And even rarer, the co-awardees represent the same organization!
First up, FT Opening Quote has a classic headline:
June 30, 1914 FT headline on the assassination of the Archduke and the Duchess:
Stock Markets and MoneyOn the other hand, at Markets Live they seem a bit giddy:
Unaffected by the Austrian News
This may be the first time anyone has used the word 'giddy' in reference to FT Alphaville's founder/editor/poobah Paul Murphy.おはよう親愛なる読者。Good morning dear readers.今日では、お祝いに、東京からの私達の新しい友人を歓迎するために、我々は市場が毎日健康でスタートを切っライブ取得するいくつかの定期的な機能を導入していますToday, in celebration and to welcome our new friends from Tokyo, we are introducing a few regular feature which will get Markets Live off to a healthy start each day.そこにすべての人のために…For all the men out there…
Further kudos (and on any other day a stand-alone winner) Opening Quote's opening quote:
“Without fear and without favour”, and now without Pearson.
Although I liked the old FT motto better: