Jack Torrance

Associate web editor

Jack is fascinated by change. Whether it's the latest start-up promising to shake up the way we eat, sleep or buy socks or ageing businesses struggling to compete with shiny new rivals, MT's web co-editor strives to bring you the latest in the world of disruption. Jack writes a weekly profile of successful entrepreneurs and loves a good scandal, so he's a regular contributor to MT's Reputation Matters stream.  

Email: jack.torrance@haymarket.com 

Robots for Trump: Did automation swing the US election?

Robots for Trump: Did automation swing the US election?

A new report claims workers displaced by machines are especially likely to support radical change. Businesses should remember they don't exist in a vacuum.

Meet the entrepreneur ridding your wallet of loyalty cards

Meet the entrepreneur ridding your wallet of loyalty cards

Lee Clarke's start-up Bink lets retailers track your spending via your bank card - and reward you accordingly.

The BBC is hardly the worst offender when it comes to gender disparity

The BBC is hardly the worst offender when it comes to gender disparity

The broadcaster's top-paid stars are mostly men but the private sector isn't exactly squeaky clean.

This snooty job ad is a masterclass in putting off candidates

This snooty job ad is a masterclass in putting off candidates

Vauxhall's Tea House Theatre isn't happy with the millennial applicants it's had so far - and it wants them to know about it.

Inside Wimbledon's digital command centre

Inside Wimbledon's digital command centre

How the All England Club used AI to improve its customer services and online comms.

EasyJet boss Carolyn McCall is flying off to ITV

EasyJet boss Carolyn McCall is flying off to ITV

Britain's Most Admired Leader is hanging up her wings after seven years to return to the media.

How to answer 10 of the toughest job interview questions

How to answer 10 of the toughest job interview questions

Don't get flustered when your potential boss throws you a curveball.

Fentimans is fizzing along nicely

Fentimans is fizzing along nicely

The botanically brewed beverages brand is aiming to triple its turnover in five years.

What does the future hold for Ocado?

What does the future hold for Ocado?

The middles class's favourite online supermarket is still struggling to land the big international partnerships it has been promising. Will Amazon's Whole Foods takeover change all that?

Muscle Money: How protein powder got pumped up

Muscle Money: How protein powder got pumped up

Once the preserve of bodybuilders, sports nutrition supplements, shakes and bars have gone mainstream, with brands muscling in on the action. But do these products really deliver on their promises?