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

5 minutes with... Tej Lalvani, TV Dragon and CEO of Vitabiotics

5 minutes with... Tej Lalvani, TV Dragon and CEO of Vitabiotics

The new dragon on finding a niche and his plans to expand the family supplements business into America.

Is there a moral dimension to business?

Is there a moral dimension to business?

You may have fiduciary duties, but you're still a human being.

Why Carillion collapsed

Why Carillion collapsed

UPDATE: The construction firm goes into liquidation after being unable to reach a deal with creditors and government.

5 Minutes with Alex Robson, King of Soho gin

5 Minutes with Alex Robson, King of Soho gin

The co-founder of West End Drinks named her gin in honour of her co-founder's father, strip club tycoon Paul Raymond.

Is this the office of the future?

Is this the office of the future?

Step into tomorrow's world of biophilic design, giant staircases and work pods.

SEAT's CEO on turnarounds, going global and succeeding within the VW Group

SEAT's CEO on turnarounds, going global and succeeding within the VW Group

THE MT INTERVIEW: Luca de Meo joined VW's Spanish subsidiary mid-way through a hair-raising turnaround. Now, with a fleet of fresh models at his back, he's hitting the gas.

Why Aldi and Lidl will keep on growing

Why Aldi and Lidl will keep on growing

UPDATE: The Big Four grocers are growing again, but the German onslaught is far from over.

Gender pay gap: be bold, but be realistic

Gender pay gap: be bold, but be realistic

Pay transparency and high level resignations create short-term pressure, but change needs to be sustainable.

'Going private allowed us to take more risks' - Dell CFO Tom Sweet

'Going private allowed us to take more risks' - Dell CFO Tom Sweet

The finance chief of Dell Technologies talks mergers, quarterly reporting and the importance of CFOs saying yes.

Workplace fun is serious business

Workplace fun is serious business

Our quality of life would be better if we let our hair down once in a while - not just at the Christmas party.