Monthly Archives: October 2016

Mark Carney, Bank of England governor, has endured a barrage of criticism over his forecasts about the economic cost of Brexit. At a time of uncertainty over the terms of Britain’s departure from the EU, many see him as an indispensable source of stability and he is expected to make clear this week that he is willing to stay on until the end of his eight year term. Barney Thompson discusses the controversy with Chris Giles, FT economics editor.

 

Mark Carney, Bank of England governor, has endured a barrage of criticism over his forecasts about the economic cost of Brexit. At a time of uncertainty over the terms of Britain’s departure from the EU, many see him as an indispensable source of stability and he is expected to make clear this week that he is willing to stay on until the end of his eight year term. Barney Thompson discusses the controversy with Chris Giles, FT economics editor.

 

Nuno Sebastiao had trouble finding European backers for his untested tech start-up based in Portugal. But he found US investors more willing to take a gamble because they understood the technology behind Feedzai’s fraud detection service.

 

Snippets of Isaac Hayes’ classic were used by trip-hop pioneers Portishead and Tricky. Richard Clayton tells the life of a sample.

Credits: Decca, Universal Music, Virgin EMI

 

With Martin Wolf and Janan Ganesh of the Financial Times, plus political adviser Julian Glover and Rupert Harrison of BlackRock. Presented by Sebastian Payne.

 

Financial Times World Tech Founders is a new series on entrepreneurs in emerging markets. Founders talk about the rewards and challenges of starting up a business in countries such as Egypt, Tanzania and China.

 

Researchers Colin Camerer and Cary Frydman recently uncovered new facts about the psychological and neuroscientific processes that influence our financial decision making habits. They join host Cardiff Garcia to discuss further.

 

Researchers Colin Camerer and Cary Frydman recently uncovered new facts about the psychological and neuroscientific processes that influence our financial decision making habits. They join host Cardiff Garcia to discuss further.

 

As the presidential campaign draws to a close, the FT’s Courtney Weaver and Shawn Donnan discuss what to expect in the days after the election, from possible cabinet appointments to the future of the Republican party to the fate of Paul Ryan’s political career. Sign up for the FT White House Countdown email newsletter at FT.com/NBE

 

As the presidential campaign draws to a close, the FT’s Courtney Weaver and Shawn Donnan discuss what to expect in the days after the election, from possible cabinet appointments to the future of the Republican party to the fate of Paul Ryan’s political career. Sign up for the FT White House Countdown email newsletter at FT.com/NBE