Kate Bassett

Features editor

Kate has been a business journalist for the past 14 years, editing Real Business magazine and writing for The Times, The Guardian and The Financial Times. At MT, you'll find her interviewing business big shots and entrepreneurs, commissioning columnists and running MT's Inspiring Women event.

Dell's Karen Quintos: 'Stop trying to be perfect all the time'

Dell's Karen Quintos: 'Stop trying to be perfect all the time'

The tech giant's chief customer officer on sponsors, 'knuckleheads' and juggling family with work.

Vicki Maguire, Grey London: 'Most ad agencies are misogynist, shitty places'

Vicki Maguire, Grey London: 'Most ad agencies are misogynist, shitty places'

How a 'misfit' and an 'outsider' is shaking up the world of advertising.

Agents of Change power list: One week left to nominate

Agents of Change power list: One week left to nominate

We can't achieve equality in the workplace without involving men. Nominate your male "Agent of Change" by 18 January.

'I built my business by ripping up the rulebook'

'I built my business by ripping up the rulebook'

Jenny Biggam has built the7stars into one of the country's largest independent media agencies by spurning corporate traditions.

How to super-charge your career

How to super-charge your career

Four of Britain's highest-flying businesswomen share tips on how to kick your career up a gear.

How Wendy Hallett battled cancer while building a successful fashion business

How Wendy Hallett battled cancer while building a successful fashion business

HOW I BEAT THE ODDS: The entrepreneur employs 550 staff.

Lynda Gratton: 'Ageism is far worse than sexism'

Lynda Gratton: 'Ageism is far worse than sexism'

YOU LIVE & YOU LEARN: The professor of management practice at London Business School on being a working mum, Brexit and why she's big in Japan.

Eva Chen, Trend Micro: The CEO who was afraid of the phone

Eva Chen, Trend Micro: The CEO who was afraid of the phone

Asian entrepreneur Eva Chen has had to conquer some big fears to build Trend Micro into a $1bn-turnover cybersecurity company.

Why being lazy can be good for business

Why being lazy can be good for business

AUTHOR Q&A: Tom Hodgkinson, author of Business for Bohemians, offers entrepreneurial advice for the creative type.

Moya Greene, Royal Mail: 'Women need to take the risky roles'

Moya Greene, Royal Mail: 'Women need to take the risky roles'

Moya Greene, Royal Mail's first female chief executive, says women shouldn't let motherhood diminish their ambition.