By Adam Gale Tuesday, 25 November 2014
MY LIFE/STYLE: The co-founder of watchmaker Bremont loves flying his 1930s Gipsy Moth when he's not chopping down a tree or two.
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HOW WE BEAT THE ODDS: Getting Italian men to take orders was just one of many challenges for a female wine-maker.
Smokehouse's comms chief plays a mean trick on his ex-wife and his trainspotting boss finds immortality does not come cheap.
MT ARCHIVE: In the light of Harriet Green's surprise departure from Thomas Cook, here's another chance to read this piece on why female bosses can be judged more harshly than their male counterparts.
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- What should I do about a grieving employee?
- The dark side of emotional intelligence
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- Luke Johnson: Happiness, like success, is relative
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