Daily Archives: July 3, 2015

David Honigmann explores one of the handful of songs recorded by the blues singer Robert Johnson, in which he is pursued by the Devil, society or his own demons. Credits: UMG Recordings, Inc., Blue Note Records, Universal Island Records Ltd., Not Now Music Ltd

 

Puerto Rico has been called America’s Greece, because of the ruinous scale – and nature – of its debt. Leaf Arbuthnot talks to the FT US Markets Editor Robin Wigglesworth about the problems facing the island.

 

As the pension age increases, sustaining a career until 70 is set to become a pressing issue. Emma Jacobs asks Lynda Gratton of London Business School and Chris Ball of the Shaw Trust how this can be done.

 

Henry Mance scrolls through the week’s news and offers his selection of the best of the FT podcasts. This week: a terror attack in Tunisia, Prince Alwaleed promises to give away his fortune, and an African scandal unfolds.