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Standard Digital Weekend Print + Standard Digital wasnow 69 € per month Complete digital access to quality FT journalism with expert analysis from industry leaders. Pay a year upfront and save 20%. What’s included Global news & analysis Expert opinion FT App on Android & iOS FT Edit app FirstFT: the day’s biggest stories 20+
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Standard Digital Weekend Print + Standard Digital wasnow 69 € per month Complete digital access to quality FT journalism with expert analysis from industry leaders. Pay a year upfront and save 20%. What’s included Global news & analysis Expert opinion FT App on Android & iOS FT Edit app FirstFT: the day’s biggest stories 20+
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Standard Digital Weekend Print + Standard Digital wasnow 89 € per month Billed Quarterly at 265 €. Complete digital access plus the FT newspaper delivered Monday-Saturday. What’s included Global news & analysis Expert opinion FT App on Android & iOS FT Edit app FirstFT: the day’s biggest stories 20+ curated newsletters Follow topics & set
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The California Supreme Court has granted review of a case challenging retirement reforms state lawmakers approved 11 years ago, marking a return of pension spiking questions to the high court for the first time since a 2020 ruling on an Alameda County case. The new case — Ventura County Employees’ Retirement Association v. Criminal Justice
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The Mayo Clinic has ambitious plans that start at home. When the Rochester, Minnesota-based nonprofit healthcare system updated its five-year plan last year, it said the move was part of a “strategy to transform healthcare globally.” The update reflected changes from a $5 billion expansion of Mayo’s flagship Rochester campus.  Mayo’s board of trustees approved
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Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly on Wednesday vetoed tax cut legislation that she called “too expensive” and offered lawmakers a less-costly alternative. The Democratic governor, who in January vetoed a previous tax reduction bill passed by the Republican-controlled legislation, said the latest measure “jeopardizes our state’s future fiscal stability.”    House Bill 2036, which cleared the House
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Municipals saw losses Thursday following U.S. Treasuries to higher yields, while equities sold off after GDP growth slowed in the first quarter. While growth slowed, inflation was hotter, said ING Chief International Economist James Knightley, as the core PCE deflator rose 3.7% on an annualized basis, three-tenths of a point higher than expected. “Unsurprisingly Treasury yields
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Unlock the Editor’s Digest for free Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter. Sequoia Capital, Silicon Valley’s best-known venture capital firm, has committed to investing in Elon Musk’s artificial intelligence start-up xAI, boosting the Tesla chief’s efforts to raise billions and take on OpenAI, Meta and Google. Musk
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Shares of Los Angeles-based social media platform Snap jumped more than 30 per cent after its earnings beat analysts’ expectations as increasing demand for its advertising services boosted sales. The company’s revenue of $1.2bn in the first three months of 2024 was 21 per cent above the same period a year earlier.   Net losses narrowed,
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Unlock the Editor’s Digest for free Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter. I’m not about to argue that economists are useless. Nor will I argue that they should all be obviously useful. If some want to do research that might seem like “mathturbation” but that is actually
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Unlock the Editor’s Digest for free Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter. Is immigration good for a country, or bad? This question always strikes me as unhelpful. It depends on the country. Even if we couch the question strictly in economic terms, things vary. Immigration adds millions
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