Sprott School of Business

The Black Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub is quietly taking shape at Carleton University as it prepares to embark on a multi-stakeholder approach to research that will benefit the Black business…
Not only is the Ottawa Clothing Drive back, but it’s recruited a couple of ambitious goal-setting entrepreneurs intent on collecting 100,000 gently used items.
Ottawa-based software firm's stock ended the day down more than 14 per cent after company reported a first-quarter loss of US$1.5 billion.
Proposal would preserve founder and CEO Tobi Lütke's voting power, but provide sunset provisions that prevent him from transferring that power.
Two prominent Ottawa HR experts tell OBJ that adapting to the new world of work is an elephant that has to be eaten one bite at a time.
Starting in July, the business school will add four online MBA programs to its curriculum, including a traditional MBA degree and an MBA with a concentration in business analytics.
A prominent Ottawa business expert is predicting a wave of bankruptcies in the coming months as Canada’s central bank raises its benchmark interest rate in a bid to put the brakes on inflation.
The shift to virtual meetings and working from home has affected various workers differently.
Lead architect and Carleton grad Doron Meinhard’s team from Toronto-based Hariri Pontarini Architects toured several business schools in Canada and the U.S. before crafting a curving design.
A permanent shift is underway in the way we work, connect with clients and think about our city as a whole.