- May 4, 2017
Here are April's highlights of Ivey faculty sharing their expertise with the media. Check our News & Events website for the latest Ivey news, videos, and blogs.
Here’s why value investors find spin-offs so intriguing
In an Op-ed for The Globe and Mail, George Athanassakos discusses why value investors pay attention to spin-off companies.
Pilieci: Is Gatineau Park really creating a $241 million economic impact?
Brandon Schaufele gives insight to the Ottawa Citizen about the validity of economic impact studies. The article questions the study conducted by National Capital Commission, which aimed to demonstrate the economic value of Gatineau Park, just outside of Ottawa.
Study finds entrepreneurship training better for women, minorities
In Western News, Laurina Zhang’s discusses her research, which reveals women and minorities are more likely to benefit from entrepreneurship training programs than Caucasian men.
New BMO chief Darryl White leaves deal-making past behind
Ivey grad Darryl White, HBA ’94, and the new CEO of Bank of Montreal, is credited in The Globe and Mail for his strong leadership, while leaving the deal-making past behind.
Conditions are right for U.S. expansion, Bank of Montreal incoming CEO says
The Financial Post announces Darryl White, HBA ’94, as the new Chief Executive Officer of Bank of Montreal.
CBC Ontario Morning – hot housing market / interview with Davin Raiha
During an interview with CBC's Ontario Morning, Davin Raiha explains various impacts the hot housing market will have on the Greater Toronto Area.
How Imax overcame the giant movie-reel problem
Andreas Schotter explains to The Globe and Mail how a series of key strategic business moves kept the Canadian film technology company IMAX at the top of its game.
Some wacky and wonderful ideas for making the Rogers Centre a better place to watch the Blue Jays
Ivey HBA students’ ideas from the third annual Deloitte Innovation Forum were featured in Toronto Life, looking at improving the Jays experience.
Businesses hoping to cash in on rare opportunity with Leafs, Raptors playoffs
In a Canadian Press article, Davin Raiha says even though the Maple Leafs and Toronto Raptors are in the playoffs at the same time, the economic impact in Toronto will be quite small.
Stockpicker’s turn to shine?
In an op-ed in MoneySense, George Athanassakos explains why the market needs stockpickers now more than ever.
How promoting women can boost other disadvantaged groups, too
In The Globe and Mail, Alison Conrad discusses her research, conducted with Cara Maurer. She explains how promoting women into leadership can benefit other marginalized groups.
Leafs’ return to playoffs draining money, fans from Raptors, Jays
Davin Raiha discusses how the Toronto Maple leafs sucked revenue from baseball and NBA ticket sales in the Toronto Star.
Accelerator advances its inaugural cohort
In a Western News piece, Alan Kalbfleisch, is recognized for his entrepreneurial success with the Pascal Press, along with Ivey cofounders Kai Chen, and Andrey Khramtsov.
Rogers Centre reno on Blue Jays' to-do list
In an interview with CBC Sports, HBA student Adrian Tarnachowicz explains her team’s award winning renovation plans to enhance the fans experience at the Rogers Centre in Toronto.
Stock-picking tips I learned from students
George Athanassakos discusses Ivey’s stock picking competition in MoneySense, and his mission to show students how with the right process and temperament, it works.
Investing in ETFs: 3 trends to watch
In Globe Advisor, Saurin Patel explains the appeal of socially responsible and fixed-income exchange-traded funds to millennial investors.