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Apple after Jobs | Clive Crook's blog | News on US politics from the Financial Times – FT.com
"(“The only problem with Microsoft” he said in 1996, before Apple’s rebirth, “is they just have no taste. They have absolutely no taste.”)"
ft  stevejobs  apple  clivecrook  microsoft  from delicious
august 2011 by shehab
FT.com / Lex - Cloud computing
Research from Mckinsey suggests that moving into the cloud costs much more than staying put. Using Amazon’s web services as a guide, the estimated price per computer per month would be $366 compared with $150 for a typical corporate data centre. The study also puts labour savings at just 10-15 per cent, as Luddite employees still need the help of IT support staff. Instead, the consultants suggest virtualisation – using software to make existing racks of servers run more efficiently – is the best route to saving money.<br />
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That may miss the point. Companies are unlikely to outsource entire systems in one go. Instead the cloud allows rapid expansion or cheap testing of new projects. It provides a way to expand without capital investment, and the cost calculation will be different for each organisation. But it does suggest that investors should avoid foggy thinking about the companies vying to provide cloud services.
cloudcomputing  aws  mckinsey  lex  ft  from delicious
april 2011 by shehab
FT.com / Columnists / David Pilling - How being big helps and hinders China
If every Chinese person lived like an American, not only would there be a terrible shortage of Hawaiian shirts and loud trousers, but, according to the Earthwatch Institute, it would also mean raising global oil production by 20m barrels a day to 105m and increasing the output of grain and meat by between two-thirds and four-fifths.
ft  china  oil  pilling  economics 
october 2010 by shehab
FT.com / Media - New York Times set to increase price
The New York Times raised the cover price of its Monday to Saturday editions by 25 cents to $1.50 last year, and its strategy reflects similar moves by other newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, owned by News Corp, and the Financial Times, owned by Pearson. The Wall Street Journal raised the cover price by 50 cents in each of the last two years and now costs $2 per copy. The Financial Times implemented 50 cent increases in US cover prices in 2005, 2007 and 2008, and now costs $2.50.
lex  theeconomistproject  nytimes  media  newspapers  ft  wsj  pearson  wapo  pricing  2009  2008 
july 2010 by shehab
Get the most out of integrated databases - DMNews
The database has allowed FT marketers a range of opportunities, from up-selling and cross-selling to our most valuable customers, to identifying customer sub-sets for developing new products. Recently, we successfully offered Latin American customers and prospects a new, combination subscription to both FT.com premium and the electronic edition of the Financial Times.
ft  ft.com  theeconomistproject  geotargeting  segmentation  targeting  database  technology  latinamerica  media  web  www 
june 2010 by shehab
Metering: The First 2010 Test of Paid News Content | Newsonomics
The FT model is based on “propensity modeling.” That’s a deeply analytics-based system of carefully monitoring the kinds of news usage its readers demonstrate.  The FT’s view is that it must understand who among their readership  — amid all the miscellaneous referrals sent to it by search engines – really values FT content and the brand behind it, and then charge those readers a subscription fee.
The FT now has 1.8 million registered visitors to its site, up 80% over last January, and 121,200 paying subscribers in the most recent count, up 22% from a year earlier.
theeconomistproject  ft  media  subscription  wsj  freemium  nytimes 
june 2010 by shehab
Financial Times's content revenues set to overtake print ad income | Media | The Guardian
"In some of the key areas we are at a crucial stage of transformation, so that we reckon next year will be the first year that revenues from content overtake revenues from print advertising," he says. "The way things are evolving, content revenues should overtake all advertising revenues by 2012."
theeconomistproject  ft  guardian  ridding  paywall  content  paidcontent  print  online  subscription 
june 2010 by shehab
FT Alphaville » Dubai: it’s a ‘frontier market’ for a reason
DIB vs 4 bizmen RT @FTAlphaville: Dubai: it’s a ‘frontier market’ for a reason
smi  ft  dubai  gulf  alphaville  corruption  legal  courts  dib  uae 
june 2010 by shehab
Can online save newspapers? - Media news - Media Week
Parent company Pearson does not break out ad revenues for the FT or FT.com. However, its FT Group division, which includes The Economist and Interactive Data as well as the FT among other businesses, generated £206.4m from print advertising last year - 30% of total FT Group revenues. About 15% of that, or £30.9m, came from online.
theeconomistproject  telegraph  newspapers  media  ft  mediaweek  mirror  guardian 
may 2010 by shehab
FT / Rough Trade tracks the lapsed music buyer
how to prolong the demise of high street music retailing.
label  music  roughtrade  musicindustry  ft  UK  retail 
july 2009 by shehab
FT | Media’s want to break free
The Media industry's free backlash continues.
