Daily Archives: October 10, 2016

Originally sung by slaves, the spiritual became a jazz and blues hit in the 1960s, with a cover by the British blues-rock musician Graham Bond.

Credits: Repertoire Records, Isis, Edition Ahorn, UMC

 

Lopo Champalimaud, wanted to expand his online marketplace for health treatments rapidly across Europe. He chose the unusual route of recruiting other entrepreneurs who provided both local knowledge, an existing customer base – and a new name for the business.

 

To celebrate the FT’s Business Book of the Year Award, our star columnists recommend six classic business books and challenge listeners to read them in 12 weeks. In episode two, John Thornhill, the FT’s innovation editor, discusses David Nasaw’s biography of Andrew Carnegie. Sarah Gordon, the FT’s business editor, pitches the next book, ‘Barbarians at the Gate’ by Bryan Burrough and John Helyar.