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Travis Kalanick’s successor has been praised as a diplomat not a disrupter. But can he deliver innovation and a profitable future too?
The decision to globally standardise the celebrated console’s controller buttons is a game-changer
Will shifting demographics and anti-Trump energy be enough to reverse the state’s long Republican dominance?
An unfinished book found in Dutch photographer’s archives is just one of the discoveries on show
When the pandemic struck, many countries were ill-prepared. As a second wave hits, what have they learnt from their early decisions?
‘These beauties are full of sweet and surprising flavours that will see you through a lean winter’
An ‘inauthentic’ but exquisite variation on a dish from Puglia
Dry, hot summers and earlier harvests have upended the calendars of winemakers in the region
We should all spend more time considering the prospect of failure and what we might do about it
‘A regular “circuit-breaker” requires not just two weeks of social spinach but five weeks of self-discipline’
Forget the Zooming classes fleeing to the country. This exodus could reshape city life for years to come
‘The president has found a way to make it up to America’s farming community: record subsidies’
How Sam Buckley regains composure and restores order when things get a little too chaotic in the kitchen
Michel de Montaigne is the presiding spirit and Elizabeth David rustles up rustic French cuisine
Our ‘Round on the Links’ quiz tests your ability to draw connections. Thinking caps on!
‘Any form of surveillance creates a pool of data that bad actors can try to access’
Jancis Robinson on how the UK has been making great strides in winemaking
For 22 years, the Frenchman lived and breathed managing the club. ‘I was not completely normal,’ he tells Simon Kuper
For all its simplicity, ‘tortilla de patatas’ is a thing of beauty and the ultimate comfort food
The photographer explores her family's migration from post-Soviet Russia to Santa Barbara using a cast of actors
The FT’s work and careers columnist gets dressed up for a summer’s night of grilled prawns, champagne and Otis
‘Haugh’s friendly style of Irish cooking seems simple but involves a lot of preparation’
Supreme Court politics and 2020 election fears are heating up the debate over the future of the US and its founding creed
‘Brexit focus groups show people still want to take back control but confess to national despair’
Art allows us to journey beyond our restricted daily lives into imaginative realms
‘One could take a positive view of the advert, which is not only defying gender stereotypes but encouraging people to think of other paths’
This dish works well with any type of grape — so make the most of the interesting table varieties you can find at this time of year
There’s growing demand for platforms that provide greater access to celebrities
Much mourned when it closed in 2018, the Soho institution has been revived by the team behind Noble Rot
It is gorgeous and often underpriced — but the industry has been badly hamstrung since March
For more than 30,000 years the region’s indigenous peoples have harnessed its scarce resources to create tools and soulful works of art