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
- The Swiss currency has only been devalued once since 1850, but it's finding itself adrift in a world awash with debt.
- Ex JP Morgan i-banking head Bill Winters is to replace Peter Sands as CEO of Standard Chartered. Chairman John Peace and three veteran NEDs are also out.
- That's what the crazy Finnish wannabe entrepreneurs who attend the annual Polar Bear Pitchfest in Oulu have to do to prove they are hungry enough - endure trial by (cold) water.
- Anglo-Australian FTSE 100 miner Rio Tinto is ploughing $2bn into a share buyback, as its annual earnings fall 10% on the commodities price crash.
- The US based coffee giant has announced UK profits for the year to Sept 2014 of £1.06m - its first since arriving on these shores way back in 1998.
- From inspiration to desperation, MT wants to know exactly how good your boss is, and how you feel about being a manager yourself.
- Cambridge based ARM, perhaps the UK's only global tech business, is launching a new mobile processor aimed squarely at eating chip giant Intel's lunch.
- THE MT INTERVIEW: With commodity prices tumbling, Rio Tinto's CEO ought to be worried. But if he is, the unflappable Aussie isn't letting on.
- COMPANY VITAE: Xiaomi's stylish, keenly priced phones and tablets are a runaway success in China.
- The 84-year-old who broke the Bank of England says he is giving up investing - and that this time he really means it.
- The UAE's energy minister has ruled out any reduction in output and stated that oil prices will remain low for the foreseeable future.
- A new research paper suggests that optimistic bosses end up getting paid less than their more pessimistic peers. The price of a positive outlook...
- The amount of money stashed away in negative interest eurozone debt has more than doubled since October to 1.2tn Euros.
- The board of the Irish airline has rejected an audacious bid from IAG boss Willie Walsh said to have valued the business at around 1.16bn euros.
- According to a new survey commissioned by the World Bank, lesbians in many countries earn more than their straight counterparts. Really?
- Ex Diageo boss Paul Walsh has reportedly walked away from the chairmanship of F1, leaving Bernie Ecclestone victorious once again.
- With BT about to make its decision over which mobile operator to buy, the rivals are falling over themselves to sell.
- The straight-talking former booze boss - and last years' MT Most Admired Leader - is rumoured to be on the starting grid for the chairmanship of Formula One.
- The retailer was the top pick among all the participants in this year's Britain's Most Admired Companies.
- The lights are about to go out and Ofgem is trying to look muscular and settle scores.
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