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In the News

June 30, 2016

Mary Weil wins international case writing competition

Ivey communications lecturer and incoming Faculty Director of the HBA Program Mary Weil is among the winners for the 2015 EFMD Case Writing Competition for her case Boldly Go: Character Drives Leadership at Providence Healthcare.

June 27, 2016

Making the case – in just five hours: Students test their mettle in Accenture Strategy MBA Case Competition

Ivey MBA students participated in the 6th annual MBA Case Competition, sponsored this year by Accenture Strategy, June 22-24.

June 27, 2016

Summer reads: Top picks from Ivey faculty

Ivey faculty share their top book recommendations for the summer.

June 23, 2016

Courage, values, success: Ivey leaders receive honorary degrees

Three Ivey leaders, including former Ivey dean Carol Stephenson, were among the 16 individuals awarded honorary degrees at Western University’s 307th Convocation.

June 23, 2016

Time to embrace the fintech revolution: Ray Sharma, HBA ’96

Ray Sharma, HBA ’96, Executive Managing Partner of Extreme Venture Partners, delivered the inaugural Scotiabank Speaker Series in Digital Transformation in Banking in Toronto on May 19

June 22, 2016

Fraser Johnson | Revived canoe maker considers growth in U.S.

In this Challenge article for the Globe and Mail Ivey's Fraser Johnson warns Abitibi to be concerned with exchange rate risk and seasonality of the business.