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.

The entrepreneur breathing new life into death

The entrepreneur breathing new life into death

Poppy Mardall gave up a career at Sotheby's to launch her own funeral business. Here's why she's gone from auction house to undertaker.

Amanda McMillan, AGS Airports: 'Boring boards will put women off'

Amanda McMillan, AGS Airports: 'Boring boards will put women off'

The boss of Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton Airports - and one of the top women in the aviation industry - on bored boards, Brexit and why she treats every day like a recession.

Ad agency rebrands with the name of its Jewish founders

Ad agency rebrands with the name of its Jewish founders

In a stand against xenophobia, advertising giant Grey has renamed itself Valenstein & Fatt to acknowledge its Jewish founders.

Meg Lustman, Hobbs: 'A career break won't harm your career'

Meg Lustman, Hobbs: 'A career break won't harm your career'

Hobbs CEO Meg Lustman didn't return to work full-time for 13 years after having kids - but that hasn't stopped her rising to the top in retail.

Agents of Change power list 2017

Agents of Change power list 2017

Revealed: the top 30 men tackling gender inequality in the workplace.

10 reasons to fire yourself as the boss

10 reasons to fire yourself as the boss

Don't wait for the tap on the shoulder telling you it's time to go.

Why Age UK's head of external relations is two separate people

Why Age UK's head of external relations is two separate people

Hannah Pearce and Angela Kitching share double-sided business cards and a joint email signature.

For the Guardian's political editor, two heads are better than one

For the Guardian's political editor, two heads are better than one

Job-sharing is always a challenge - doubly so when it's one of the heftiest roles in journalism.

Michael Lewis: Behavioural economics changed the world

Michael Lewis: Behavioural economics changed the world

Q&A: The author of the The Undoing Project on Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky, and writing a Presidential manual with Obama.

35 Women Under 35 2017: Last chance to apply

35 Women Under 35 2017: Last chance to apply

MT's annual 35 Women Under 35 list showcases the country's most promising young businesswomen. Here's your chance to appear on it. Nominations close 30th April.