The Financial Times’ chief information officer (CIO) Christina Scott has been named third in the CIO 100, an annual list recognising the most transformative CIOs in the UK business economy. She topped the media, leisure and entertainment category and is the only woman to be ranked in the top 20. High quality global journalism requires investment. Scott has more than 20 years experience across the media, IT and engineering industries and a track record of designing and delivering sophisticated commercial and editorial services and innovations. Before joining the Financial Times in 2012, she worked in technology across a number of media companies including the BBC, BT Vision, News International and ITV Digital, and spent several years as a consultant at Accenture.