Announcements

  • The Financial Times and Pearson launch “FT in education”

    New republishing database and licence agreement enables FT content to be used across Pearson’s educational publishing.

    The Financial Times and Pearson today announced the launch of FT in education, an initiative that will make the FT’s world-class journalism more easily accessible for customers of Pearson, the world’s leading learning company.

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  • FT launches new careers site

    The Financial Times has launched a new careers site with job vacancies and information about working at the FT: www.careersatft.com

    The redesigned site features the latest job vacancies easily searchable by location and industry, insights into life at the FT, plus information for graduates and interns. There are details of benefits, training and development opportunities. Applicants can register and login to find out more.

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  • Financial Times premium audience grows with addition of mobile apps

    The Financial Times today announces the latest figure for its Average Daily Global Audience (ADGA), which for the first time includes users of smartphone and tablet apps. Every day 2.1m people read FT content in print, online and through mobile apps around the globe, and the addition of new channels contributed to growth in excess of 9% year on year. Importantly, almost a quarter of a million readers (11%) access two or more channels every day.

    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 base as well as ABC circulation figures. The number is divided into channels as well as regions with almost 1.7m in print readership, 600,000 online and 25,000 for smart phone and tablet apps. Duplicated consumption is removed and PwC provides independent assurance.

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  • Exclusive research launched at ‘Brazil’s China Connection’ panel debate

    On October 4, the Financial Times and Brazil Confidential hosted a panel debate and reception in New York City to mark the release of exclusive research on the growing relationship between China and Brazil. Gillian Tett, US Managing Editor of the FT, opened the evening and Richard Lapper, Editor of Brazil Confidential, followed with a presentation on his findings.

    The panel was comprised of high caliber experts including Mario Garnero, Chairman of Brasilinvest, Persio Arida of BTG Pactual, Alan Taylor, Professor of Economics at the University of Virginia, and Richard Lapper. It was chaired by Paulo Sotero, Director of the Brazil Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC.

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