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In the News

February 24, 2017

Vaughan Radcliffe | Friends request leniency for Garth Drabinsky

Garth Drabinsky’s Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) hearing raises questions around second chances when it comes to financial discrepancies.

February 24, 2017

Rick Robertson | Planning ahead: Some day, your financial adviser will retire

Planning for your own retirement is a common occurrence, but don't forget that one day your financial adviser will retire, too. Ivey's Rick Robertson encourages investors to be proactive and ask their money managers about their success plans early on.

February 24, 2017

Peter Kaufman: Six ways to break the investment code

Peter Kaufman, Chairman and CEO of Glenair Inc., spoke via videoconference to students in Professor George Athanassakos’ value investing class about the importance of doing things differently.

February 24, 2017

Allison Johnson | How Costco Canada breaks retail rules to win

Assistant Professor Allison Johnson tells the Financial Post why Costco's membership fee taps into consumers’ psychological impulses.

February 22, 2017

Gal Raz | Modern furniture retailer faces classic kinks in customer service

Providing consistent customer service across North America has proven difficult for web-focused furniture company, Rove Concepts.

February 21, 2017

Steve Foerster | In uncertain times, keep your eye on cash flows

A new paper by Ivey Professor Stephen Foerster, along with John Tsagarelis and Grant Wang of Highstreet Asset Management, presents a way to better measure corporate cash flows.