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Napoleon Hill talks about his meeting with Andrew Carnegie
The FT’s Robert Armstrong questions the significance of Berkshire Hathaway's stake in Apple and how it fits with the company's strategy of investing in value stocks.
Apple is spending $1bn for a minority stake in Didi Chuxing, Uber's main rival in China. Robert Armstrong, the FT's head of Lex, and writer Giles Wilkes discuss whether the investment can drive Apple's success in China.
Europe’s competition commissioner has blocked CK Hutchison’s proposed £10bn acquisition of the 02 mobile network in the UK, which it had planned to merge with its own mobile business, Three. Lex’s Robert Armstrong and Alan Livsey debate whether it’s good news.
Lex's Robert Armstrong analyses the advertising prospects and state of finances at some of the world's biggest newspapers, including the New York Times, and at publisher News Corp.
Big players from the technology sector have reported a wide range of results. Lex's Robert Armstrong and Giles Wilkes discuss the changing fortunes of tech's top operators
LONDON — The first black female garden designer in the 103-year history of the Chelsea Flower Show has won a gold medal.
Juliet Sargeant's "Modern Slavery" garden — in the "Fresh Garden" category — was designed to raise awareness of the plight of people in Britain being held captive and forced to work. The brightly coloured doors and flowers look like those of a normal British street, but they surround a bleak centre.
As anticipation rises for the new season of Top Gear, the BBC have released the official trailer for the first episode.
Staring Chris Evans, the preview shows him in a Viper ACR, which he describes as a "handful to drive."
Four years ago Chris Palmer was left paralysed after a long battle with cancer, leaving him fearful he wouldn't be able to walk his daughter, Heather, down the aisle on her wedding day.
However his dream to get her down aisle became a reality on May 21 when Palmer used a £90,000 ($131,000) robotic suit made by Rex Bionics to walk unaided on the special day.
"It's wonderful I can do this — it's fulfilling something that dads do," he said.
It's not every day you get to make a bold political statement to a world leader, but a professional rapper got her chance during U.S. President Barack Obama's visit to Vietnam.
On Wednesday, during a question-and-answer session with Obama in Ho Chi Minh City, 26-year-old rapper Suboi stood up to ask him some questions, but he stopped her and asked her bust out a couple of lines first.
"Do you need a little beat?" Obama asked, before beatboxing a short bass line to get her started.
She smiled, offering him a choice of Vietnamese or English, and he chose Vietnamese, but added that he wouldn't know what she was saying. Read more...
A survivor of the Bataclan massacre has called out Jesse Hughes, the lead singer of Eagles of Death Metal, for indulging in "racist, hateful comments."
In a long open letter on Facebook, Ismael El Iraki, who was one of the 1,500 fans at the band's Nov. 13 gig in the Parisian venue, accused Hughes of becoming a "spreader of hate."
"I love your music, your concerts mostly (such fun, wild shows) and man, I never thought that you would become one of those spreaders of fear," he wrote, in reference to an interview with Taki Magazine in which Hughes claimed Bataclan security members were involved in the shooting.