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Past articles by Elliott:

Bankrupt, jailed, £100m: Confessions of AirX CEO, John Matthews

OUR QUIET table at Dover Street’s Arts Club is becoming a de facto confession box. → Read More

Ogilvy & Mather UK's long-awaited new chief executive Michael Frohlich on consolidation, and flexing in a world of flux

When Annette King shocked Adland by leaving Ogilvy & Mather for Publicis Groupe last year, more than a handful of would-be chief executives had their → Read More

TLA's Russ Shaw is fortifying London's position as a global tech powerhouse

With a discernibly American twang, tainted softly-British, New York-born Russ Shaw is, perhaps, not who one might expect as London’s tech cheerleader → Read More

The Lynx Effect: How TMW Unlimited helped to redefine the ladvert

If you ever thought for a moment that advertising was a simple case of shouting the loudest and most often to embed a brand in the consumer’s mind, → Read More

Euro-regulation threatens internet model as we know it

Few kids today will ever experience hovering in the local newsagents, browsing magazines before scarpering after an angry voice screeches that “this → Read More

The Brain behind Brainlabs: Dan Gilbert talks robots, advertising, and the merits of being positive

“Did you know Dan used to be a comedian?” asks Pepper, Brainlabs’ humanoid secretary, head pivoting quizzically like a confused marionette as I → Read More

While the Big Six ad groups struggle, MSQ Partners are bucking the trend

This year has seen the Big Six advertising groups take a hit to their coffers. → Read More

App-land heavyweight Michelle Kennedy is connecting lonely young mums

When you’re the deputy chief executive of a thriving dating network, and were instrumental in the launch of another, upon giving birth to your first → Read More

Billionaire Hollywood bad boy Alki David is resurrecting the dead with holograms

There’s a rather bonkers Russian chap named Dmitry Itskov who claims that by the year 2045 his team of scientists will have achieved human immortality → Read More

Everything Under Heaven: Xi Jinping's Belt and Road could cement China as the world's superpower

“Everything under heaven is in utter chaos; the situation is excellent,” wrote Mao Zedong in his little red book. → Read More

Moneyfarm is changing the face of wealth management

Perhaps only a decade ago, having somebody to manage your wealth was reserved for those who could afford it. → Read More

20 years since Deep Blue: Garry Kasparov on the human-machine relationship

When Garry Kasparov was defeated in a game of chess by IBM’s Deep Blue in 1997, it represented more than just a PR exercise from an opportunistic computer → Read More

Heir Hunters star Danny Curran on how to hunt down lost relations

Down thin cobbled lanes around Old Street is a warehouse, and inside – assuming you are a British citizen born before the year 2000 – sits a microfiche → Read More

How the boss of BlackLine went from agriculture to automation

The first time I interviewed Therese Tucker was at City A.M. towers, way back in the springtime. → Read More

Baroness Bitcoin of Arabia: Michelle Mone and Douglas Barrowman on their delve into the world of cryptocurrency

Baroness Michelle Mone, and her billionaire property mogul partner Douglas Barrowman, this morning open the sale of two 40-storey residential towers spanning → Read More

Robert Herjavec: We are in the midst of a Cyber Cold War

Never has a flute of champagne been thrust into my hand as I arrived for an interview, until today. → Read More

SAS's Niloofar Razi Howe says information security has an image problem

Niloofar Razi Howe’s early life was a whirlwind. → Read More

Meet PD3's Cat Botibol: From "tea girl" to owner in little over a decade

Cat Botibol, owner and creative chief at experiential and content marketing agency PD3, might be a millennial, she tells me. → Read More

CHI&Partners chief executive Sarah Golding talks taking up the IPA presidency

I got rather lost in Fitzrovia searching for the CHI&Partners office; I thought I’d been there before, forgetting that in fact, the business and → Read More

Meet Pixoneye, the firm using raw photo data to better understand consumers

The approaching data economy will be dominated by those who can extract the most value from raw ones and zeroes. → Read More