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10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

Pret's mac 'n' cheese, Britain's new burger chain, Hounslow's hidden secret.

 

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Gamesys boss Noel Hayden: The entrepreneur whose gamble is paying off

Gamesys boss Noel Hayden: The entrepreneur whose gamble is paying off

24 April 2015

IN ASSOCIATION WITH GAMESYS: Noel Hayden survived the dot com boom and his lucky streak looks set to continue.

 
 
Meet the former chemical engineer who's brewing up a storm

Meet the former chemical engineer who's brewing up a storm

24 April 2015

Julia Austin's Tyne Bank Brewery is one of Britain's fastest-growing beer companies.

 
 
10 tips for women aiming for the top of business

10 tips for women aiming for the top of business

24 April 2015

If you're an ambitious female businesswoman look no further.

 
 
Do not pass go: The secret history of Monopoly

Do not pass go: The secret history of Monopoly

24 April 2015

Devised early in the 20th century, Monopoly was meant to be a warning about land ownership by the few. The boardgame's history makes a fascinating story, says Leslie Scott.

 
 
All-American conglomerate GE is going back to basics

All-American conglomerate GE is going back to basics

24 April 2015

Why is one of the world's best-known conglomerates ditching its huge finance operation and returning to its roots?

 
 
Funding Circle lands £100m investment

Funding Circle lands £100m investment

23 April 2015

The funding round is one of the biggest for a private British business in recent years.

 
 
Our competitors thought I was mad when I unveiled TomTom

Our competitors thought I was mad when I unveiled TomTom

23 April 2015

HOW I BEAT THE ODDS Corinne Vigreux survived the financial crash, the launch of Google Maps and massive debts.

 
 
The rise of the virtual organisation

The rise of the virtual organisation

23 April 2015

Companies such as Airbnb and Fiverr show that a business doesn't need a tangible presence any more.

 
 
Brewdog has valued itself at a whopping £283m

Brewdog has valued itself at a whopping £283m

22 April 2015

The controversial beer maker's latest crowdfunding round is its most audacious yet.

 
 
Smoke & Mirrors: Where was the CIO when his house caught fire?

Smoke & Mirrors: Where was the CIO when his house caught fire?

22 April 2015

The comms chief finds a 'significant correlation' between a colleague and Celeste Nibelle.

 
 

The MT interview: Gareth Penny

The boss of the world's dominant diamond business

Gareth Penny, De Beers Group CEO, predicts a sparkling return to form

 
 

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