From Bench to Bedside
Isoperimetric inequality in warped product manifold.
The McGill Institute for Global Food Security, in collaboration with the UN World Food Programme (WFP), invites you to participate in a seminar on Global Perspectives and Partnerships in the Fight against Hunger.
Hamiltonian Time Evolution for Causal Variational Principles
Exploring pro-environmental behaviors of consumers: An analysis of contextual factors, attitude, and behaviors
Authors: Ertza, M., Karakasb, F., Sarigöllü, E.
Publication: Journal of Business Research
Créateurs d’entreprises, Frédéric Mazella (BlaBlaCar), Laurence Fornari (SkyLights) et Pascal Lépine (Atypic) racontent en quoi leur formation à changer leur vision de l’entrepreneuriat. Les mots qui reviennent dans leur bouche : ouverture, contacts, expériences, travail d’équipe, confrontations constructives, partage de connaissances, etc.
I once went to see Kevin O’Leary at a Fireside Chat at Ryerson University’s Ted Rogers School of Management, just to experience him in a more intimate situation. He was as abrasive and blunt as he was on Dragon’s Den. He still said “it was all about the money” and it made me sad. Read what he says about business being war. I hate war and violence and we do not need more of that in our world.
McGill University professor Karl Moore discusses the challenges Bombardier faced and why the layoffs 'had to be done'.
Watch full video: CTV News, October 21, 2016
Another bad day for Bombardier, but will that accelerate possible federal funding?
Saying it needs to be more profitable and more competitive, Bombardier is cutting more than 7,000 jobs over the next few years with 1,500 in Quebec and 500 elsewhere in the country.
McGill business professor Karl Moore spoke with CTV saying financial public investments are still needed for a company as big as Bombardier even though it's making cuts.
Bombardier is eliminating 7,500 workers around the world, with roughly 2,000 positions being cut in Canada. But they’re hiring 3,700 in countries with lower costs. One expert says Canada’s struggle to be competitive in the international marketplace is one reason why.
Karl Moore, professor at the Desautels faculty of management at McGill University, said that Bombardier will have to “suffer some pain” here in Canada as it restructures in an attempt to return to profitability and competitiveness.