Khalaf, the first female editor of the FT, to succeed Barber
Last week, in a much-anticipated announcement, the FT said that Lionel Barber would step down as editor in January after 14 years
The best job I will ever have was at the Financial Times, a great British newspaper which employed me between 1994 and 2017. In those years I was posted to Prague, New York, Ankara, Milan and Dublin, and did two extended periods in London. I had a memorable, thrilling, educative and sometimes exhausting time.
Last week, in a much-anticipated announcement, the FT said that Lionel Barber would step down as editor in January after 14 years, and...
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