Andrew Saunders

Deputy Editor

Andrew Saunders - Deputy Editor

Saunders has interviewed just about everyone who is anyone for MT, from entrepreneurs including Richard Branson, Paul Drayson and James Dyson to captains of industry like Unilever's Paul Polman and the 'sleep is for wimps' former CEO of Thomas Cook Harriet Green.

Business remains his abiding professional interest, from disruptive tech start-ups channeling their Silicon Valley heroes to artisan makers, and from old school corporate giants busy reinventing themselves to the leaderless, digital 'virtual organisations' of tomorrow.

Figuring out exactly how they all work, what makes their founders, leaders and employees tick, is what gets him out of bed in the morning.

Follow him on Twitter @andymsaunders

Lead like a Yorkshireman: tips from Ken Morrison, 1931-2017

Lead like a Yorkshireman: tips from Ken Morrison, 1931-2017

The supermarket pioneer who died yesterday aged 85 was famous for his bluff and eccentric 'professional northerner' style.

TalkTalk boss Dido Harding is stepping down

TalkTalk boss Dido Harding is stepping down

The telco's boss is moving on 18 months after that embarrassing cyber attack.

Can you spot a liar at work?

Can you spot a liar at work?

In the post-truth, post-trust world of 2017, being able to tell when you're being sold a whopper is a pretty handy skill.

Power Part Timers 2017 - flexible heroes

Power Part Timers 2017 - flexible heroes

It's here - the annual list of the UK's 50 most inspiring senior part-time executives.

Meet the entrepreneur inspired by helping former sex workers

Meet the entrepreneur inspired by helping former sex workers

Maya Gura started her gig-economy beauty business Missbeez to help women who want to work but struggle to find the opportunities.

The reputation-shredding clouds of dieselgate are spreading

The reputation-shredding clouds of dieselgate are spreading

It's been a bad week for Europe's carmakers as the diesel emissions scandal begins to claim further victims.

Not-so-idyllic garden villages risk being on the road to nowhere

Not-so-idyllic garden villages risk being on the road to nowhere

The government says that 14 new 'Garden Villages' will provide up to 48,000 homes. But without proper infrastructure they will be a dismal dead end.

From emergency rescue to in-flight wi-fi, how Inmarsat is disrupting itself

From emergency rescue to in-flight wi-fi, how Inmarsat is disrupting itself

Best known as the satellite comms provider for adventurous types, Inmarsat boss Rupert Pearce explains how to succeed by eating your own lunch.

Casper - the not-so-sleepy start up making millions from mattresses

Casper - the not-so-sleepy start up making millions from mattresses

Can this US bed-in-a-box import get Brits excited about splashing out on a good night's kip?

Why is CYBG Britain's Least Admired Company 2016?

Why is CYBG Britain's Least Admired Company 2016?

The challenger bank is formidable in size but is dogged by memories of scandal.