MIKE BROWN: Professor Brown spent the past year collating data for Britain's Most Admired Companies. With the results out, the Nottingham Business School man can get some much-deserved daylight. This is the 15th year of his survey, one of the most keenly awaited exercises in the corporate media calendar.
TOM DUNMORE: Stuff's editor-in-chief has been playing with shiny toys for a living for the past seven years, and now lives in a nest of discarded technology. Here, he helps sort the wheat from the techno chaff. Dunmore co-presents Channel 5's Gadget Show and has written for the Sunday Times and Mail on Sunday.
EMMA DE VITA: Can you have too much too young? Our newly married section editor gets to grips with early career burnout - not her own, but that of her high-flying 30ish contemporaries, victims of Accelerated Success Syndrome. De Vita plays it cool, 'happy to scoot along on a Vespa at a wobbly 35 mph,' she says.
BEN WACHENJE: Illustrator Wachenje captures the razzamatazz that is the Most Admired awards, casting Leahy, Dunstone et al as movie stars prowling a red carpet. The Harlow man began his career as a spraycan artist, but his unique style has since won him work with BT, Toyota and Microsoft, as well as GQ and Maxim.