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There are signs that businesses in Austria can weather the storms of the energy crisis and a European downturn. Plus: climate change forces a rethink on skiing; why global chipmakers depend on Austria; government rolls out green tax and investment measures; Raiffeissen Ware’s CEO on how to make the Danube work
Power, ambition and failure in the story of the ‘first tycoon’, ancient Rome’s richest man
The FT examines the causes and effects of an increasing global resistance to antibiotics: from the pressures doctors are under to prescribe them, to what new treatments are currently in the pipeline, as well as what role can the consumer play in reducing antibiotic use in the food chain
Skewering the wealthy on screen is nothing new but today’s financial insecurity is feeding a deeper scepticism
Asset manager’s Portfolio Family Governed fund seeks to exploit potential of thinking that looks beyond short term
British comedian Francesca Martinez stands up for difference; Irish tech’s equality mindset; Volvo steers inclusive course; UK media’s ‘50:50’ target; leaders today need their vulnerable side; 850 companies operating in Europe ranked for diversity
After finally building momentum in America, F1’s next big bet is a race on the Las Vegas Strip to further accelerate the sport’s expansion in the US. Meanwhile, ethical issues hover amid F1’s increasing presence in the Middle East and high demand threatens exclusivity of Paddock Club hospitality packages. Also, will we ever see a female F1 driver again?
Worries over outages and soaring energy costs are spurring chemicals groups to reinvest in coal-fired power plants. Plus: companies and eco-campaigners urge clarity on reform. To come: rising raw material prices add to supply chain strain
Which Asia-Pacific businesses are setting the pace in the fight against climate change? This FT-Nikkei-Statista survey showcases the companies that have cut their carbon emissions intensity the most, and looks at the region’s climate challenges
The war in Ukraine and new developments in artificial intelligence highlight advances in cyber defence. Plus: how organisations should prepare and respond to breaches; and, is cyber insurance worth the money?
As world leaders meet in Egypt for COP27, rich countries face growing pressure to pay for the costs of climate damage, while food and energy crises loom large. Also: US climate ambitions; Africa’s energy transition; new solutions; saving the oceans
The Zimbaqua gem mine is empowering women from a rural community in Zimbabwe to become financially independent in a male-dominated industry
Brands see booming demand for their heritage pieces, which they are buying back, restoring and offering for sale once more
Driver and stuntman Stan Barrett puts his Rolexes gifted by actor Paul Newman up for auction
The pre-owned watch platform bets on the rise of independent brands and the appeal of physical stores, as it tours the world with more than 100 timepieces
Goldsmiths’ assay office general manager on the challenges of doing business in a post-Brexit, post-Covid market
Wealthy collectors are drawing watch and jewellery makers to Florida
Some watchmakers behind the UK’s horological renaissance can be found in the most unusual premises
The unlikely pairing’s limited edition watch to raise funds for conservation will help the traditional Italian company connect with the smartphone generation
The tattoo artist draws on his craft and his collaborations with watchmakers when he chooses his own timeless pieces
The stainless steel 40mm wristwatch features an integrated bracelet and its own in-house movement
Brands experiment with latest technology to transplant one of the oldest hard luxuries into the digital world
The CEO of Italian jeweller Pomellato is using the brand to promote and inspire inclusion and diversity
Collectors of pieces of brand culture will pay thousands for items from paperweights to presentation boxes
Antonio Calce plans to increase production while dramatically cutting the life cycle of his watches