Woman: Could you tell us how you started with Hacker?
Man: I got into Hacker almost by accident.
I was chief executive of a meat trading firm called FMC Harris, which was subject to a hostile take-over.
At 9am one morning my boss was fired, and by 9.10am I was out too.
I spent eight weeks with no job, a wife and children to support, and a house to pay for.
到九点十分时，我也被解雇了 。我失业了八周，我要养活妻子和孩子，还要还房贷 。
Then I was approached by Hacker to set up a UK branch for them.
I was reluctant at first, but after a trip to Hacker's headquarters in the US to discuss it, I was chasing them!
Woman: It's a big company. Who do you actually work with on a daily basis?
Man: The rest of the management team arrives at around 9am.
I work closely with a team of six, including my PA, Alice Lang.
She is an integral part of the management system. I was lucky to find her, as it's almost impossible to find the right person for the job.
她是管理层不可或缺的一部分 。我很幸运能找到她，因为几乎找不到适合这份工作的人 。
The ideal employee is someone who is willing to work hard and someone who can adapt to the way we work.
Woman: Uh-huh. Right, so let's get you up to lunch-time.
女：嗯 。好吧，我们来聊聊你的午餐时间吧 。
After your early start, you must be ready for lunch quite early, too.
Man: Yes, though the actual time varies from day to day.
I try to avoid business lunches because I still have the afternoon ahead to contend with.
I don't enjoy lengthy meals. So I usually just have a sandwich in the office with Alice.