● Diverging inflation experiences pose challenge for ECB Policymakers aim to boost price growth but consumers complain of rising living costs
● Chris Johns: Ireland risks populist culture war between young and old Sinn Fein’s absurd promise to lower the retirement age is an explicit grab at a populist lever
● Founder of South Korean retail giant Lotte dies Lotte Group founder Shin Kyuk-ho, who started manufacturing chewing gum in 1948 in Japan and built the business into South Korea's No.5 conglomerate with interests ranging...
● A Look at Davos Through the Years There have been many memorable faces and moments at the annual gathering of the World Economic Forum in Switzerland. Here are some that have stood out.
● Reasons to beware the growing $1tn tech club Investors must not be complacent about the risks of concentration
● Hoping to Shape the Conversation at Davos Members of the Global Shapers Community, a network of young people at the World Economic Forum, talk about what they’re hoping to accomplish at this year’s summit.
● In Its 50th Year, Davos Is Searching for Its Soul Critics say the gathering of elites is out of touch. But the World Economic Forum’s founder, Klaus Schwab, is still making the case that the annual event in Switzerland makes a ...
● As World Economy Shifts Gears, Trade Growth Slows The collapse of the old model of industrialism leaves deeper scars in the United States than in other nations.
● Davos by the Numbers Facts and figures flow freely from the annual gathering in Switzerland.
● Scottish firms suffer as online sporrans scam exposed Counterfeit versions of sporrans sold by Scottish kilt specialists for hundreds of pounds have appeared on Chinese retail sites for a fraction of the price.
● Will Lagarde kick-start her overhaul of ECB policy? Market Questions is the FT’s guide to the week ahead
● Child Benefit: How filling in this form could protect your state pension for 12 years Child Benefit is a payment which a person can get if they’re responsible for bringing up a child who is under the age of 16, or under 20 if...
● Amazon have opened a Manchester office, and these are some of the jobs available Amazon has opened a new office in Manchester, creating more than 600 jobs in the city.
● The 1MDB scandal: what does it mean for Goldman Sachs? Fallout continues from the US bank’s involvement with the Malaysian state investment fund
● FCA blindsided by investment fund suspensions Regulator admits it does not track frequency of funds that block investor withdrawals
● Oxford Sciences Innovation parts ways with chief executive Abrupt departure of Charles Conn after 8 months has not been publicly announced
● How to secure the 5G network of the future Telecom operators believe the debate over Chinese company ‘has an expiration date’
● Brian Moynihan: focused on remembering the financial crisis The finance veteran is ensuring his bank doesn’t forget the mistakes made in the past
● A cry for kelp. Why Scotland's green future could be blue “IF you take one square metre of seaweed, of kelp forest, it will capture five times more carbon than any land forest,” says visionary marine geologist Pierre Erwes.
● Meet Liggy the Labrador who loves working ca-nine to five at her desk job MOST office workers don’t have a wet nose, four legs and a wagging tail. But Liggy the black Labrador even has a name badge at her desk. The assistance...
● What has Donald Trump actually achieved on trade? The self-styled 'Tariff Man' uses tariffs for negotiation but how successful has he been?
● Davos 2020: What to expect at the WEF summit BBC Economics editor Faisal Islam on what to look out for at this year's summit in Davos.
● Donovan Mitchell Is Speeding Up His Superstar Trajectory A look at the numbers behind Donovan Mitchell's superstar trajectory.
● HAMISH MCRAE: Climate change is the hot topic, so what should investors do? Follow the money. The catchphrase was made famous in All The President's Men, the film about the Watergate scandal. This week, if you literally...