Matthew Gwyther

Editor

Matthew Gwyther has edited Management Today for the last nine years, during which time he has won the coveted BSME Business Magazine Editor of the year on a record five occasions. It is his first editorship and he likes to think of himself as a hard-driving taskmaster.  During a fifteen year career as a freelance, he wrote for the Sunday Times magazine, The Independent, The Telegraph, The Observer, GQ and was a contributing editor to Business magazine. He was PPA Business Feature Writer of the Year in 2001 and spends far too much time worrying about his three kids. Before becoming a journalist he had a brief and inauspicious spell as a civil servant working at the Medical Research Council in its London Secretariat.  It nearly drove him crazy.

Google's Matt Brittin on tax, Brexit and the future of the internet

Google's Matt Brittin on tax, Brexit and the future of the internet

THE MT INTERVIEW: Being a boss at the most powerful tech company on the planet is a prized job. But it brings its own set of challenges, as Google's EMEA president has found out - from ethical dilemmas to facing questions from MPs about tax and his salary.

Could a GM-Peugeot deal spell the end for Vauxhall in the UK?

Could a GM-Peugeot deal spell the end for Vauxhall in the UK?

EDITOR'S BLOG: The Detroit giant is apparently looking to sell off its European arm.

The NHS is a failing sacred cow

The NHS is a failing sacred cow

EDITOR'S BLOG: The time has come to think long and hard about how we do health in this country and face some uncomfortable truths.

Trump, Tweets  and Brexit - a toxic global cocktail

Trump, Tweets and Brexit - a toxic global cocktail

EDITOR'S BLOG: With an unpredictable POTUS always ready to pull his Twitter trigger, it's no time for the UK to be going it alone.

Mrs May goes to Washington - but what will she bring back?

Mrs May goes to Washington - but what will she bring back?

EDITOR'S BLOG: The PM will be the first world leader to meet President Trump, but striking a sound trade deal will take many moons.

Are we bidding a long goodbye to globalisation?

Are we bidding a long goodbye to globalisation?

EDITOR'S BLOG: Theresa May's Brexit plans are necessarily muddled, but unlike The Donald she doesn't see trade as a zero sum game.

Zut alors! The French cure for email addiction

Zut alors! The French cure for email addiction

EDITOR'S BLOG: Like our continental cousins Brits need to learn how to say 'non' to the smartphone.

Our new man in Brussels will need the patience of a saint

Our new man in Brussels will need the patience of a saint

Captain Birdseye Barrow is on the bridge and ready to fire the first Brexit shots.

A trip inside the Christmas drinks cabinet

A trip inside the Christmas drinks cabinet

EDITOR'S BLOG: It would appear that I've been drinking like a Ukrainian for the past week.

Brexit: The great optimism killer?

Brexit: The great optimism killer?

EDITOR'S BLOG: Call me a remoaner if you will, but I'm not the only one who sees dark clouds ahead, says Matthew Gwyther.