Rachel Savage

Rachel joined Management Today in December 2013 after several months trying to work out how to freelance while on the merry-go-round of business journalism internships. She spent most of her degree pulling all-nighters to get a newspaper to press, and dabbled in everything from food reviews to politics podcasts as a student journalist.

Nigeria's hidden opportunities

Nigeria's hidden opportunities

Africa's most populous country has a reputation for corruption and chaos. But for companies that invest for the long term and look beyond the stereotypes, the rewards can be enormous.

Meet Africa's off-grid entrepreneurs

Meet Africa's off-grid entrepreneurs

Solar power, mobile money, even drones - Africa's entrepreneurs don't lack creative ways to circumvent patchy infrastructure. But without proper investment even the best bootstrapping can only go so far.

The changing face of the capital

The changing face of the capital

The positive impact of immigration on London's economy also has a darker side. In This is London, Ben Judah goes behind the statistics to discover the stories of the city's migrants.

The gender pay gap is going nowhere fast

The gender pay gap is going nowhere fast

But official stats show part-time female workers are paid more than their male counterparts.

To infinity and beyond? UK's space industry blast-off at risk

To infinity and beyond? UK's space industry blast-off at risk

A report is urging the government to cut red tape to help the UK's small satellite makers.

EasyJet flies in record profits - but stays schtum on terror

EasyJet flies in record profits - but stays schtum on terror

Even a 22% dividend increase wasn't enough to placate shareholders.

The cost of workplace bullying

The cost of workplace bullying

More people than ever are reporting being bullied at work.

Nationwide poaches BT's Openreach boss

Nationwide poaches BT's Openreach boss

Joe Garner jumps ship as Ofcom investigates whether Openreach should be spun off.

10 things we learned this week

10 things we learned this week

Frank Underwood is good for business. Orcas not so much.

This 18 month-old online estate agent could be launching a £250m IPO

This 18 month-old online estate agent could be launching a £250m IPO

Purplebricks only went live last April, but its fixed fees have won plenty of fans.