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Prime minister Kishida says: reassess our economy; yen falls, inflation bites; equities offer ‘new opportunity’; Bank of Japan rates scrutinised; overseas property buyers keen to enter; population strain prompts pension action; art market surges
The FT examines the causes and effects of an increasing global resistance to antibiotics: from the pressures doctors are under to prescribe them, to what new treatments are currently in the pipeline, as well as what role can the consumer play in reducing antibiotic use in the food chain
This series tracks and highlights the most important initiatives and the policy issues that must be addressed to enable future generations to live healthier and more prosperous urban lives
How generative AI is mesmerising the legal sector. Plus: 50 innovative law firms ranked; top legal practitioners and intrapreneurs; Ukraine takes its fight to the courts; and lawyers act as advisers on finance, climate change and refugees
Many governments and business leaders have made commitments to reduce carbon emissions in response to the 2015 Paris Agreement. This series covers topics surrounding clean tech innovation, energy efficiency and internal carbon pricing
There is growing concern that AI may be weaponised by hackers to enable cyber attacks. Plus: why airlines care about connections; how to spot a deepfake; global shortage of cyber security staff; and five easy security wins
We examine how senior in-house lawyers are adapting to new business needs in a monthly series. This time: AI and governance, and the FT list of top in-house lawyers.
Just as banks are seeking more deals with fintechs, those partnerships are coming under greater scrutiny from regulators who worry that such tie-ups could open the banks and the US banking system to bad actors
Climate change helps the spread of infectious diseases. Plus: rise in fungal infections highlights risks of antimicrobial resistance; Sydney shows how to almost eliminate HIV transmission; wait goes on for effective Long Covid treatments
This monthly series, now in its second year, examines how the legal ecosystem is using new technologies and techniques to serve fast-changing needs of business. Part 3: Generative AI pioneers line up on legal tech. The series culminates in November
What are the challenges facing workers as they learn new skills? From the potential threat to jobs from artificial intelligence to the slow adoption of virtual reality in training, this report looks at how companies and employees are adapting
Watchmakers consider what place AI might have in its creative processes; a look at highly prized cartoon watches ahead of Disney’s centenary; V&A shows off jewellery behind the ‘Chanel look’; and what do luxury houses get from supporting cultural conservations?
In this edition: How AI can enhance wealth management performance; wealth managers step up as the Irish economy booms; philanthropists are rewilding unprotected land as their legacy; unique challenges facing winery owners in China; branded residences give the property sector a boost
Highly prized pieces include Gérald Genta’s Mickey Mouse designs and Audemars Piguet’s Marvel limited editions
The latest advances have prompted comparisons with past episodes of technological disruption
From models using recycled ocean plastic to lighter packaging, the watchmaker aims to set an example for the industry
SIAR has become an annual magnet for watch brands and patriotic collectors
Ever since the Richemont takeover, the watchmaker has majored on producing highly complex skeletonised and heavily-styled watches in small editions
An increasing number of houses are funding the renovation of historical sites, at the same time promoting arts and crafts
Boston Consulting Group report predicts fortunes in Asia will rise faster than the world average
The brand is tapping into high demand for its watches from that era with new designs that pay homage to them
Marquee events such as the America’s Cup and advances in timepiece-based nautical tech are spawning a wave of new models
A V&A exhibition is expected to boost the already strong market for vintage pieces by the designer
The fashion designer-turned-sculptor’s insect brooches are recent objects of affection alongside family treasures
The industry’s drive towards high-priced mechanical models has left it short of artisanal expertise
BlackRock’s application and Grayscale’s court victory stirred the crypto world, but such investment vehicles look very vanilla
Following similar success stories in South America, rich rewilders in Europe are establishing national parks as a way to secure their investments in perpetuity
Strong economic growth has boosted prosperity and increased the demand for financial planning and investment advice
The Law Commission’s review is expected to take a hard look at the favourable treatment given to the spouse of the main breadwinner
Financier Ken Costa argues the millennials and Gen-Z generations are unsuited to managing capital because of their left-wing views
Apartments adjacent to hotels have access to in-room services and other luxury facilities
A passion for viniculture — and lots of money — is needed in a challenging climate and difficult market
Wealth managers are embracing AI as a research tool and for improving client relations — but does it have the magic touch?
What the Britain’s Healthiest Workplace data tell us about the nation’s wellbeing, as tough economic times beckon. Also: counting the cost of rising long-term sickness on the economy; how organisations can tackle rising levels of exhaustion and retain staff; workspace designers are going all out on domesticity
Climate change is starting to hit hard. How will it affect the world’s farmland? Plus: warning labels for unhealthy food; robots that weed; making biodiversity pay; food tracing start-ups; high hopes for agritourism; houses — and more — of straw
US export controls risk fuelling Chinese innovation. Plus: defence chiefs fear running out of munitions; western business helps Ukraine confront Russian cyber; competition and climate security; US gains in energy transition; China’s art of surprise.
A truce between the PGA and the Saudi sovereign wealth fund looks far from secure. Plus: how to make the sport more accessible for women; a Columbia Business School professor who revolutionised the game’s analytics; off-course golf points way to the future