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Financial Times targets younger readers with new digital advertising campaign

aboutus.ft.com — She added: âAlmost half of FT.com traffic now comes from mobile devices. This campaign effectively reinforces the Financial Timesâ relevance to an audience which is increasingly time-poor and accesses news on the go.
RT @dabeard: So smart MT @raju: @FT launches push to attract younger readers, says 40% of new acquisitions aged 24-34 on.ft.com/1lEqkgP
So smart MT @raju: @FT launches push to attract younger readers, says 40% of new acquisitions aged 24-34 on.ft.com/1lEqkgP
RT @darcyday: FT launches new campaign to attract younger readers. Recent marketing push has seen 40% new acquisitions aged 24-34 on.ft.com/1lEqkgP
RT @darcyday: FT launches new campaign to attract younger readers. Recent marketing push has seen 40% new acquisitions aged 24-34 on.ft.com/1lEqkgP

Manchester United’s biggest problem is not selecting next manager

ft.com — David Moyes's sacking, after just 10 months as Manchester United's manager, is above all a story of image. No other British company receives more press coverage than United. Being its manager is therefore in large part a public relations job. Moyes's image hampered him throughout his brief reign.
Bookies' favourite for Man Utd manager, Louis van Gaal, to journalist: “Am I so clever or are you so stupid?” on.ft.com/1lBE0Jm
RT @gallaghereditor: Amid a forest of #Moyes coverage, Simon Kuper is excellent on Man U's deeper problems ft.com/cms/s/2/e1e6e5…
RT @FT: Most read on the FT site right now: Manchester United's biggest problem is not selecting next manager on.ft.com/1gQtG8E
United’s biggest problem isn’t David Moyes. It’s money. on.ft.com/1lBE0Jm via @FT
Great piece on Moyes vs money by @KuperSimon Shame Tony Pulis didn't get a mention though. ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/e…
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Modern day Europe

ftalphaville.ft.com — Related links: Greece asks for EU-IMF aid - FT Alphaville Careless talk costs... - FT Alphaville
RT @jsphctrl: On this day four years ago... @FTAlpha after the Greek government applied for a bailout. on.ft.com/1l0Hum1
RT @jsphctrl: On this day four years ago... @FTAlpha after the Greek government applied for a bailout. on.ft.com/1l0Hum1
On this day four years ago... @FTAlpha after the Greek government applied for a bailout. on.ft.com/1l0Hum1

French ‘ticking bomb’ can be safely defused

ft.com — France has been characterised by some as a "ticking bomb" at the heart of the euro area. This has been overdone, although there remains no doubt of the need for substantial restructuring. Progress with adjustment has been modest to date. But the "tic

Fashion's luxurious expansion

video.ft.com — Fashion's luxurious expansion Apr 23, 2014 : Amid a sluggish world economy, fashion and luxury are booming. New players have floated and older established names have grown exponentially. FT fashion editor Vanessa Friedman explains to John Authers how the industry's appeal is broadening.

Human rights: Egypt’s black holes

ft.com — He had been missing for more than three weeks when his family received the phone call. The man on the other end told them that Ahmed Abdul-Samiyeh, a 31-year-old father of three, was being held at a prison called Azouly. Then he hung up. Mr Abdul-Sam
RT @annafifield: terrific piece by @borzou on vast network of clandestine detention centres that have proliferated in #Egypt via @FT ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/b…
"Undeclared prisons, created by decree, take abuse & lack of oversight to a new level." ft.com/intl/cms/s/b0a… importart report by @Borzou.
Egypt’s black holes. "A vast network of clandestine detention centers." Important story by @borzou via @kenroth on.ft.com/1lCe4gL
RT @KenRoth: Taking a page from Bush's CIA, #Egypt is "disappearing" opponents into unacknowledged "black hole" detention centers. trib.al/SjWQdF6
RT @annafifield: terrific piece by @borzou on vast network of clandestine detention centres that have proliferated in #Egypt via @FT http:/…
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Numericable finalises €7.9bn junk bond sale

ft.com — Numericable, the telecoms and cable operator, has finalised a record €7.9bn junk bond sale as part of its financing package to fund the acquisition of French telecoms operator SFR. This was larger than the previous record of $6.5bn set by US mobile

Europe’s big winners

ft.com — Bald fact 1: The valuation of eurozone peripheral equities, at least on a forward price/earnings ratio, is now higher than those in the rest of Europe and in the US. Fact 2: Ten-year bond yields in Italy are the lowest on record, while yields in
"The market now expects a lot" in peripheral Europe. Interesting short view from @jmackin2 today. ft.com/cms/s/0/e145c0…
Short View: peripheral eurozone equities more highly valued than the US on.ft.com/1nG9QS6

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Primani heads to US. Wishing for HK next? Tho if it did the rents would prob make prices comparable with Harrods. on.ft.com/1f2aZ6U
RT @meganmurp: Forget the British, Primark is coming... Primark to open in northeast US, takes on Boston site on.ft.com/1f2aZ6U via @fastFT
Forget the British, Primark is coming... Primark to open in northeast US, takes on Boston site on.ft.com/1f2aZ6U via @fastFT

London Stock Exchange switches auditing to EY

ft.com — The London Stock Exchange has replaced its auditor for the first time since it became a listed company in 2001, the latest FTSE 100 mandate to change hands as the European audit market undergoes wide-ranging reform. The UK exchange said it would
RT @HarrietAgnew: The @LSEplc switches auditor to EY; latest FTSE 100 mandate to change hands as the European audit market is reformed: on.ft.com/1ppXB0K
The @LSEplc switches auditor to EY; latest FTSE 100 mandate to change hands as the European audit market is reformed: on.ft.com/1ppXB0K

Woolworths preaches power of size following David Jones deal

ft.com — When Woolworths unveiled plans to splash out A$2.14bn on Australia's David Jones this month, it touted the deal as one that would create a southern hemisphere champion and catapult the South African retailer into the world's top 10 largest

Activist urges ‘fix’ for Silicon Valley

ft.com — One of the West Coast's leading activist investors has added to the growing criticism of corporate governance in Silicon Valley, and of Google in particular, amid fresh warnings of a bubble in tech valuations. Jeff Ubben, whose hedge fund ValueAct
US tech cos attacked by activists for governance failures as bubble fear grows on.ft.com/1hmhhsg #FT
Isn't that what we sent @hannahkuchler halfway around the world to do? RT @law_denise “We’ve got to fix tech.” ft.com/cms/s/0/d4dd7d…
"Tech still remains a club, where the view is...we can have clubby boards.' Investors target governance in tech. on.ft.com/1rkGLMo

UK probe into energy market tax receipts

ft.com — UK authorities have launched an investigation into alleged tax fraud in Europe's gas and electricity markets, in the second potential scandal to hit the power trading sector. HM Revenue & Customs has detected a shortfall in value added tax receipts

The privacy business

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