Airbus is pushing Boeing for market leadership in the twin engine aircraft market. Andrew Parker reports from the Paris air show on why a price war might be in the offing -- which would be bad news for the two manufacturers, but good for airlines
The commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles is one of the big talking points at this year's Paris Air Show. Daniel Garrahan reports from Paris on the potential integration of UAVs into civil airspace
Frederick Studemann, comment and analysis editor, asks Paris bureau chief Hugh Carnegy and Peggy Hollinger, leader writer, if François Hollande has a viable plan to bring an end to France's declining competitiveness. Related Article: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/8ef91b9a-21da-11e2-b5d2-00144feabdc0.html http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/dd353cba-1c3c-11e2-a14a-00144feabdc0.html
Kevin Vasconi, chief information officer of Domino's Pizza, explains how his company is "data-driven" as it pushes into online ordering and global point-of-sales. He tells the FT's Paul Taylor that on "Super Bowl Tuesday" Domino's runs an IT "war room" to cope
Follow The Daily Ticker on Facebook! Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke heads to Capitol Hill Thursday to testify before a Senate committee on the state of the economy.
Follow The Daily Ticker on Facebook! From growing income disparity to chronic unemployment in the U.S to the sovereign debt and banking crises in Europe to slowing and stagnant growth in China and Japan, globalization is much to blame for what ails the global economy, says Michael Casey of Dow Jones and author of Unfair Trade: How Our Broken Global Financial System Destroys the Middle Class . But "globalization" runs run much deeper than just trade policy and the shift of manufacturing to cheap labor markets, Casey says.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is halfway through a historic visit to China , the first by a Turkish head of government in 27 years. Erdogan's first stop Sunday on his four-day-long visit was to Urumqi, the capital of China 's Xinjiang province that borders numerous Central Asian states. No Turkish PM has ever visited Xinjiang, although Turkey has a strong connection to Central Asia's numerous Turkic ethnic groups. Xinjiang In The Spotlight Xinjiang is an ethnically diverse and resource-rich region, a place long associated with trans-Eurasian trade.
Bentley Motors counts the Queen of England, the Sultan of Brunei and Paris Hilton among its clientele.