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 can't ignore its editorial responsibilties

Google can't ignore its editorial responsibilties

EDITOR'S BLOG: As more advertisers pull out over extremist videos, the search giant refuses to accept that YouTube is an editorial product.

What's in the latest issue of Management Today

What's in the latest issue of Management Today

EDITOR'S LETTER: Google's Matt Brittin, Northern Ireland vs Brexit, why you should fire yourself.

The UK's Mittelstand is anything but world class

The UK's Mittelstand is anything but world class

EDITOR'S BLOG: As we head for the brave new world post-Brexit, the Bank of England's Andy Haldane warns that our middling businesses are lagging badly behind.

Can Audi avoid succumbing to the toxic fumes of Dieselgate?

Can Audi avoid succumbing to the toxic fumes of Dieselgate?

Noxious clouds surround the VW subsidiary, but its brand seems healthy for now.

John Allan has been unjustly savaged by the Twitterati

John Allan has been unjustly savaged by the Twitterati

EDITOR'S BLOG: The Tesco chairman's comments on 'endangered' white men were ill-judged but taken totally out of context.

Review: The Audi Q7

Review: The Audi Q7

MOTOR MOUTH: This is a substantial, high-quality SUV. But how will German cars fare in the Brexit and Trump era?

Have we reached 'peak stuff'?

Have we reached 'peak stuff'?

Consumers are getting fed up with too many choices.

Uber's Travis Kalanick needs a lesson in charm

Uber's Travis Kalanick needs a lesson in charm

EDITOR'S BLOG: CEOs of multi-billion dollar companies shouldn't get into back-seat spats with their workers - or contractors for that matter.

How 'fake news' actually happens

How 'fake news' actually happens

EDITOR'S BLOG: Journalists get their facts wrong in different ways, as I discovered in Northern Ireland.

Could Brexit take Northern Ireland back to the bad old days?

Could Brexit take Northern Ireland back to the bad old days?

The province faces damaging trade tariffs and a return to restrictions on movement between the North and the South after the UK leaves the EU. There may be trouble ahead.