JEREMY THOMAS: Bosses, a breed apart, in need of haircuts
Those that have built up companies with large share prices will be honoured at the Sunday Times Top 100 awards
I have always been fascinated by bosses, my admiration mixed with a sort of feral unease stirred by the reckoning that their breed is not mine, nor ever was.
Part of the distance felt by the likes of me and my fellow army ants is that bosses seem born to the role. From the playground onward they’re genetically marked for the corner office.