Adam Gale

Online editor

There’s little Adam likes more than a good conversation about business. It’s a good thing really, as MT's online editor regularly chews the fat with CEOs, management gurus, academics and entrepreneurs. When he’s not chatting with Sir Martin Sorrell about his Latin O Level or musing about multitasking with Charles Handy, he’s more often than not found ‘deep diving’ into some data set or trying to figure out how to make his computer work. Occasionally covers tech, ironically.

Email: adam.gale@haymarket.com

How to solve a problem like work experience

How to solve a problem like work experience

Q&A: Serial entrepreneur Sherry Coutu's Workfinder app matches young people and employers.

Harassment at work must stop - but do we actually know what it is?

Harassment at work must stop - but do we actually know what it is?

Navigating grey areas requires good management, and a little common sense.

Why Aldi and Lidl will keep on growing

Why Aldi and Lidl will keep on growing

UPDATE: The Big Four grocers return to comfortable growth, but the German onslaught is far from over.

Surviving scandal and controversy - with Mark Oaten

Surviving scandal and controversy - with Mark Oaten

YOU LIVE AND YOU LEARN: Toppled by a sex scandal, Lib Dem MP Mark Oaten did what any of us would do... and became the chief of the international fur trade.

Will we be happier at work in the future?

Will we be happier at work in the future?

It's up to us whether new technology and business trends help or harm our quality of life.

Five minutes with... Bernie de Le Cuona, the entrepreneur who made linen cool

Five minutes with... Bernie de Le Cuona, the entrepreneur who made linen cool

The fabric designer started 25 years ago without a plan, and now turns over £10m.

Growing pains: How entrepreneurs become leaders

Growing pains: How entrepreneurs become leaders

SPONSORED: What keeps entrepreneurs up at night? We took five business owners out for lunch to find out.

Xi Jinping and the problem of picking a successor

Xi Jinping and the problem of picking a successor

China has a strong leader but no heir apparent. It's an issue business knows only too well.

Unpaid internships aren't good for business

Unpaid internships aren't good for business

OPINION: Employers that use unpaid interns should at least demonstrate a positive case for them.

Managing mental health at work

Managing mental health at work

Problems with wellbeing or mental health do not need to limit your career. Here's some advice for employees and employers.