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Our annual Women of the Year series is both a celebration of achievement and a lens through which to understand the changing nature of leadership and power. In different ways, these women have shaped this tumultuous year — and each is sure to shape the better ones to come
Following the series ‘The home in 50 objects’, based on exhibits from London’s Museum of the Home, we turn our attention to domestic objects from all over the globe
The complete guide to eating, drinking, giving and self-caring your way to a very merry holiday this year
How the Covid-19 pandemic has transformed the labour market
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From politics, economics and history to art, food and, of course, fiction — FT writers and critics pick their favourite reads in our annual round-up of publishing highlights
The Financial Times has identified a range of European companies that have used technology to pivot their businesses to new ways of working amid the pandemic.
This series examines the way the Taliban are governing a country that has modernised and grown more complex over the past two decades
The mountains are calling. Here’s our guide to inspire your return to the slopes, from adventures in Uzbekistan to the best family ski resort you’ve never heard of
Why the market for battery-powered cars has suddenly picked up pace
Pears fit for a king, oysters cooked in beef fat, roasted grapes and rare potions with no hangovers. Plus, Jancis Robinson reads the riot act
The FT is examining whether the UK prime minister is pursuing reforms that will have a lasting impact
FT writers select the guests, venue and dishes for their dream meals
A special edition featuring Greenwich Peninsula’s new Design District, the return of 70s home classics and more
What is photography for? Here are a few answers from some of the world’s most vital artists
The Financial Times looks back at past encounters with nine Tokyo hopefuls
This summer in the city promises reopenings, rediscoveries — and a reckoning with history
The jobs market for those leaving university has been turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic. Landing a job and navigating the coming months could be tricky, if not daunting. Here we provide analysis and insights on how to get ahead
FT reporters examine the future of retail after a year disrupted by the pandemic
From furniture designer Ini Archibong to future fabrics, via department stores and Covid-era design