Lunch with the FT is part of the Financial Times’ 125th anniversary celebrations with anniversary receptions in London and New York, a global marketing campaign and a dedicated hub on FT.com, which will feature anniversary content throughout the year.
Financial Times editor Lionel Barber commented: “From the very first mouthful, Lunch with the FT was destined to become a permanent fixture for our readers around the globe, showing the FT at its eclectic best. The original idea was to rediscover the art of conversation in a convivial setting. Although the lives of the rich and powerful have required the FT to accommodate the occasional breakfast or tea, the menu still offers a chance to catch those rare casual remarks from the people who make the headlines.”
For more information about the book, including where to purchase, go to ft.com/lunchbook.
More information about the FT’s 125th anniversary, including special features and photos, are available at ft.com/125 and the FT Tumblr page. Follow #FT125 on Twitter.