The Ryanair boss has been described as ‘a stunt pilot whose enemies would love to see him crash’. Was his audacious bid for Aer Lingus a stunt too far?
Articles written by Jane Lewis
Profile of the tough octogenarian who is leading Viacom in its mission to ‘rediscover cool’.
Pepsi drinkers were once encouraged to embrace “the choice of a new generation”. The appointment of Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi shows the firm is as good as its word.
It has been a remarkable year for Marie-Ségolène Royal – the woman some are tipping to become France’s first-ever female president.
The Bacardi family will be among the many Cuban exiles welcoming the prospect of Castro’s imminent demise. But even as their battles with the Cuban leader come to an end, a new rum war is beginning.
David Carruther’s arrest in the US has sent the whole online gambling industry into a panic. But how did this ‘inoffensive Brit’ wind up in a Missouri jail?
Profile of Angela Ahrendts of Burberry, who has been charged with the difficult task of selling the brand to US mass markets without losing any more of its upmarket appeal
Profile of the Trinity Mirror chief executive Sly Bailey, who has encountered a number of troubles, and seen off former Mirror editor Piers Morgan.
Profile of Alexander Lebedev, the ex-KGB spy who is set to become Russia’s answer to Donald Trump.
In their recent move to acquire ABP, Goldman Sachs reckoned without a counter-offer from rival Macquarie. This small Australian bank’s trajectory has been extraordinary, and it’s largely due to CEO and guiding light Allan Moss.