Value of journalism and World Cup finance

We’ve been knocking some ideas around for a while about what this thing called journalism is in an age when everyone can publish and we’re hoping our conversation will draw more of our millions of readers into debate. We’re going to be running our conversation across both sites from Monday, so please join us.

With the World Cup just one day away I have been busy. First, by making the utterly predictable move of adopting the World Cup background on my Twitter feed, but more originally by writing a series of pieces on The Financial Game for my regular Daily Finance gig. It starts tomorrow, and will continue through the weekend and at regular stages throughout the tournament.

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