From this month's MT
FA's Greg Dyke: The Premier League needs more English players The MT Interview: Greg Dyke is as forthright as ever. Only 30% of Premier League players are English, he says, and we need more.
The business of sharing From food to rooms to cars, people are increasingly renting out what they don't need. Will the 'peer economy' be able to hold its own in the face of mainstream opposition and legal busybodies?
The Past, Present and Future of the board While they have professionalised since the 1960s, many boardrooms remain slow-moving and hobbled by box-ticking. Is there a future for the knights at the top of the table?
Sorry seems to be the hardest word Getting an apology wrong does more damage than not giving one at all. But both individuals and companies benefit from a culture in which people are allowed to own up to their mistakes.
My three top reads - Margaret Cole, PwC Books: Margaret Cole, General counsel at PwC, picks her three top reads.
From electrical wholesaling to gin and tonic popcorn: Joe & Seph's Popcorn founders How we beat the odds: Joe, Jackie and Adam Sopher on making unique popcorn and keeping business in the family.
By Rachel Savage Friday, 07 March 2014
Nester-Smith says her gift business is all about cheering people up - and that working mothers make the best employees.
Working with the public sector is often painted as an agonising process complicated by reams of red tape. It's not that bad, says Leon de Costa - but just in case, here are some tips.
As the World Wide Web turns 25, we check out the early websites which changed the way we work, shop and play.
It looks as if you are going to be working into your late 60s. So how are you going to keep on top of your game and avoid being put out to grass? Here's a crash course.
Tears, tantrums and beautiful gowns - it must be Oscars season. If the discerning thesp wants to get their speech note perfect, we suggest they read Robin Kermode's guide....
Where does the word 'Tribes' come from?
Employment tribunals will soon have discretion to impose financial penalties on employers who lose claims.
There is good stress and bad stress. What effect does it have on our work?
It's every business owner's worst nightmare: you're about to make a star hire, but she admits she's three months pregnant. What do you do?
Trapped in a deathly two-day budget meeting, our spin master gets an unexpected chance to shine in front of the ravishing head of diversity.
Last week Minecraft announced it's going to hit the silver screen. What's next? Photoshop, Google and Hotmail the movies: coming soon, to a cinema near you...
Whether you're a sole trader or fancy going alternative with holacracy, MT has you covered.
Fortune, we are often told, favours the bold - but is this true?
Say goodbye to losing your handbag...
The executive's favourite just gets better and better, not least as it has taken a leaf out of Apple's book, says Sathnam Sanghera.
The founder of the employee relocation company and former US gymnast says we should all be looking east - and lambasts the 'horrendously antiquated' world of banking.
You wouldn't want to leave this umbrella on the train...
Need to type a document on your iPad? The Logitech keyboard may come in handy.
Do you often oversleep? It might be worth getting an alarm clock.
An entrepreneur wants to move her business to the country - but she fears her staff won't follow...
A reluctant member of the sales team is less than enamoured by the idea of a night out with the lads. can he avoid it?
The Environment Agency sprang into being almost 20 years ago. Here's the lowdown on the nation's least favourite quango, bar none.
The head of commercial litigation and managing partner at Simons Muirhead & Burton loves Soho life.
The shine has gone off the BRICs recently. Where else is worth a punt? We pick the 10 economies you should be watching.
You Live And You Learn: Margaret Cole, general counsel, PwC and formerly chief enforcer at the Financial Services authority, on working in a man's world.
One word: 'paperwork', says Caroline Wood.
Floods and high winds aren't just devastating for households: if your employees can't turn up, it's bad for business, too. But what does the law say, asks Ian Taylor.
The UK's medium-sized firms are suffering from middle child syndrome, says Cisco's Richard Roberts. It's not easy to break out of that mindset - but it's not impossible, either.
The Italian aero engineer is the first man to design and manufacture a plane in the UK in decades. Here he talks risking other people's lives and why suits don't make sense.
E-cigarettes are about to hit our screens, after British American Tobacco's Vype launched its first ads. Remember the spurious health claims Big Tobacco used to make? Here are 12 of the best...
The founder of the online booking system talks beer, Bitcoin and his fear of going back to work for a bank.
On the day the EC launches a new UK campaign, one-man band Oliver Bennett reports on the problem of late payment.
You've done the obstacle course, abseiling and murder mystery evening. Now for something a bit more unusual to bond with your co-workers...
Mid-sized companies need to export more to emerging economies and the government should help, says Grant Thornton CEO Scott Barnes.
Even the church is getting in on the act...
BP, National Grid & Unilever love a bit of Twitter on results day. WPP not so much.
The founder of the maternity jeans brand talks flying planes, her beginnings as a florist and bad behaviour on The Apprentice.
You'd be surprised at how little emphasis workforces in the BRICS put on salary, says EY's Simon Contstance. Instead, go for a more creative approach
Managing superstars is tricky, says Matthew Gwyther. As England batsman Pietersen demonstrates, you can bend the rules for them - but when things go wrong, they go very wrong indeed.
Admittedly a jazzy CV won't always get you a job - but at least it'll get you a lot of love on the internet.
The Winter Olympics haven't even started yet and already Sochi has become a joke, with poisonous tap water and unfinished hotel rooms. At least we can learn something from this...
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