Announcements

  • FT seasonal appeal raises $1.6m for Action Against Hunger

    The Financial Times’ 2010/11 seasonal appeal has raised $1.6 million for Action Against Hunger/ACF International, a charity working to fight child malnutrition and its causes.

    The appeal ran from November to the end of January, with coverage of the charity’s work throughout December. 

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  • The Financial Times launches Brazil Confidential

    The Financial Times today announces the launch of Brazil Confidential, a new premium digital research service offering exclusive analysis and insights into one of the world’s most exciting emerging markets. Brazil Confidential is a subscription-only digital report and website, bringing together analysis and research from an extensive network of specialist correspondents, researchers, business leaders, government contacts and other sources. The service will launch globally on 4th February 2011.

    Richard Lapper, editor of Brazil Confidential, said: “Brazil Confidential is an important new digital publication for the Financial Times. Subscribers will have an insider view into investment opportunities, helping them to make more informed investment decisions. Unbiased reliable research will keep readers current on key debates and provide invaluable new insights including access to data, surveys and the work of the best Brazilian researchers and analysts.” 

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  • Gene revolution brings Oxford London Lecture to life

    Oxford University, in association with the Financial Times, last night staged the first of an annual series of lectures in London. The series aims to connect a wide audience with research emerging from the University, showing how that research is immediately relevant to topics of significant public importance. The Financial Times itself is dedicated to understanding and explaining the modern world and how science impacts public policy.

    Professor Peter Donnelly, interviewed in the FT’s weekly science podcast by Clive Cookson, talked about The Gene Revolution, the extraordinary recent advances in human genetics and their potential to improve healthcare, together with the challenges they bring for the individual and society.

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