Financial Times

Financial Times

Newspaper | Mainstream

The Financial Times (FT) is an international business newspaper printed on distinctive salmon pink broadsheet paper. The periodical is printed in 22 cities: London, Leeds, Dublin, Paris, Frankfurt, Stockholm, Milan, Madrid, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Dallas, Atlanta, Miami, Washington DC, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Seoul, Dubai, Johannesburg. (...) The Financial Times is normally seen as centre-right/liberal, although to the left of its principal competitor, The Wall Street Journal. It advocates free markets and is generally in favour of globalisation. During the ... More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Newspaper, Online
Audience: Very large audience (1M or more) (English)
Scope: International
Political Viewpoint: Neutral viewpoint
Owners: Pearson PLC | public_corporation | Managers: Lionel Barber
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Location: One Southwark Bridge, London, United Kingdom
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Edited By: Kaizar Campwala
Last Edit: Nov 9, 2006 - 5:45 PM PST
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Top Topics: World (204), Business (186), U.S. (135), Global Economy (90), U.S. Economy (83), Politics (77), Sci/Tech (51), Finance (48), Presidential Election 2008 (30), Obama Administration (28), China (27), Climate Change (18), Living (18), Middle East (16), Europe (16)...
Top Authors: Krishna Guha (19), Edward Luce (14), Fiona Harvey (7), Martin Wolf (6), Daniel Dombey (6), Gideon Rachman (6), Richard Mcgregor (6), Clive Crook (6), Gillian Tett (6), Richard Waters (5), Jamil Anderlini (5), Tobias Buck (5), Francesco Guerrera (5), Roula Khalaf (4), Stephen Fidler (4)...
Top Formats: News Report (170), Opinion (56), News Analysis (27), Special Report (22), Editorial (16), News (10), Interview (2), Review (1), Comment (1)
 
 
 
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3.5

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Quality
3.5
Facts
3.6
Fairness
3.5
Information
3.6
Insight
3.4
Sourcing
3.3
Style
3.5
Accuracy
3.6
Balance
3.0
Context
3.4
Depth
3.2
Enterprise
3.5
Expertise
3.2
Originality
3.3
Relevance
4.4
Transparency
2.7
Responsibility
3.6
Popularity
3.5
Recommendation
3.4
Credibility
3.8
# Reviews
2.1
# Views
3.6
# Likes
1.0
# Emails
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