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How To Spend It, the FT’s luxury lifestyle magazine, has been named National Colour Supplement of the Year at the Newspaper Awards for the 13th time.
How to Spend It was uniformly described as ‘outstanding in every respect’ and acknowledged as the ultimate, high-end glossy.
St Clements Press, which prints the FT in London, was commended as Newspaper Printer of the Year. The Newspaper Awards celebrate success in news media production.
Andrew Jack received the 2013 Media Award of the European Organisation for Rare Diseases (EURORDIS). The award was given in recognition of Andrew’s contribution to better understanding rare diseases and the issues of those living with rare diseases. EURODIS awards are voted for by the organisation’s Board of Directors, based on nominations received from EURODIS’ European member base.
NEW YORK: 25 February 2013: The Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) awarded the Financial Times with three prizes in its annual Best in Business contest announced today. The competition, which recognises the year’s finest business news coverage and commentary, attracted more than 1,100 entries from leading news organisations, making 2012 the most competitive year in the history of the contest.
Martin Dickson, US Managing Editor of the FT, commented: “It is an honor to be recognized by our peers, especially during such a storied year in business, finance and economic journalism. These wins are testament to the FT’s mission of providing our readers with the highest quality journalism in whichever format they choose. We are extremely proud of this achievement.”
The Financial Times was recognised in the following categories:
- “Explanatory” – If Greece Goes…, FT series:
- “Columnist” – John Gapper
Further information about SABEW’s Best in Business Contest, including a full list of winners, can be found here.
The article, written by John Ficenec, Dominic Picarda and former IC editor Jonathan Eley – explains the importance of asset allocation as a source of investment returns.
The award was voted for by CFA charterholders.
Five young journalists from the Financial Times Group were named in MHP Communication’s 30 to Watch 2013. The awards aim to recognise the contribution of young journalists to the UK media industry whose work is making a real impact in their sector or area of expertise.
The FT winners were: