News Manufacturing General
June 2, 2020  

Canadian CEOs must support anti-racism efforts with action: experts

Create or revamp diversity and inclusion strategies, turn to Black employee resource groups for advice and conduct racial bias training.

News Manufacturing Economy General
July 17, 2018  

Canada less competitive than US, especially when it comes to taxes: CPA survey

Optimism about the economy holds from from Q1 but plunges compared to Q2 last year.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
July 16, 2018  

Ford government moves to take more control of Hydro One executive salaries

Requires the board to establish a new compensation framework for the CEO and directors.

News Manufacturing General
April 10, 2018  

Protectionism and economic uncertainty tests C-Suite optimism

Chartered Professional Accountants study finds down 14% in Q1 over the previous quarter.

News Aerospace Manufacturing General
April 5, 2017  

Politicians pressed on government stepping in on Bombardier pay

But Couillard warns interference could discourage investment in Quebec.

News General
July 22, 2013  

GlaxoSmithKline says execs may have broken Chinese law

Police say as much as $490M funnelled through travel agencies and consulting firms to hide bribes.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
May 9, 2013  

Manufacturing execs ENGAGE to break through business barriers

Manufacturing execs ENGAGE to break through business barriers

News Business Operations Operations Technology
April 30, 2013  

China’s bad air drives top foreign executives away

Good for career but bad for health: How expats see a stint in China.

News Business Operations Operations
February 28, 2013  

Growth Tips: When you’re riding off in all directions

Alignment of marketing with strategy provides direction.

News Business Operations Operations Technology
January 21, 2013  

Ottawa pays for top CEOs travelling with Harper-led delegation

30 Canadian executives from oil, agricultural and manufacturing companies had part of Chinese tour paid for.

News General
February 29, 2012  

Global execs feel less stressed — except in Canada

Global business leaders are showing the lowest annual increase in stress levels since 2005 – except in Canada, according to a global study by the Grant Thornton consulting firm.

News Production
December 29, 2011  

Marketing Tips: Strategies for success

Savvy senior executives understand that creating a clearly defined competitive strategy makes their marketing tactics much more effective.

News Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability
June 23, 2011  

Oil and gas execs primed for investment

Positive business conditions in Canada are giving oil and gas companies the confidence to invest this year, although rising inflationary pressures could crimp their plans, says a Ernst & Young report.