Browsing All posts tagged under »Financial Times« gets a revamp

November 11, 2008 by


Image via Wikipedia The Financial Times is launching a redesign of its homepage this week. According to a letter to its subscribers, they’re “aiming for a more sophisticated look and feel that is consistent with the Financial Times brand – a clean and uncluttered executive briefing on the world of global business.” In other words, […]

60 staff to go at the FT

October 22, 2008 by


Image by PhOtOnQuAnTiQuE via Flickr The Financial Times is to lay off 60 staff. According to PaidContentUK, first in the firing line will be librarians and those who report to Dan Bogler. It follows similar announcements this week from other newspaper groups to cut staff positions and introduce a single sales team for selling ads […]

Beat the crunch

October 20, 2008 by


Image via Wikipedia The FT has launched its Beat the Downturn campaign today which will run across billboards in London. Its urging organisations to think before they cut their ad budgets. It comes with some findings which show that the businesses who actually increase their advertising spend are the ones who survive and thrive afterwards. […]

Pearson reports healthy results

October 16, 2008 by


Image via Wikipedia Pearson, the media company which runs a range of educational, business and consumer titles, has reported healthy full year earnings. It has been helped by the strength of the dollar and the growth in readership levels for the Financial Times. Related articles by Zemanta Financial Times publisher FT Group bucks trend with […]