The edge of intelligence: the strategy behind business use of market intelligence
Market intelligence helps businesses to understand the needs of their customers, accelerate their growth, and adapt quickly to evolving environments. But many need help to capture these dividends. The FT's latest report explores further.
Connecting the dots on global news events is a crucial component of what distinguishes the Financial Times from competing US news publications – particularly in industries like energy, which sits at the intersection of business and geopolitics.
Our direct relationship with readers - including world leaders and the most influential people in business - sets us apart from competitors. We hear first hand from our Community Editor, Lilah Raptopoulos, on the value of our readers and how FT comments provide a unique perspective on what is happening in the world.
The FT's Andrew Jack sat down with the president of the University of Chicago, Robert Zimmer, and discussed how his approach to learning and education meshes with the values and morals he believes are vital for nurturing the next generation’s growth in business.
As a digital-first organisation, staying ahead in the digital age remains critical. We hear first hand from our Head of Product, David Griffith, on how he leads his team and makes sure our customers come first to deliver the best FT.com experience.
Get the latest insight into what our republishing service means for our customers from a US perspective. Read on for a Q&A session with Daniel Garibay, the FT's Republication Account Manager for the Americas.