Julius was happy to review Howard Davies' new book for MT this month, as the chairman of Chatham House says she is a voracious reader of non-fiction. She's not so keen on fiction though. 'I tend to be a little too critical,' she admits. 'Maybe I would have made a good fiction critic.'
The author of this month's article about the perils of celebrity endorsements left Blighty to pursue an MBA at Harvard - and then wrote a book about his experiences. Now he's settled in Connecticut with his family, where he's writing a series of thrillers set in the financial world.
Ian Wylie reckons he's edited our MCA awards supplement enough times to know all about good project management himself. Yet he admits to having difficulties getting the bricklayer who's building his extension to agree an iterative process of continued refinement to ensures his solution meets user needs.
For 10 years our chief sub editor Parish has been living the dream of every subscriber: getting paid to read MT. But it's time to hang up the green eyeshade and retire. Instead, he'll be reaching for his hammer and chisels - he hopes to progress from a Sunday stone-carver to an everyday Michelangelo. Easy.
Photographing cover star Richard Lambert, Borden found it difficult not to draw comparisons with Lambert's predecessor, Digby Jones. Borden photographed Lord Jones during his stint at the CBI and remembers him as an 'ebullient self-publicist', whereas he describes Lambert as 'like a nice college lecturer'.