 1m more barrels a day could come onto the oil market:
PM Abe post @FT interview on abenomics, China, ww2 anniversary and going for broke in #japan #abenomics
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