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FT's finance chief shrugs off competition

Read Financial Director's interview with the FT's finance chief Scott Henderson

Financial Times’s finance director Scott Henderson has shrugged off
the threat of Rupert Murdoch-owned Wall Street Journal.

Talking to Accountancy Age’s sister publication Financial
Director
, Henderson said that although the WSJ was ‘given away’ in
Europe, FT readers were not worried about saving ‘a pound here or
there’.

‘…They buy the paper because they need the analysis to help them make better
decisions,’ said Henderson.

Murdoch recently appointed one of his most trusted members of staff, Les
Hinton, as chief of the WSJ – a move interpreted as intent to take on
the FT.

Read the full profile
here.

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