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In the News

March 21, 2017

Focused and simple: A philosophy for value investing success

Jeff Stacey, Chairman and CEO of Stacey Muirhead Capital Management, spoke with Professor George Athanassakos’ value investing class on March 9 about the company’s investment philosophy. He said simple operations allow the firm to serve its customers first and foremost.

March 20, 2017

National Business Families Day: Succession planning at EllisDon

Ivey hosted the 13th Annual National Business Families Day Celebration in London. Geoff Smith, the president of EllisDon Corporation, engaged in a fireside chat with David Simpson, director of the Business Families Centre at Ivey.

March 20, 2017

Ayush Vaidya, HBA '17: The beat of Entrepreneurship

​At a young age, Ayush Vaidya developed a passion for music. He tried his hand at rapping, but when that didn't work out he explored a different option: producing and selling beats. Soon, Beatcamp was born.

March 20, 2017

Re-imagining the Jays’ fan experience at the Deloitte Innovation Forum

Kicking off on March 13, the Deloitte Innovation Forum, sponsored by Monitor Deloitte, challenged students to innovate and revamp the Rogers Centre in Toronto, and re-imagine the baseball fan experience and increase attendance at Blue Jays games in Toronto.

March 17, 2017

Laurina Zhang | Study shows the power of entrepreneurship training programs for women, minorities

New research, co-authored by Assistant Professor Laurina Zhang, shows that entrepreneurship programs have a more profound and long-term benefit for women and minorities than Caucasian men.

March 16, 2017

Michael Rouse | How to implement a wellness program

Associate Professor Michael Rouse discusses the return on investment of employee wellness programs, research he has developed in partnership with Sun Life, in an interview with Your Workplace magazine.