This year’s best-read Breakingviews spanned deals, drugs and debacles. A view on the misfortunes of Malaysia’s 1MDB was our most-read piece this year, followed by a dose of Big Pharma M&A. The futures of Britain, Greece and Singapore were all hot topics, as was Costco’s divorce from American Express and the sale of the Financial Times to Japan’s Nikkei.
The most-read views were:
The most-read features were:
Our most-clicked column was by Breakingviews founder Hugo Dixon, on the Greek prime minister: Time for Alexis Tsipras to keep his nerve.
Global Editor Rob Cox’s most popular column examined the uncertain future of two venerable institutions, the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank: Race to bottom of global subprime begins.
A caveat: our data does not include numbers from Eikon, Reuters.com, or other Thomson Reuters platforms, nor does it take into account readership via syndication.