Category Archives: Profiles

I have profiled a number of prominent figures, from Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer to Barclays’ Chairman Marcus Agius, in articles published by The Telegraph, The Times and The Guardian.

Lee Buchheit, fairy godmother to finance ministers in distress

Go-to expert for debt-ridden nations on why Spain is the euro’s biggest problem, and why he prefers working for debtors Continue reading

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Flipboard is ready to page the future says Mike McCue

At 43, a Silicon Valley ‘old guy’ is revolutionising the way iPad users navigate online media. Continue reading

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How Barbara Windsor became a Little Cracker

The much-loved former Carry On and EastEnders star tells Josephine Moulds how she came to make a short film about the day she bought her first bra. Continue reading

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The Friday interview: Dennis Nally of PwC

The global chairman of PricewaterhouseCoopers says ’100% surety’ on audits would have to come at an extra cost. Continue reading

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The Sunday Interview: Edward Saatchi

Edward Saatchi reveals to Josephine Moulds how he moved from the Obama campaign to found a social network firm to support businesses Continue reading

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Flickr founder Caterina Fake has a Hunch the next generation of technology will be able to predict people’s needs

It is almost a truism that technology is booming. And the market in technology is booming as well. Continue reading

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Moshi Monsters makes it third time lucky for dotcom entrepreneur Michael Acton Smith

Michael Acton Smith, founder of the children’s social network Moshi Monsters, is something of a dotcom veteran. Continue reading

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Oh no it isn’t! Dramatic tension over the best production lines

We’re going to have to go by bike,” says Will Butler-Adams, as the car sputters into silence for the last time. “It’s fate!” he laughs, and off we go on our Brompton bicycles down a dark and bumpy lane, on the outskirts of Maidenhead. Continue reading

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Standing by for the Cuban game-changer

Cuba is undergoing the most dramatic change since Fidel Castro seized power, nationalised all businesses and aligned himself with the Soviet Union in the early 1960s. Continue reading

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Writer Andrew Ross Sorkin: ‘My goal was to put you inside the room’ for financial crisis

Amazon lists 3,465 books about the credit crunch. But only one gives a minute by minute account of the key characters, the shouting, the text messages and the furious meetings. Continue reading

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