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On 23 July 2015, Nikkei Inc. agreed to buy the Financial Times from Pearson for £844m and the acquisition was completed on 30 November 2015.

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1888
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rob grimshaw
The FT Has Bought A New Video Studio
FT Launching Seventh Niche Paid Site To Reduce Advertising Reliance
One For The Time Capsule?: FT Big-Ups The Print Network
FT Planning Off-Shoot Digital Finance News Site
FT: Actually, We’re Not Planning To Stop Printing
Stop The Presses: ‘Sunset’ For Print In Five Years, FT Sees
Video Demo: FT’s iPad App, Free For Now
First Look: FT’s iPad App Is Just Around The Corner
Targeted Advertising: WSJ Courting FT Readers For iPad Switch
Paywalls A Big Hit On Far-Off Future Planets
Up Is Down: FT Free On iPad, Guardian Monthly Mobile Charge?
FT.com Takes Free Articles Away From Unregistered Users, Except Via Search
Videos: NYT’s Sulzberger, FT’s Ridding On Growing Through Subscription
Google helps FT.com limit online access
Google Tightens FT.com’s Free-Article Loophole
FT.com goes even more premium
‘Because We’re Worth It’: FT.com Going Even More Premium
FT.com Lets A Prisoner Blog, But Just For Kicks
FT Targets Luxury Advertisers With HowToSpendIt.com Spin-Off
Mobile Content Bits: Dopplr, ShopStyle.co.uk, FT.com iPhone Apps
FT Editor Expects ‘Almost All’ Papers To Charge Online In 2010
Updated: FT.com Subs Rate Trebles In Dark Financial Times
FT.com To Give Facebook Students Free Four-Year Subs
FT Launching Premium Online Exec Forums; Includes FT.com Subs and Conferences
FT Launching Premium Online Exec Forums; Includes FT.com Subs and Conferences
FT.com Claims Big Traffic Growth On Access Model Change
FT.com Seeks Subs By Asking Factiva Users To Buy New Licence
Reuters To Supply FT.com With News Video
FT.com Ringfences Free Stories For Link Followers, Aiming To Drive Subs
FT.com Drops Pay Wall For Casual Readers; Subs Remain For Others
FT.com Drops Pay Wall For Casual Readers; Subs Remain For Others
FT CEO Explains Price Hike; Wants Net-like Relationships With Print Subs
WSJ, FT Up Print Prices; Sign Of Business Information Confidence