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UPDATE: The discounters' market share is already growing at the expense of Tesco and the gang, and economic uncertainty over Brexit will only help them.
The referendum vote has caused turmoil on the markets, but businesses should look for opportunities.
The WPP boss and Lord Browne tell MT why the Remain campaign got it wrong and why they feel Brexit is bad news.
Time to panic? Here's what to look out for after the referendum shocker.
After their failure to predict last year's election outcome tomorrow could be another painful day for market research firms.
The number of $1bn companies has fallen compared to last year, but Europe's crop looks to be in finer fettle than its US equivalents.
The businessman faced the music (and some feisty MPs) over his role in the retailer's sorry state.
The software giant buys the social media squib, leaving everyone else scratching their heads.
The skills gap is apparently costing our economy £63bn a year in lost GDP, but rushing to plug it could cause more harm than good.
The supermarket's finance boss is heading off to run Argos. Perfect training for the top job?
Apparently, we hold female workers to higher ethical standards, which means we're tougher on them when they slip up.
The retail tycoon will have an uphill struggle when he goes before MPs next week.
Countrywide, Britain's largest group of homesellers, is launching a fixed-price online option.
The shy entrepreneur has had a change of heart and is going to appear before the business select committee.
Smartphone growth is slowing but voice recognition is on the up.
WATCH: The former Airports Commission chair on Heathrow, Brexit and the future of work.
The scandal-hit car maker's main brand is struggling, but its profits crept up over the last three months.
It's not all about the banks.
The department store's new boss used to run Amazon's fashion business and knows a thing or two about Lycra.
The government's bid to lift some of its stifling restrictions is a sign of progress.
Update: The Charities Commission says our trust in the third sector has hit an all-time low. Here's why.
The executive chair of L1 Energy and former BP boss on how times have changed for inclusivity at work - though there's more to be done.
Love him or hate him, the chancellor's delayed response to the Brexit vote rings a comforting tone.
Individuals can take specific steps to feel more assured in their capabilities, though companies have responsibilities too.
We need better leaders and new coalitions based on shared principles, values and ideas, says Robert Phillips.
Q&A: The co-founder and CEO of the customer service software firm on how he developed a billion dollar Danish company.
EDITOR'S BLOG: Last night's referendum result is a shock to the system. But life must go on and we must make the most of a bad job when healing self-inflicted wounds.
Gareth Jones told MT's Future of Work conference how to build a business people want to work for.
From accusations of nepotism to succession planning, managing family businesses requires a particular set of skills.
The traditional hiring process of application, job interview and assessment is dying. Today's digitally-savvy jobseekers need convincing that a job is right for them, and expect employers to move as fast as they do.
Too many companies are still having trouble improving their gender balance - in spite of industry-wide calls for change.
EDITOR'S BLOG: A referendum is no way to decide an issue as complicated as Britain's relationship with Europe - and it has brought out the worst in us.
The co-founder of online education platform Coursera on what skills will get workers ahead in the future.
WORKPLACE RIGHTS: Companies need to follow UK legislation - which places significant restrictions on the power to monitor employees' private communications.
BUSINESS CLASSIC: Psychologist Daniel Goleman showed why self-awareness and social deftness matter more than brainpower.
You don't have to get laughed out of the boardroom if you bring up purpose, says Steve Fuller.
The workplace is the most promising space for wearable technology, but mistrust in employers is holding it back.
To transform or not to transform. That is the question, says Christian Jerusalem.
The MT Interview
By Matthew Gwyther Monday, 13 June 2016
THE MT INTERVIEW: He helped create Tate Modern and is now centre stage at the Royal Opera House as chief executive. A lover of music, he's enjoying himself, despite the tough task of keeping audiences, performers and donors happy.
UPDATE: It's not just falling fashion sales causing him problems.
MT at 50: From robot domination to self-led organisations, here are three scenarios of what our working lives could look like in 50 years' time.
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