THE MT INTERVIEW: The super-focused CEO has made a rapid journey to the top. Now at Trainline she has big plans for the humble rail ticket. Will the nation's smartphone-toting travellers get on board?
The bank expects to meet its recruitment target by 2020 in its new Birmingham HQ.
Bianca Miller's range of nude hosiery has launched this week. Did Alan Sugar miss a trick?
The panel of experts from MT's inspiring women conference reveals the secrets of smarter networking.
But official stats show part-time female workers are paid more than their male counterparts.
More employers should give fathers the chance to spend that precious first year with their child.
More people than ever are reporting being bullied at work.
Frank Underwood is good for business. Orcas not so much.
We're uncomfortable about talking about race in the workplace, so issues are going unresolved.
It's Equal Pay Day: time to stop spreading myths about the gender pay gap.
From Amazon to Goldman Sachs and from the Met Police to Google, the latest list of the UK's top part-time execs shows that big jobs can be done on reduced hours.
Virgin Money chief executive Jayne-Anne Ghadia says City firms should publish more details of how many senior women they employ.
Lord Davies wants 33% of women on FTSE 350 boards by 2020, but hasn't set a target for executives.
Oxford University has some advice on how to stop an important business meeting getting awkward.
The former Mind Candy exec is off to a caffeine-fuelled start-up.
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Get inspired by this year's selection of 50 of the UK's most senior and inspiring part-time executives from MT and Timewise Jobs - the Power Part Time 50 2015.
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The co-founder of The Pool - a website for busy women - and BBC Radio 6 Music presenter loves her local gastropubs and winds down in the Lake District.
Meet the co-founder of The Pool at Inspiring Women in London on November 19.
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Meet the founder of Winser London at Inspiring Women in London on November 19.
Irene Arango is the co-founder of Nama, a raw vegan restaurant with a £1m turnover.
POWER MUMS: The insurance executive talks about taking on City bully boys, being a single mum and why she sent her daughters to private school.
Women need to learn the 'code' of the male professional to get ahead at work, says Ann Hyams.
Mums in Technology are right with the zeitgeist - all they need now is a committed corporate sponsor.
THE MT INTERVIEW: What made the ex-Edelman chief turn his back on the PR world? All the lies and spin for starters... Now he's trying to tread a nobler and more useful path.
The authors of Phishing For Phools are right that people are being duped into buying stuff they don't need, says Vicky Pryce. But is it too late to do anything about it?
Stay positive, keep focused and collaborate.
Who'd enter an industry dominated by big players, hit with bans, high taxes and a declining market? We report on the niche cigar, pipe and shisha businesses that are proving there's more to tobacco than fags.
Volkswagen goes on a sorry offensive in America, but the emissions scandal won't go away that easily.
Meanwhile, Vodafone is the latest telco to call for BT to be forced to spin out Openreach.
Should companies have to prove why men are paid more than women for a similar job?
And UK plc is not as educationally elitist as the US, Germany or France.
The policy, nicked from Labour, could be a godsend for parents - especially single ones.
Subsidies to try to improve the gender balance at the top of business aren't working in the land of the rising sun.
After Virgin and Netflix, Grant Thornton has become the latest to offer the perk - but only in the US.
The big-haired business magnate and political sensation admits a breach at his Trump Hotels division. Does anyone know where to find the world's smallest violin?
Although the embattled chief executive will still be boss of the trust's investment arm, the 'curse of Veuve Cliquot' strikes again.
Another report says more women at the top are good for business. But what about other forms of diversity?
Osborne's oriental excursion, the AA's massive debt, older women want to retire.
Three times as many men as women over the age of 55 don't want to retire because they like their job.
The Passion Capital partner is taking over from Baroness Shields.
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%.
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.
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