Larger-than-life Sheila Black becomes the FT’s first female writer after suggesting to editor Gordon Newton in 1958 that the FT pay more attention to consumers. She lightens up the paper with innovations including the first incarnation in 1967 of How to Spend It as a page in the newspaper. View Larger

Larger-than-life Sheila Black becomes the FT’s first female writer after suggesting to editor Gordon Newton in 1958 that the FT pay more attention to consumers. She lightens up the paper with innovations including the first incarnation in 1967 of How to Spend It as a page in the newspaper.



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    Also: FT on Tumblr is so, so good.
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    Times change…
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