Matthew Gwyther

Matthew Gwyther is the former editor of Management Today.

During his 16 year spell running the magazine, he won the coveted BSME Business Magazine Editor of the year on a record five occasions. Before that he spent 15 years as a freelancer, writing for the Sunday Times magazine, The Independent, The Telegraph, The Observer, GQ and was a contributing editor to Business magazine. He was PPA Business Feature Writer of the Year in 2001 and spends far too much time worrying about his three kids. Before becoming a journalist he had a brief and inauspicious spell as a civil servant working at the Medical Research Council in its London Secretariat. It nearly drove him crazy.

Leadership lessons: Mervyn Davies, former CEO of Standard Chartered and trade minister

Leadership lessons: Mervyn Davies, former CEO of Standard Chartered and trade minister

"People talk about pressure – I worked 24 hours a day. There is more pressure on political leaders than I ever saw in the corporate world.”

What if Milton Friedman was right about corporate purpose?

What if Milton Friedman was right about corporate purpose?

In the age of Extinction Rebellion, businesses need a purpose beyond profit. But crusading capitalists miss the point if they forget the importance of providing jobs, growth and investment.

"I play for the long term"  - Ocado's Tim Steiner on M&S, vertical farming and making Brexit work

"I play for the long term" - Ocado's Tim Steiner on M&S, vertical farming and making Brexit work

From dot com bubble to the FTSE 100, Ocado has confounded its critics.

Rupert Stadler, Audi boss in the eye of an emissions storm

Rupert Stadler, Audi boss in the eye of an emissions storm

FROM THE ARCHIVE: When Audi's parent company VW first became embroiled in the emissions scandal in 2015, Management Today went to Ingolstadt to grill chairman Rupert Stadler.

How we fell out of love with Big Tech

How we fell out of love with Big Tech

Once our algorithmic saviours, the likes of Google and Facebook have been accused of dodging taxes, harming mental health and subverting democracy.

McKinsey head Dominic Barton: 'We don't dominate the brain pool'

McKinsey head Dominic Barton: 'We don't dominate the brain pool'

LONG READ: The Firm's dogged Managing Partner stepped down in 2018 after nine years, but how did he get to the top?

One year on: How the Brexit vote has already harmed this business

One year on: How the Brexit vote has already harmed this business

The referendum vote has sucked confidence out of the economy, says clothes maker Austen Pickles.

Meet the woman running India's answer to Asos

Meet the woman running India's answer to Asos

LONG READ: Mary Turner, CEO of the country's fastest-growing online fashion retailer Koovs has a track record in helping build British tech businesses. Can she make the most of the country's booming economy and large youth population?

The New Age of Unreason

The New Age of Unreason

EDITOR'S BLOG: From quack medicine to fake news, people will believe anything if they really want to.

Could Brexit take Northern Ireland back to the bad old days?

Could Brexit take Northern Ireland back to the bad old days?

UPDATE: Last week's election has thrown the spotlight on Northern Ireland's status post-Brexit. Earlier this year MT visited the province to see how businesses felt about leaving the EU - and the potential of a hard border.