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PowerPoint doesn't bore people. People bore people. And more often than not, it starts with someone thinking a presentation can do more than it really can. More in my latest column in Business Life.
You always wanted to perform, but they told you to get a job,” read the invitation to the PowerPoint karaoke party. I had a job as a second-year analyst at a bank and no singing voice, so the words “PowerPoint” and “karaoke” both set off a wave of
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A Chinese company has found a way to create 3D printed homes for just $4,800, which take less than 24 hours to build. If the idea takes off, could this help solve our housing shortages?
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Nigeria: a textbook example of the fragility of emerging middle class in Africa. on.ft.com/1ntZvZz 
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This also shows the immense economic potential of Nigeria's people, alongside the real progress that has been made. Don't underestimate the social impact of that change. 
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We've just announced the shortlist for the FT/IFC Transformational Business Awards, which reward innovation in tackling social and environmental challenges. The shortlist includes Citi, Standard Chartered and YES Bank. Find out more: http://on.ft.com/TransBiz
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Migrant workers make up nearly a fifth of the Chinese population and, with average wages of about $14 a day, they are at the upper end of middle class incomes in emerging markets. We meet two of them: #China  
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'Manchester United's biggest problem isn't David Moyes. It's money.' The football club has confirmed the departure of its manager, bringing a rapid end to a shortlived and unhappy reign at the Premier League champions. Our columnist Simon Kuper looks at the problems facing the club. Read for free: http://on.ft.com/1mA3QwO
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Of course "it's money." It's an FT article. Good read though
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How a historic English country estate works in the 21st century:
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Dive in with penguins on Antarctica's first snorkelling holiday:
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Sales of vinyl records in the UK have increased more than 270% over the past 5 years, according to industry data. The return of 'analogue' and the art form is giving new hope to an embattled music industry. What was the last vinyl record you bought? 
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Thanks to two decades of macroeconomic stability, and a decade of rising employment and wage growth driven by the commodity price boom, #Brazil has been on a consumption binge.  Much of it has been fuelled by easy access to consumer credit. Today, though, the model has reached a limit: http://on.ft.com/1l89QsB
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+Alex Christie Agreed. you do not fund a sustainable economy based on selling credit to people who cannot afford it in the first place.
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