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In the News

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.

February 21, 2017

Steve Foerster | Why do companies go public? An IPO explainer

Canada Goose is best known for selling parkas for up to $1,500, but consumers can expect more merchandise to come shortly as Canada Goose goes public.

February 20, 2017

Ivey mourns loss of MBA student

The Ivey community is mourning the death of Francis Tardif, age 29, a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) student at the Ivey Business School, who died Feb. 19 in London, Ontario. Our condolences are with his brother and fellow MBA student, Jean-Stuart, and his family at this difficult time.

February 17, 2017

Erin Cheney | The U.S. needs a trade relationship with Canada

Erin Cheney, research associate for Agri-Food@Ivey, spoke with about the new report from Ivey's Lawrence Centre, We Make Things Together.

February 15, 2017

George Athanassakos | Are we on the verge of a stock market crash?

In a piece for The Globe and Mail, Professor George Athanassakos discusses the odds of a U.S. stock market crash.