The final instalment of the Financial Times' debate between Colin Mayer and Desautels Prof. Henry Mintzberg on shareholder value.
Desautels Prof. Karl Moore comments on the restructuring of Air Canada's business model.
Karl Moore comments in the Gazette on a story by Jay Brien on how the airline will be able to accomplish in 2009 the permanent repair of its business model that it failed to carry out during its first restructuring.
Karl Moore, a business professor at McGill University’s Desautels Faculty of Management, says that while the Canadiens have valuable assets and it would be great to have a local owner...
With the corporate job market looking grim, many students are exploring alternatives. For some at McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management, the alternative of choice may be to start a company of their own. Entrepreneurship is one of the most popular concentrations among the faculty's 2,400 undergraduates.
THE CULL: 8 Troubled airline formed plans to oust CEO as it announced $1-billion loss in February THE CRISIS: 8 Cash crunch, pension shortfall returned company to brink of bankruptcy protection THE PLAYERS: 8 Airline brings back former execs who once guided it out of financial hot water. McGill's Karl Moore comments for story.
Shadow Leadership: Karl Moore talks with Katty Marmenout, research fellow in Abu Dhabi studying women's leadership.
Calin Rovinescu, the 52-year-old lawyer turned airline executive and then merger maker, took over Air Canada's cockpit today as the company faces a cash crunch, steeply declining travel demand, strong competition from WestJet Airlines and tough labour negotiations. Karl Moore, senior professor at McGill University's Desautels School of Management, said Rovinescu was chosen because he brings the ri
Karl Moore appears on Canada AM on the future of airline industry in Canada.
A Desautels BCom student writes about his "business mission" to Israel.