Expect some answers to the English Question, a phone that can read your mind and a wave of young professionals flowing to the regions. And what about the oil price?
The great (and possibly the good) have gathered today in the luxury Alpine resort of Davos for a five day meeting to discuss the world's problems.
If Rupert Murdoch's tabloid is merely covering up women's nipples campaigners are not going to let this go quietly.
Only 20% of Square Mile managing directors are women
Claire Vero, founder of Aurelia Skincare, has built an impressive business but still has time for family life.
The US public thinks the main reason women are held back at work is the way they are judged.
The former travel company boss didn't meet her performance targets.
Research shows countries with quotas consistently have more women on boards, but is that the route to real equality?
The Home Secretary seems to have had just about enough of young, highly skilled graduates outstaying their welcome.
According to a new survey commissioned by the World Bank, lesbians in many countries earn more than their straight counterparts. Really?
No matter how much it may want to, the $40bn startup can't escape responsibility for its drivers.
Forget about bankers - the easyJet boss earned a base salary of £698,000, but nearly £7m in benefits, bonuses and shares.
The infamous Russian weapons maker is trying to rebrand itself. Shame about the sanctions.
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The startup office space provider is growing rapidly and was recently valued at $5bn.
MT's crystal ball was somewhat cloudy when it came to IS and Ebola.
POWER MUMS: The Deloitte partner balances two jobs with twins and says she is a 'terrible insomniac'.
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.
Rachel Lowe MBE, Sarah Walter and Katerina Skoberne all lost their businesses.
YOU LIVE AND YOU LEARN: The Ann Summers boss has been poisoned, arrested and sent a bullet in the post, but nothing matches the pain of losing her son.
POWER MUMS: The head of volunteering not-for-profit City Year UK wanted to climb the career ladder before having kids, but wasn't convinced by 'hypno-birthing'.
For some, it makes the world go round, for others, it's the root of all evil. But how does money function when it comes to the workplace, ask Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Patrick Fagan.
HOW WE BEAT THE ODDS: Building a luxury running gear brand was harder than this couple expected.
POWER MUMS: The Salesforce vice president interviewed 40 nannies and still works out at 5.30am six days a week.
INSPIRING WOMEN: The boss of Discovery Networks UK & Ireland on work/life balance and why she never plays the gender card.
INSPIRING WOMEN: The Decoded co-founder on scrapping the male culture of business, launching in Hawaii and why she loves Spanx.
LAUNCHPAD: Blippar co-founder and CEO Rish Mitra talks work-life balance (or lack of), augmented reality and putting his face on the £20 note.
MY STYLE: The Mountain Warehouse boss takes us through some of his favourite things, including organising Glastonbury for dogs.
POWER MUMS: The litigation lawyer talks about missing her children's first steps and why she decided against private school.
As the public rages at the rich and famous over their ingenious tax planning, Chris Blackhurst looks at the prospects for making them toe the line.
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Battered Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent will be even gladder than the rest of us that Friday has finally rolled around and that he is still in a job - for now anyway.
Amazon goes to Shoreditch, things get worse for Morrisons, Terry Leahy invests in tobacco start-up.
My Style: The straight-talking honorary chairman of Isuzu Truck UK lauds the joys of a sarnie, real ale and going grey.
Interest rates clash, Tom Hanks becomes an app developer, fancy a £15 Lidl leather jacket?
The travel company's chief exec told MT's Inspiring Women conference last week that the company's turnaround would take around six years, not two.
The boss of Discovery Networks UK advises women to understand what makes them happy at work.
The KPMG partner and vice chairman says that taking a chance is at the heart of being successful.
Heather McGregor tells MT's Inspiring Women conference there's no point dropping hints if you want a promotion.
The advertising boss was against board quotas until she saw women passed over for board positions without good reason.
The Jericho Chambers co-founder said it took her too long to realise you need to step up, volunteer and be prepared to fail.
The Links of London founder says exercise and family time are the keys to staying sane.
The M&S style director argues fashion can give women the inner confidence to get ahead.
The Thomas Cook CEO advises not 'throwing your toys out the pram' if you don't get a pay rise - and isn't going on GBBO anytime soon.
Sex still sells, but it has to be empowering, the Ann Summers boss said at MT's Inspiring Women conference.
The Thomas Cook boss told MT's Inspiring Women conference she got up at 2.45am and is against board quotas for women.
The woman who brought sex to the British high street told MT's Inspiring Women conference that success is all about tenacity.
A senior exec at the $18.2bn taxi startup floated smearing a critical female journalist.
The pollster has released a programme which shows John Lewis customers go crazy for guacamole and Jeremy Clarkson fans like naff action films.
The MediaCom chief executive is keen to be on a FTSE 100 board, but has never been asked.
More than three-quarters think it would jeopardise their chances of getting a job.
Splurging on 'Singles Day' raked in a record $9.3bn.
The fashion designer formerly known as Posh Spice tops MT's list recognising Britain's most successful entrepreneurs in everything from cloud computing to metal bashing.
If you're an older, part-time female worker in a low paid job, the odds are stacked against you getting out of it.
Moya Greene also said female leaders needed to mentor young women and drive change.
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