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An easy way to integrate FT news into the classroom

  • Comment on FT articles and share academic notes with your class and a global community of students and business schools
  • Bring subjects to life with up-to-date news and information, connecting current events with course principles
  • Equip students with the international experience and awareness needed to implement global strategy and work in cross-cultural environments
Explain

Add notes on FT articles to provide background or explanations of key points to help your class understand the implications of news stories.

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Develop discussion points for your class by annotating relevant articles and asking for comments from your students.

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Below is a list of featured content recommended for you to read and comment on.

Apr 25, 2015

Week in Review, April 25

Fears over Credit Suisse equity overshadow strong earnings, tech pioneer takes Rolls-Royce helm, Goldman executive settles discrimination case, Associated British Foods and Tate & Lyle in a sticky patch and more corporate news

Apr 25, 2015

HSBC threatens to move headquarters from UK

Shareholders welcomed the announcement, saying the bank levy and regulatory reforms had undermined the rationale for staying in the UK. Take part in our poll: what do you think of HSBC's announcement to review its headquarters location?

Apr 25, 2015

AstraZeneca forced to defend cancer drug deal with Celgene

Drugmaker accused of trading future growth for short-term gains. Chief said such deals were crucial to getting drugs to market as fast as possible, particularly in areas such as blood cancer where AstraZeneca had little expertise

Apr 25, 2015

Flash crash: Lone trader seen as ‘a strange character but genius’

Arrest of Navinder Singh Sarao has revived criticism of the market oversight by the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and other regulators — and prompted some to ask whether Mr Sarao has been made a scapegoat while the role of larger players has gone unpunished

Apr 25, 2015

The US shale revolution

How it changed the world and why nothing will ever be the same again. Listen to our podcast: the US shale industry has transformed the outlook for US energy security, created tens of thousands of high-paying jobs, and rattled the leaders of rival oil-producing countries from Riyadh to Caracas

Apr 25, 2015

Your weekend read: Breakfast with the FT - Hervé Falciani

HSBC whistleblower, who fears for his life, maintains he wanted to expose a 'broken' banking system, 'which encouraged tax evasion'. After years of deliberation and planning, a group called 'the Network' had given him the technical expertise to steal data from the bank and the legal knowledge to make them public

Apr 25, 2015

Bonus video: US full-time MBA faces scrutiny

Matthew Slaughter, next dean of the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, talks to FT Business Education Editor Della Bradshaw about what has changed over a 100 years to still make an MBA a worthwhile investment

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