Announcements

  • FT unveils new innovative audience measure

    The Financial Times today launches the estimated Average Daily Global Audience (ADGA). With independent assurance from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the model measures the number of people globally who, on an average day, read FT journalism in print and online.

    ADGA uses a combination of sources including syndicated national and regional readership surveys, unique user and browser data, FT research based on large samples of its reader/user base as well as ABC circulation figures. Duplicated consumption is removed and PwC, who also audit the FT’s ABC figures, provides independent assurance

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  • Financial Times expands pool of top talent

    The Financial Times today announces a series of editorial appointments, including a roster for the new FT Weekend team following Caroline Daniel’s appointment as FT Weekend editor.

    Sue Matthias joins as editor of FT Magazine, published with FT Weekend. She is a former assistant editor of the Independent on Sunday and deputy editor of the New Statesman, and was acting editor of the Guardian Weekend Magazine for six months in 2009.

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  • Financial Times Holds Its Annual Business of Luxury Summit in Beverly Hills

    Speakers include Robert Iger, President & CEO, Disney; Diane Von Furstenberg; Leonard Lauder; Tamara Mellon, Founder & President, Jimmy Choo; Marissa Mayer, Vice President, Google

    NEW YORK: The Financial Times will host its sixth annual Business of Luxury Summit on June 13-15, 2010, at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Los Angeles, CA. Chaired by Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times, the event will bring together business leaders of the world’s luxury industry and senior financiers to debate key issues facing the global luxury sector. Previous Summits have been held in Las Vegas, Shanghai, Venice, Tokyo and Monte Carlo.

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