media  content  business  economics  ft  internet  newspapers  free  online 
may 2009 by shehab
FT / Clive Crook - A criminally stupid war on drugs in the US
our contemporary tocqueville with an unhopeful plea for an enlightened us drug policy.
drug  policy  us  clivecrook  ft  politics  decriminalization  regulation  drugs 
april 2009 by shehab
FT / Lex / UAE
resembling a Silk Road dromedary: ugly, stubborn and slow.
dubai  abudhabi  uae  economics  ft  gcc  middleeast  crisis  realestate 
january 2009 by shehab
FT | Independent films feel hedge fund heat
The UK’s independent film industry looks set to become the latest victim of the credit crisis as funding sources dry up amid turmoil in the hedge fund industry.
hedge  funds  film  finance  media  ft  british  independent  arthouse 
november 2008 by shehab
FT / Goldman partners’ reduced rewards
Charles Ellis, author of The Partnership, The Making of Goldman Sachs, likens the culling process to a Darwinian exercise. “It’s entirely rational, ruthless and unemotional,” he says. “There’s no softness and no sentiment to it. The firm just gets the best people and empowers them. Some people react badly to that, but it’s survival of the fittest.”
gs  goldman  goldmansachs  ft  partnership  bonuses  finance 
october 2008 by shehab
FT | Jeffrey Sachs' recipe for avoiding global recession
the Middle East, flush with cash, should fund investment projects in emerging markets and low-income countries. Moreover, it should keep up domestic spending despite a fall in oil prices. Indeed, the faster a global macroeconomic expansion is in place the sooner oil prices will recover.
columbia  middleast  finance  economics  ft  sachs  recessions  crisis  us  china  emerging 
october 2008 by shehab
FT on Dubai vs Abu Dhabi - opposing Art strategies.
Bidoun's Antonia Carver reports on Dubai's art riposte. Abu Dhabi and Doha still out front.
S3  artfund  arts  middleast  ft  bidoun  dubai  abudhabi  uae  museums  contemporary  zahahadid  zaha  saadiyat 
october 2008 by shehab
FT | Glitzy Dubai has a darker side - Chris Davidson Book Review
Dubai: The Vulnerability of Success is written by Christopher ­Davidson, a fellow at the Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at Durham University, and a former assistant professor at Sheikh Zayed University in the United Arab Emirates. A rare expert on the UAE.
dubai  middleeast  columbia  arab  politics  books  ft  reviews  davidson  uae 
october 2008 by shehab
FT | Clive Crook’s Book review: The Closing of the American Border
Clive Crook reviews Edward Alden's book on immigration in "the country [that] has thrived all through its history by attracting the best and brightest of the world".
immigration  ft  clive  crook  clivecrook  us  world  globalization  labor  books  reviews  border  america  alden 
october 2008 by shehab
FT.com / Columnists / John Gapper - The fatal banker’s fall
John Gapper: When I left university, few graduates thought of going into “merchant banking”, as it was then known in the UK, and almost no one into stockbroking. In recent years, however, investment banking has become the first place for graduates to seek their fortunes...
Many of those jobs – and much of the bonus pool that supported them – are at risk. I do not think investment banking will regain its hegemony for a very long time, if ever.
ft  john  gapper  media  mba  jobs  finance  investment  banking  wallst  crisis 
october 2008 by shehab
FT.com | John Gapper’s Business Blog | No property crash so far in Abu Dhabi
John: Although I took in a little of the breathless expansion when I visited Dubai and Abu Dhabi last year, it remains astonishing to see such vast projects conjured up out of the desert.
abudhabu  property  gapper  FT  boom  saadiyat  finance  economics  uae  dubai  louvre  gehry  zaha  hadid  guggenheim  TDIC  foster  norman  nouvel  museums  javitz  ny 
september 2008 by shehab
FT.com | Management Blog | MBA may not be a catalyst for career change after all
Philip Delves Broughton, an FT contributor, studied for an MBA at Harvard and wrote a book about his experiences. What They Teach You at Harvard Business School - called Ahead of the Curve in the US - has been getting deservedly good reviews. Its prose is crisp and evocative, its author playful yet sincere.
Philip  Delves  Broughton  ft  books  mba  harvard 
august 2008 by shehab
[FT] My own private metropolis- Jonathan Raban
Jonathan Raban on the Soft City, reminiscing on "The Earls Court square on which I lived when I was writing the book was as diverse and cosmopolitan as any place I’ve known: it was home to Arabs in dishdashas; gays in leather gear, waiting for the Coleherne pub to open; out-of-work actors; titled diplomats; jobbing plumbers; microskirted prostitutes in fishnet stockings; Australian students; Italian waiters; and the most famous American poet of his age." and searching for the 21st century equivalents.
london  city  urban  FT  books  softcity  jonathanraban  raban  metropolis 
august 2008 by shehab
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