Adam Gale

Associate web editor

There’s little Adam likes more than a good conversation about business. It’s a good thing really, as MT regularly sends its web co-editor to chew the fat with CEOs, management gurus, academics and coaches for our Leadership Lessons and Your Career streams.

When he’s not chatting with Sir Martin Sorrell about his Latin O Level or musing about multitasking over porridge with Charles Handy, he’s more often than not found ‘deep diving’ into analysis or trying to figure out how to make his computer work. Occasionally covers tech, ironically.

Email: adam.gale@haymarket.com

Of course Deliveroo's losing money

Of course Deliveroo's losing money

But will that make it drag its heels over gig workers' rights?

4 ways to generate ideas fast

4 ways to generate ideas fast

Stumped? Clock ticking? Read on.

Cracking China: Meet the expat entrepreneurs growing businesses in Hong Kong

Cracking China: Meet the expat entrepreneurs growing businesses in Hong Kong

The allure of Asia is undeniable, but success is not a foregone conclusion.

Why Aldi and Lidl will keep on growing

Why Aldi and Lidl will keep on growing

UPDATE: The Big Four grocers return to comfortable growth, but the German onslaught is far from over.

Meet the commando entrepreneur leading London's fintech charge

Meet the commando entrepreneur leading London's fintech charge

Crowdfunding pioneer Ben Brabyn heads Canary Wharf's tech hub Level 39.

Customer service 101: Don't exploit natural disasters

Customer service 101: Don't exploit natural disasters

Hurricane Irma price gouging claims may be unfair, but what does it say about the airlines?

Why is Asda performing worse than Tesco?

Why is Asda performing worse than Tesco?

The Walmart subsidiary axes head office jobs as sales stutter.

Why ditching quarterly reporting won't solve short-termism

Why ditching quarterly reporting won't solve short-termism

The problem isn't talking to shareholders, it's how we measure CEOs.

Mark Price: Capitalism's opponents aren't all petrol bomb-wielding anarchists

Mark Price: Capitalism's opponents aren't all petrol bomb-wielding anarchists

UPDATE: The former Waitrose boss turned trade minister quits the government.

A Co-op and Nisa tie-up would be most convenient

A Co-op and Nisa tie-up would be most convenient

There are cultural as well as commercial reasons to get hitched.