Street art: a complicated relationship – Financial Times

Financial TimesStreet art: a complicated relationshipFinancial TimesStreet art, sometimes described within the broader category of Urban art, is still in its infancy on the market — Banksy is something of an outlier — but it has certainly proved popular over the past 10 years. In the UK, works by Banksy and forlorn …and more »

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Blur’s outlook still no clearer – Financial Times

Financial TimesBlur's outlook still no clearerFinancial TimesLoose translation: Blur will focus on winning over big businesses regularly spending oodles on procuring marketing, IT, legal services etc. Costs have been slashed by two-thirds — helped no doubt by cutting the $785,000 paid to Mr Letts and fellow …and more »

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Hitachi Metals accuses Chinese groups of stealing trade secrets – Financial Times

Financial TimesHitachi Metals accuses Chinese groups of stealing trade secretsFinancial TimesJapanese conglomerate Hitachi's metals subsidiary has filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission alleging that China-based companies stole trade secrets for special alloy ribbons used in medical devices and theft prevention tags.and more »

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Japan Post pushes the envelope with share sale – Financial Times

Financial TimesJapan Post pushes the envelope with share saleFinancial TimesIts television marketing campaign, a rural idyll featuring goats and cows, targets the deal's most likely buyers: elderly Japanese with dormant savings. In a short video shown to them, JPH president Masatsugu Nagato explains that Japan Post is now a …

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Lynton Crosby to market political campaign skills to companies – Financial Times

Financial TimesLynton Crosby to market political campaign skills to companiesFinancial TimesLynton Crosby, the Australian political strategist blamed by some Conservatives for Theresa May's disastrous general election performance, is forming a new company to market his political campaign techniques to companies and brands. Mr Crosby is …and more »

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Petra threatens to cut Tanzania investment after diamonds seizure – Financial Times

Financial TimesPetra threatens to cut Tanzania investment after diamonds seizureFinancial TimesPetra Diamonds has said it will cut investment in Tanzania if it is prevented from shipping stones to its overseas marketing office, as tensions between foreign-owned mining companies and the government mount. The London-listed company halted …and more »

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