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Financial Times online access for the Tulane community

The Turchin Business Library, in partnership with Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, is pleased to offer electronic access to the London based Financial Times. The Financial Times brings an international focus to business news with daily coverage. This site license provides active Tulane student, faculty, and staff members with full access to FT.com, plus FT mobile and tablet apps. Users can manage their areas of interest and personalize their FT.com account to receive daily newsletters and news alerts.

Tulane affiliates with valid email addresses can access the new subscription by following the steps outlined below or by selecting the link to "Financial Times (London)" on Turchin Library’s databases list. Once you’ve signed in with your Tulane username and password, you can select topics to follow and set instant alerts to be notified via email when relevant articles are published.

If you have questions, please contact us at turchin@tulane.edu.

Setup Instructions

Click this link to access the webpage where you will enter your full Tulane email address and password. Your account is automatically registered the first time you sign in to FT.com

After you sign in once using the institutional access link above, you can then go directly to https://www.ft.com and click the “Sign In” link, enter your Tulane email address and select the “SSO Sign In” button to gain access to your account.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have previously established a personal account with Financial Times that uses your Tulane email address, you will be locked out of that account. You can regain access to your personal account by clicking this link and entering your Tulane email address and password.

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