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Ferragamo, Once Cobbler to the Stars, Stumbles

Ferragamo, Once Cobbler to the Stars, Stumbles

Salvatore Ferragamo, the 90-year-old Italian fashion house famed for outfitting Hollywood stars from Marilyn Monroe to Sophia Loren, is struggling to regain its footing amid falling profit and management and design upheaval.

Published 2 months ago

PSG ‘overstated’ sponsorships worth €200m, says Uefa probe

PSG ‘overstated’ sponsorships worth €200m, says Uefa probe

Preliminary findings shine spotlight on Neymar and Mbappé signings once again

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House speaker Paul Ryan will not seek re-election

House speaker Paul Ryan will not seek re-election

Move underscores anxiety among Republicans about party’s prospects in November midterms.

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Ant Financial set for $150bn valuation in latest funding round

Ant Financial set for $150bn valuation in latest funding round

Payments affiliate of Jack Ma’s Alibaba looks to raise $9bn ahead of planned IPO

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‘In Beirut the rules are made to be broken’

‘In Beirut the rules are made to be broken’

The FT’s Middle East correspondent bids farewell to Lebanon’s capital where the parties never stop

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Stocks Turn Lower After Trump Warns of Syria Attack

Stocks Turn Lower After Trump Warns of Syria Attack

The slide in global stocks intensified after President Donald Trump warned Russia that U.S. missiles “will be coming” to Syria.

Published 2 months ago

Big U.S. Companies Reveal How Much They Rely on Overseas Workers

Big U.S. Companies Reveal How Much They Rely on Overseas Workers

Many U.S. multinationals are opting to disclose their proportion of workers abroad under new Securities and Exchange Commission rules, illuminating how overseas jobs at these companies are growing faster than at home.

Published 2 months ago

Trump Warns Russia U.S. Plans Missile Strike on Syria

Trump Warns Russia U.S. Plans Missile Strike on Syria

President Donald Trump warned Russia that U.S. missiles “will be coming” to Syria, as the U.S. labors to rally international support for a possible military strike against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for an alleged chemical-weapons attack.

Published 2 months ago

Italy’s Democratic party split over Five Star talks

Italy’s Democratic party split over Five Star talks

Senior figures say deal would be best outcome for country after inconclusive election

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How to Mount an Executive Comeback: Try a Mix of Spin and Candor

How to Mount an Executive Comeback: Try a Mix of Spin and Candor

Getting bounced from a high-powered job can be painful—and permanent. But in today’s tight labor market, some top managers are finding ways to rebound.

Published 2 months ago

Algerian Military Plane Crashes, Killing at Least 100 People

Algerian Military Plane Crashes, Killing at Least 100 People

At least 100 people were killed when a military plane crashed soon after takeoff in a farm field in northern Algeria, officials said.

Published 2 months ago

VW needs to change more than just its chief executive

VW needs to change more than just its chief executive

German carmaker’s move to replace Matthias Müller raises broader governance questions

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Williams, Wesleyan, Middlebury Among Targets of Federal Early-Admissions Probe

Williams, Wesleyan, Middlebury Among Targets of Federal Early-Admissions Probe

At least seven elite colleges received letters from the Justice Department asking about student information they share with other schools.

Published 2 months ago

Lawmakers Sidestep Debate Over Syria Military Strikes

Lawmakers Sidestep Debate Over Syria Military Strikes

Top lawmakers on Capitol Hill said they won’t vote on authorizing retaliatory U.S. military strikes against Syria over a purported chemical-weapons attack, sidestepping a longstanding and messy debate about what role Congress should play in foreign policy.

Published 2 months ago