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Women leaders are 'more likely to get kicked out than men' - tough at the top for women bosses Female CEOs are often judged differently - and more harshly - than male ones. So what can they do to stop their careers going up in flames?

China crisis: Troubled times for Chinese takeways As traditional fast-food outlets fall out of fashion, some owners are trying to find new markets in wholesale, haute cuisine and karaoke - and some now vote Ukip.

Andrew Wileman: A life in business over five decades What's really changed over the past five decades and how much of it matters? Reviewing an eventful career, consultant Andrew Wileman follows the money.

'If bread and butter was illegal, I'd be thin.' Nikki King, Isuzu Truck UK My Style: The straight-talking honorary chairman of Isuzu Truck UK lauds the joys of a sarnie, real ale and going grey.

How we beat the odds: Keshav and Shruti Malani The brother and sister founders of Powr of You on growing up in India, investing their savings in the business and keeping it in the family.

'To invest in Africa you need balls of steel,' says Aberdeen Asset Management CEO You live and you learn: Martin Gilbert, founder and CEO of Aberdeen Asset Management, on low moments, Scottish independence, and investing in Africa.

Taking on Sky at its own game: BT chief executive Gavin Patterson

Taking on Sky at its own game: BT chief executive Gavin Patterson

By Andrew Davidson Friday, 29 August 2014

THE MT INTERVIEW: BT's bold move into TV football wrongfooted deadly rival BSkyB. Now its boss is planning a similar shake-up in the mobile market. And, with his new focus on the customer, he might just pull it off.

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