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St Jude's storm in October means the UK's insurance business is as busy as ever.
The UK's chief executives have a lot in common, if you want to fit in among them - there are a few rules you can follow to make sure you look the part, argues Sean Farrington of QlikTech
Divinia Knowles, COO and CFO of online games firm Mind Candy, gives her take on Amazon, antiques and enterprise education.
Kim Winser, the saviour of Pringle and Aquascutum, has launched an eponymous online luxury brand Winser London. She talks fashion, family funds and F1.
Isuzu Truck boss Nikki King - a rare woman in the male-dominated truck industry - on dealing with stress and ridding Whitehall of career politicians.
A glitzy event last night saw some of the highest-powered part time professionals around gathered together to celebrate breaking the shackles of the 9 to 5...
Speaking at MT's Inspiring Women Conference 2013, Isuzu Truck boss Nikki King says the biggest opposition she's faced is other women.
We get the camera out and chat with some of the delegates at this year's conference about everything from coping with stress to their management techniques.
Speaking at MT's Inspiring Women Conference 2013, easyJet CEO Carolyn McCall explains how she'd ask for a payrise.
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Sarah Wood, co-founder of viral video firm Unruly Media, on why she had to crack eggs to crack the States.
The role of corporate affairs director used to be a sleepy sinecure for company time-servers. But now keeping a firm's comms plates spinning is rapidly becoming the hottest gig in town...
When she's not signing off a new shoe range, the Hobbs CEO is hard at work in a seven-acre garden in Norfolk.
Forget Del Boy, running your own business can now be as glamorous as being in a rock band. We look at this new breed of rock'n'roll business owners.
Chronic overcapacity already means too many fleets chasing too few cargoes, yet the container tycoons still pin their hopes on a new generation of Triple-E mega-vessels. Will the billion-dollar bets pay off?
Lord Browne was forced out of one of the biggest jobs in Britain after scandal hit in 2007. Now, the former BP chief is back.
Next week London hosts the WIEF, a Sharia-compliant Davos. The CEO of a major Islamic bank says the UK is going to have to take Sharia finance more seriously.
The man behind such London drinking institutions as Camden Town Brewery and the Hoxton Bar & Kitchen explains why bar work is a serious business.
This week, a rather remarkable rejection letter from Cadbury went viral. We decided to trawl the interwebs to find some more examples of riotously witty rejections.
INFOGRAPHIC: Almost 200 years since the birth of Ada Lovelace, one of the world's first computer programmers, women are still behind in technology.
She's liberated British women between the sheets - but the Ann Summers CEO is worried about their position in the boardroom.
So you're ready to have kids - but are you ready for the career-transforming effect it's going to have, asks our Power Mums columnist Christine Armstrong.
The pink pound pioneer and financial adviser picks a few of his favourite things, one of them being his rescue parrot, Hercules.
Most people are not as good at their jobs - or at many other things - as they think they are, and the thriving self-help industry merely encourages their delusions. Here's some pointers to those seeking genuine self-improvement.
Having learned to read at 14, Woodward is now commercial director of the biggest salon in the world. No mean feat for a mother of two...
The MT Interview: Since the Morrisons deal, Ocado's two remaining founders, Jason Gissing & Tim Steiner, have left behind the ill-fated IPO in 2010.
Former City high-flyer Dessi Bell on avoiding the word cellulite, working at McDonalds and doing away with paper.
Many firms pat themselves on the back for their diversity policies. In fact, social mobility is in steady decline in Britain - and it's stifling our competitiveness.
Former McKinsey partner Nina Bhatia says too much pressure is put on parents by schools. 'If a full-time working, male politician had to figure out how to fill the school holidays, we'd design the whole system differently'.
The beauty queen talks perfecting her products, walking away from investors - and why creativity counts.
Political footballers, women of the FTSE 100, why Dick Costolo is megalolz.
It's unusual for a banking boss to be so blunt - and so poetic - about his company's downsides...
Women's minister Maria Miller sets out recommendations to improve women's lot in business. No word on boardroom quotas, though.
Speakers include EasyJet CEO Carolyn McCall, E.On non executive director Denise Kingsmill and AMVBBDO chairman Cilla Snowball.
Vouchers? Food hampers? Pah! Most UK workers don't even get a lump of coal from their employers at Christmas.
A government report shows working is no longer enough to pull families out of poverty. Employers need to help, it warns.
The woman who binned Burberry check dog nappies is off - cutting female FTSE 100 bosses by a third.
The influential fund manager has said it will vote against chairmen of male only boards after 2015.
The percentage of women on FTSE 100 boards has increased to 19% but there's still a 'long way to go'.
Larry Ellison's heroic past, plus Latvia's army of power-women, and ee by gum - it's Mark Carney.
Figures show more women than ever are in employment but the men still dominate the high wage bracket.
Economist Larry Summers has pulled out of the race to become chairman of the US Federal Reserve.
The fashion brand has hit out against critics, posting total group sales of £75m.
Kate Bostock, who recently quit Asos after only six months, is the new chief executive of Coast.
Gender parity may be increasing when it comes to salaries - but bonuses are still a problem, says research by the Chartered Management Institute.
Aid minister Alan Duncan has urged Cameron to avoid promoting women simply to address the gender imbalance
Under new rules banks will have to decide on a target for the 'underrepresented gender' on their boards.
Mark Carney has chosen to peg 'forward guidance' on the base rate to unemployment. It's risky - but then, he's not afraid of a bit of risk.
Women without children apparently resent their colleagues - although before long, it won't just be kids we have to rush off for...
A group of ad agencies has agreed to create TV campaigns in exchange for equity in fast-growing companies
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