Andrew SaundersDeputy Editor
Andrew Saunders - Deputy Editor
Saunders has interviewed just about everyone who is anyone for MT, from entrepreneurs to captains of industry and even the odd (sometimes very odd) politician and sporting hero. Ken Clarke, Peter Mandelson and Sir Alex Ferguson standing out in his memory amongst the latter, despite the fact that he knows nothing about football and only marginally more about politics.
But it is business which remains his abiding professional interest, not least because of the growing influence which business and those who conduct it enjoy over the daily lives of so many of us 21st century ‘global citizens’.
Figuring out exactly how everything from a one-man start-up to a vast multinational works, and what makes their founders, leaders and employees tick, is what gets him out of bed in the morning. That and the demands of his small but strident six year-old daughter, Katy.
Latest Articles From This Author
- Wind, nuclear, even tidal - these are the usual alternative energy suspects. But how about a hydrogen economy instead...
- Elon Musk's machines may hog the limelight, but the fuel-cell powered Toyota Mirai is probably the most technologically advanced car you can buy.
- Part of the extended VW family, the underrated Seat has the quality of a Golf without the price tag.
- MT LIVE PREVIEW - Particle physicist turned entrepreneur Prof Michael Feindt on how smart data analysis can boost your business
- To mark 50 years of MT, here's the second in a series looking back at the best business brains since 1966.
- How big a bite can Tesla - the 'Apple of EVs' - take out of the car biz?
- Its Indian owners have put the entire Tata Steel UK business up for sale, prompting calls for state help and even re-nationalisation.
- To mark 50 years of MT, here's the first in a series looking back at the best business brains since 1966.
- From AI to driverless cars, will Alphabet's investments pay off?
- Can McLaren's new range compete with the likes of Ferrari and Porsche in the supercar stakes? MT visits its high-tech Woking HQ.
- The 66 yr old Aussie boss of mega-miner Rio Tinto is being replaced 'growth oriented' Jean-Sebastien Jacques. Shareholders will be standing by for action.
- The risks are spiralling upwards while the rewards seem to be going in the opposite direction. Maybe EDF CFO Thomas Piquemal was right - quit now while we can.
- UPDATE: The engine maker has handed the activist investor a place on its board.
- In the internet age, technology permeates every area of business. So why are there not more techies in the boardroom? MT goes in search of the lesser spotted chief geek.
- Regular punters end up on hold but Google gets to set its own tax rate. No wonder the public are losing faith in HMRC.
- The jet engine giant has cut its dividend for the first time in 24 years, but the market seems to like it anyway...
- Not content with conning old ladies out of their savings, online fraudsters are now targeting the corporate hierarchy by pretending to be CEOs...
- The doomsday scenario of machines taking our work and destroying society as we know it is not new, but The Rise of the Robots cranks up the debate.
- So James Murdoch is to return to Sky as chairman, four years after News UK's phone hacking scandal forced him out. Boxset material, surely?
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Women in business
- How 'accidental entrepreneur' Julie Hanna became Obama's enterprise ambassador
- Why tomorrow's CEO will come from marketing
- Can a rise in female angel investors help close the funding gap?
- 4 damning stats that reveal the lack of gender diversity at the top of UK Plc
- Lord Browne: 'There's only one openly gay CEO in the Fortune 500...There has to be more'