Karl Moore

Bombardier’s business is flourishing within narrower niche of business jets

Published: 14 February 2023

A series of missteps led Bombardier to the brink of bankruptcy in 2015. The Government of Quebec bailed out the Montreal-based manufacturer, but its stock cratered as it restructured its business....

Okimaw Community & HR Solutions works with First Nations leaders to implement effective human resources

Published: 14 February 2023

First Nations’ band managers typically play dual roles, serving as both finance and human-resources manager, but finances are often their primary focus, says Miranda Kennedy, the Vice President of...

Airlines struggling with multitude of factors, including a tight labour market that increases competition for workers

Published: 10 February 2023

Old software, bad weather, and high passenger volumes contributed to Southwest Airlines’ meltdown over the 2022 holiday season, which caused the cancellation of thousands of flights in just a few...

Underutilized Maritime airport seeks to grow industrial and cargo operations

Published: 3 February 2023

When it comes to passenger volume, the Saint John Airport doesn't crack the top 20 airports in Canada. And though Saint John is New Brunswick’s largest city, it has seen some of its flights migrate...

Montreal EdTech company Paper aims to address educational inequities

Published: 20 October 2022

When a parent pays a tutor directly, they are helping their own child succeed. But not every parent can afford to do that, and Montreal-based EdTech company Paper has a vision to address this...

To overcome labour and skill shortages, airlines need to partner

Published: 25 January 2023

High costs for labour and a shortage of key skills have contributed to serious challenges for airlines. And there is still turbulence ahead for the industry, says Ed Sims, the former CEO of WestJet...

Cheekbone Beauty founder Jenn Harper incorporates Indigenous teachings into company culture

Published: 19 January 2023

Many companies have missions and visions, and ours is helping every Indigenous person see and feel their value in the world, said Jenn Harper in an interview with Professor Karl Moore for The Globe...

National Indigenous Economic Strategy is a road map for building Indigenous economies

Published: 19 January 2023

There are more than 50,000 Indigenous businesses in Canada. They operate in every sector of the economy, and contribute $32 billion to the country’s GDP. And Indigenous businesses are poised to...


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