SABMiller's results prove it is doing well. Sales volumes have started to improve in Australia after acquiring Fosters. Lex's Vincent Boland and Julia Grindell talk about SABMiller's steady profit growth and its incoming chief executive Alan Clark.
Far from a new beginning, Yasunari Ueno, Mizuho's chief market economist, says that those who believe in Abenomics are suffering from a bout of amnesia. The FT's Ben McLannahan reports from Tokyo
Fiat Industrial aims to move its tax home to the UK after a merger with US business CNH.
Paul Taylor, the FT's Connected Business editor, talks to Vijay Raghavan, Chief Technology Officer at LexisNexis about the use of big data and the delicate balance between data gathering and the need to safeguard customer privacy. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video
Gideon Rachman has not changed his view over the UK's relationship with the EU but where 20 years ago he was regarded as eurosceptic, today his ideas are seen as pro-European. The FT's chief political commentator examines this shifting debate.
This year marks the Chelsea Flower Show's 100th birthday. Chelsea has always showcased gardens by top designers as well as new plants from around the world. The show's traditions endure, but one change is in the funding of the gardens
An independent committee of the board of Eurasian Natural Resources Corp has rejected a proposed buyout offer by the London-listed miner's billionaire founders.
A "Robin Hood" tax on financial transactions was seen as a way to discourage speculative market trades. Capital markets editor Ralph Atkins and FT Trading Room editor Philip Stafford discuss how turning theory into practice is proving a challenge
Ocado shares leapt 29 per cent on news of its deal to take Morrisons into online groceries. Lex's Vincent Boland and Oliver Ralph discuss how Ocado partner Waitrose will view the tie-up. For more video content from the Financial Times, visit http://www.FT.com/video
This time it is different - for the first time in decades, the yen has fallen against the dollar for eight months running. But Ashraf Laidi, chief market strategist with City Index, tells Long View columnist John Authers that the yen will continue to sink