Opinion and analysis from MT's business experts
By Gloria Moss Wednesday, 09 April 2014
Segolene Royal's appointment to the French cabinet suggests nepotism is still alive and well. But it's becoming increasingly unacceptable, says Gloria Moss.
It's all very well trying to lynch two-pools Laidlaw of British Gas but the current antipathy shown towards business by cynical, vote-hungry politicians is very unhelpful
The MT Diary: Howard Davies takes a beastly flight to the big Apple, and attends the launch of a book about the BBC in crisis.
Most people are badly managed. If your work is largely predictable, and you spend the majority of your time online, why not turn your boss into an app? Here are some things it could do.
UK boardrooms are full of 'digital virgins,' says Baroness Kingsmill.
Having (and exhibiting) the right level of confidence is an essential quality of leadership. Do you have enough of it?
There are many migrants fighting, but failing, to start a business in Britain. We need to allow talent to thrive.
It took me a long time to talk about why my first business failed, says Faisal Butt. But analysing why it didn't work is important.
Divorce is rarely a dignified business. But there are ways and ways of achieving separation with a degree of dignity intact. The Martins are better than Nat Rothschild.
MT's editor won't be buying a Lamborghini any time soon, but isn't best pleased with the state of his pension pot.
UK government support for tech has been erratic in the past, says David Richards. Now the government has a chance to make up for that.
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