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Date : 19/03/2024 | Time : 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm |

This talk will be on Zoom.  The talk is free but you do need to book a place to get access details. Please ignore references to payment.

A discussion of how the US party system was overwhelmed by the rise of social media and a television host and entrepreneur who offered simple solutions to complex problems.

John Gapper (HF 1991-2) is weekend business columnist of the Financial Times, writing a weekly column, along with features and interviews including Lunch with the FT. He is among its most senior writers, having served as chief business commentator and associate editor, as well as covering banking, media and employment. He is author of All That Glitters, about the fall of Barings bank, and two novels: A Fatal Debt and The Ghost Shift. His many awards include the Harold Wincott prize for financial journalism and the Gerald Loeb award for business commentary. He has worked in London, New York and Tokyo.


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