By Andrew Saunders Thursday, 27 August 2015
Three more fabulous flexible working success stories - in law, media and tech - to inspire all you part-time execs to enter this year's Power Part Time 50.
Hard luck if you're female, ethnic minority and working class.
Women in management are paid 22% less on average than their male counterparts. Not cool.
Just 18% of the east London tech hub's directors are women.
But when job grade is taken into account the gulf is just 1.5%.
The time management tips in I Know How She Does It aren't the answer for women trying to juggle corporate jobs and kids, says Christine Armstrong.
Top universities are leading the way in appointing women to run them, but it's definitely not an easy job, says Heather McGregor.
You may need to concentrate when eating if you want to stay trim - but the evidence isn't definitive.
The reputation of the infidelity site was already in tatters - now it's beyond repair.
Having nudged FTSE 100 companies to appoint more female directors, the Davies Review's focus is now executives.
The economic contribution of businesses owned by mums has risen 30% to £7.2bn. Is it the start of a trend?
It's an eye-catching policy - and a welcome one for Americans.
Economic downturns nudge women into STEM subjects - but no one's sure why.
The proportion of female NEDs is improving - but it's still not 50:50.
Clarkson goes to Amazon, more women in work, Google Glass is back.
But more young people are in 'insecure' work.
Jackie Eades launched Briers after struggling to find gardening gear for women.
Do your A level results define your career? Speaking with some of the business world's leading lights about their exam experiences proves illuminating.
Companies are fighting over a shortage of top software developers in the capital.
Bill Gates's baby will never be as cool as Apple - but it's making a lot of progress.
The Ultimo founder looks back on her time in business since she featured in the original 35 Women Under 35, ahead of this year's list being unveiled next week.
The founder of lingerie brand Ultimo gets into the zone with a diet of juices and tough training sessions.
Carolyn McCall has taken easyJet to new heights in her five years in charge. So what does the future hold for the low-cost airline? Slots at an expanded Heathrow? Matthew Gwyther spent a day with the CEO and her team to find out.
HOW I BEAT THE ODDS: The CEO of Tempus Energy has worked insane hours, changed the course of her business and learned how to take risks.
YOU LIVE AND YOU LEARN: The chief economic adviser at CEBR and ex-wife of disgraced former cabinet minister Chris Huhne on life after jail, sexist work culture and why Europe needs to give Greece a hand.
POWER MUMS: The journalist and author is 'angrier but less vitriolic' now she has children.
From Netflix to Lego, start-ups to the FTSE 100, creativity can be found everywhere at the top of business.
Take credit, manage upwards and be visible.
The prime minister can't be complacent and has to trust and engage his MPs - much like big business bosses.
Dynamic young Lebanese entrepreneurs are transforming a country that's been through some very tough times in recent decades - and the UK is helping them.
From Wimbledon to the ATP World Tour Finals there's big money in the pro game now. But can the UK sport keep growing without nurturing its grass roots?
HOW I BEAT THE ODDS: The founder of Gourmet Gadgetry overcame conflicts, cash-flow problems and stock delays to find a recipe for success.
Nancy Cruickshank's MyShowcase is bringing direct sales into the modern age.
What can traditional hoteliers do to stop the trendy interloper turning their market upside down, asks Oliver Bennett.
Cutting Technologies has worked with world-famous artists and on the Olympics closing ceremony.
POWER MUMS: The controversial talking head thinks maternity leave should be unpaid and has had the social services checking up on her kids.
A White Walker descends on the City, sleepless in the C-suite, Bill Gates behind bars.
A study shows pregnant women feel discriminated against, but employers think they're doing fine.
Brent Hoberman's online furniture retailer has been doubling in size every year.
David Cameron has pledged to close the gender pay gap.
Hitting Lord Davies' target is good, but British business can and should do better.
Britain's biotech boom, Ryanair's Hellenic opportunism, Marks & Spencer's lack of fashion sense.
The Decoded co-founder argued ambitious women need to vote with their feet.
Women are less likely to be shown the best job adverts while surfing the web, according to research.
Startup bosses in the UK are five times more likely to be female than in the US, a report claims.
Hyatt puts cash into Onefinestay's $40m fundraising, as some hotel groups cash in rather than compete with upstarts.
The budget airline boss thinks quotas are 'counter-productive', but PLCs should cast the net wider when hiring female directors.
Big strides have been made in boosting the number of women, but ethnic minorities are still few and far between.
Mike Ashley may not be accountable, but his retailer is still very successful - for now.
The retailer is reportedly working on a scheme called 'Sparks' to get more shoppers through the doors.
Double the proportion of men think they can advance in finance.
Dave Lewis has a feel-good plan to tackle food waste. Every little helps...
The court found against her, but the former venture capitalist is fighting on.
PwC thinks older leaders and women are the most likely to be able to drive huge change.
The drinks giant slurps up hip London brewery Meantime. Could this be the beginning of the end for independent craft beer?
A winter profit of £7m isn't enough to stop shareholders worrying about French air traffic controllers.
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