This year's 35 Women Under 35 list reveals a group of career chameleons who are ditching rigid roles, constantly reinventing themselves - and staying relevant.
She was dubbed the most powerful woman on Wall Street. Now she's redefining investing for women.
Privately, chief executives speak of disaster ahead. They must make their voices heard, says ex-Lib Dem leader Sir Nick Clegg.
At MT's Inspiring Women conference, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson talks about her career from journalism to politics, her biggest regret and why she's sleeping better at night.
Former SNP MP Michelle Thomson has dealt with rape, false media accusations and being suspended from her party. She opens up on how she coped with the most testing times of her life.
We're on the hunt for this year's 35 Women Under 35 - the country's most talented young businesswomen. Nomination deadline extended to 31st May.
Thomasina Miers says she 'wasted' her twenties before following her passion for food, winning MasterChef and co-founding Britain's most popular Mexican restaurant chain Wahaca.
Sarah Friar grew up in Northern Ireland and studied engineering. Now she's one of Silicon Valley's top women in fintech.
Caroline Plumb co-founded FreshMinds and Fluidly, despite some unexpected advice.
After a career spanning American Express, O2 and Skype, Russ Shaw left the corporate world to champion the capital's tech scene.