Biography of the Author John Gapper

John Gapper

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  1. Deutsche bank employees in London

    Commentary: Deutsche Bank’s bankers were alienated from their jobs

    Disloyalty is so embedded at investment banks that the habit is hard to break for both sides, says the Financial Times' John Gapper.
  2. Manchester City's Belgian defender Vincent Kompany raises the Premier League trophy

    Commentary: Premier League wins by creating room at the top for football clubs

    England’s top division shows how to triumph in the age of global sports, says the Financial Times' John Gapper.
  3. Governments around the world are grounding Boeing 737 Max aircraft or barring them from their

    Commentary: Do not fear flying on the Boeing 737 MAX 8

    Despite crashes, fly-by-wire software has made aircraft safer by reducing pilot error, says the Financial Times' John Gapper.
  4. Huawei's global image has been further shaken by a slew of criminal charges filed in the US

    Commentary: Huawei is the casus belli for a broader US-China showdown

    Numerous charges have been levelled at Huawei but none as damaging as the underlying complaint that Huawei helps China to spy.
  5. FILE PHOTO: Apple staff hold iPhone X packages at the Apple Store in Berlin

    Commentary: How Apple’s iPhone lost its lustre

    Apple's iPhone setback marks the passing of a golden age of smartphones, says the Financial Times' John Gapper.
  6. (na)Economy class seats in SIA's Boeing 787-10

    Commentary: The future of flying is in non-stop flights

    Qantas’s direct service from Australia to London shows what air passengers value, says one observer from the Financial Times.
  7. Steve Jobs Theater

    Commentary: Apple Park and the trouble with modern workplaces

    It is pointless to build tech campuses like Apple Park and make people hot-desk, says the Financial Times’ John Gapper.
  8. File photo of Uber CEO Kalanick speaking to students during an interaction at IIT campus in Mumbai

    Commentary: Travis Kalanick is not ethical enough to steer Uber

    Silicon Valley may have enabled a cult of personality among start-up founders to thrive. But with all this chaos at Uber, the best way forward is ...