Financial Times

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The Financial Times covers UK and international business, finance, economic and political news, commentary.

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  1. Hello,

    My brother is a devout reader of the financial Times. We live in Norwood Massachusetts so to obtain the paper, he takes the bus to the commuter rail station to buy it there and then he brings it home. He does this every week.

    I tell my brother that he is really an oxymoron because he is bi-polar which determined it would be difficult to maintain a job, so he receives public assistance and reads books about Russian history, and he is very smart in the way of History, Politics in general. Now, back to the Financial Times. He has no money to invest and yet he buys your pager for the articles!

    I admire him for this and I thought you might appreciate him for it as well. Perhaps enough to send him a Financial Times t shirt that he would wear proudly! I try to help him with money when I can, though I pay for many things in the home and I am merely an administrative ass at MIT for over 20 years! My sister who is ill lives with us too. The three of us make an interesting bunch.

    I love my brother and I wanted him to get something fun in the mail from his favorite newspaper.

    Sincerely, Peggy

  2. I have been purchasing the Financial Times since about 2005. In my opinion, it is the best global newspaper. Unfortunately, it’s daily distribution in Ottawa, Canada, leaves a lot to be desired. Although the distributor, Connelly Newspaper Service, is able to get the most recent edition delivered to the downtown core, such as Mags&Fags on Elgin and Sheffields at the Rideau Centre, it delivers yesterday’s edition to the rest of Ottawa for the same price (like Brittons on Richmond Road and Carlingwood Shopping Centre). This is a real inconvenience for readers of the Financial Times and I am sure it must decrease sales considerably. As a result, I do not consider the Financial Times as providing “world-class customer service”. It is more like third rate. My advice:. Hire a new distributor for Ottawa, Canada, or ensure Connelly becomes a lot more efficient.

  3. In New Haven CT the distributor refuses to deliver the paper to me tho I paid almost $300.00. In July.

    I keep phoning the distributor and they sometimes send it out later by a very disgruntled employee..

    Perhaps they should try to find a better outfit?

    Moore Davison, New Haven CT

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