Daily Archives: July 17, 2015

Shannon Bond explains why presidential campaigns are spending so much on social media platforms, Allison Schrager predicts how men will cope with a post-industrial economy, and Joe Rennison guides listeners through the Treasury flash crash of October 15th. Cardiff Garcia hosts. Credits: Rickperry.org and will.i.am Music Group.

 

David Honigmann on why Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Dolly Parton and Saint Etienne have all been drawn to Silver Dagger’s cautionary tale of heartache and “wicked loving lies”. Credits: Sugar Hill, Saint Etienne, Columbia/Legacy

 

Were the two big deals resulting from this week’s marathon diplomatic talks about Greece and Iran worth celebrating? Henry Mance reviews what the FT commentators said.

Also in the highlights of the week: drug baron Joaquin Guzman’s escape from a Mexican prison. And why hasn’t the wealth management industry realised that in many of Britain’s wealthiest households, women are the highest earners?