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The Financial Times (FT) is a British newspaper that specializes in reporting on business and economics. Established in 1888, it is recognized as a leading authority in financial journalism worldwide and is often cited as a newspaper of record. The FT is owned by Nikkei Inc. and offers its content in both print and digital formats, reaching around 36% of global financial decision-makers, a wider audience than its competitor, The Wall Street Journal. The FT employs over 110 journalists outside the UK and prints in 22 locations globally. It also has a significant online presence through its website[1],, which was launched in 1995 and introduced a subscription model in 2002. The newspaper also sponsors an annual book award and publishes a range of editorial features, including a Person of the Year feature and a luxury lifestyle magazine.

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