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2011: E.U. Countries--States Of Corruption

For nations to remain solvent, they need decentralized, deep, accountable capital markets.

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Published on : 07 Jan 2011

Pilot flew into Canadian history

Victor Bennett (BCom’51) will be attending an induction ceremony by Canada's Aviation Hall of Fame as a now-defunct company with which he once flew will receive a special award for its contribution to Canadian flying history.

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Published on : 07 Jan 2011

Lessons in Diplomacy

This could well be the year when things really start to get improve in the world economy. And if that happens, then the ‘war for talent’, which has dwindled to little more than a playground squabble in some sectors, may be back on with a vengeance.

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Published on : 06 Jan 2011

Talking Management with Karl Moore: Future triathletes of change

Prof. Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, speaks to Robert Greenhill, who is the managing director of the World Economic Forum, better known to many people as Davos [the location of the organization’s annual meeting in Switzerland].

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Published on : 05 Jan 2011

Karl Moore on the year in business

CTV News speaks to Prof. Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management, about the top business stories of 2010.

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Published on : 04 Jan 2011

Conozca a la artista que ha revolucionado el mundo del management

Para Nancy Adler, pintora y académica de la Universidad de McGill, los líderes del futuro deben tener una capacidad de reflexión para lograr hacer la diferencia en sus compañías.

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Published on : 04 Jan 2011

Talking Management with Karl Moore: The multi-stakeholder approach

Prof. Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, speaks to Michael Beer, senior professor at the Harvard Business School.

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Published on : 03 Jan 2011

Power of One: Water ways

When Guy Futi decided to begin a water bottle company, he wanted to make more than money. He wanted to make a difference.

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Published on : 02 Jan 2011

Appointments to the Order of Canada

The Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, announced 54 new appointments to the Order of Canada.

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Published on : 30 Dec 2010

Airlines' fortunes looking up in new year

The return of business travellers, fuller planes and rising ticket prices meant a better year for the country's airlines, but industry watchers say emerging from the recession's lows was still a slow climb in 2010.

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Published on : 28 Dec 2010

Internet Gambling: No Mere Roll Of The Dice

Gambling is a normal human pursuit like any other, and it's time to bring it out of the shadows.

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Published on : 23 Dec 2010

Talking Management with Karl Moore: Southwest's former chief on how fundamentals pay off

Prof. Karl Moore of the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University, speaks with Jim Parker, the former CEO of Southwest Airlines out of the Dallas area.

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Published on : 22 Dec 2010

Business Without Borders: Challenges for Canadian Business Overseas

BNN speaks to Karl Moore, Professor of Business Strategy, Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University about his experience doing business overseas.

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Published on : 21 Dec 2010

Leapfrogging: How Civilizations Progress And Make Smart Decisions

Forbes has given me the opportunity to write this "Leapfrogging" column, so I'm taking the opportunity to explain its generic title. – Professor Reuven Brenner

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Published on : 17 Dec 2010

Clear role of women-leadership is still not formulated

The role of women is changing. Professor Nancy J. Adler of the Desautels Faculty of Management, discusses where she sees the role of women in society and in business. -Translated from a Slovenian article in “Finance” newspaper

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Published on : 17 Dec 2010