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A team of McGill MBA students has won first place at one of the largest international case competitions in North America. The Vanderbilt MBA eStrategy Case Competition was held at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, where 15 top business schools strove to develop a growth strategy for WebMD Envoy.
Larry Light, BSc'62, is one of the chief architects of the first-ever global marketing campaign for troubled fast-food giant McDonald's.
Don Meehan is one of the most powerful players' agents in the world of professional hockey. Meet the man who looks after some of your favourite stars.
A leading thinker in fundamental ecosystem science is coming to Montreal. C.S. Holling, the Arthur R. Marshall Jr. Chair in Ecological Sciences, Department of Zoology at the University of Florida, is visiting McGill University on Feb. 17 to deliver a talk.
The Financial Times survey of 100 MBA programs in the world gives the McGill MBA Program top ranks in North America: first for international mobility of its graduates, first for percentage of international professors and in the top five for percentage of international students.
Following the news thatMcGill, Sherbrooke and Bishop's universities are creating an independent venture capital firm called MSBI, we thought†a fact-sheet was in order to provide a few essential details.
Three Quebec universities are teaming up for a Canadian business first. McGill, Sherbrooke and Bishop's universities are creating an independent venture capital firm called MSBI, with an initial $26 million fund. An acronym for "McGill, Sherbrooke and Bishop's Innovation," MSBI will multiply the number of research projects that are commercialized.
Four years after Quebec's Summit on the Economy and Employment, how has the province fared in terms of job creation?
In an updated study of Canadian prime ministers since the end of World War II, two McGill University professors conclude that Brian Mulroney has the best economic record in the last half century.