Telfer School of Management
Pat McGowan believes the term “sharing economy” is a misnomer, and he’s not shy about saying so.
After spending more than three decades at Ottawa-based insurance provider Encon Group, growing the company during a major economic downturn, Jean Laurin is retiring. By Jacob Serebrin
Shaun MacLellan says he was on the fence about going to the Montreal International Startup Festival. By Jacob Serebrin
One of the Ottawa region’s most well-known local businessmen has died.
The region’s best and brightest young business minds got a rare chance to kick back Thursday night when OBJ and the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce celebrated their achievements at the annual Fo
A speed pitch contest at a ballpark might conjure up thoughts of 98-mile-per-hour fastballs, but pitches of a different kind were delivered earlier this week at Raymond Grant Chabot Thornto
Dentist-turned-entrepreneur says digital filing system will mean fewer headaches, more revenue for dental practitioners
Marc Lamarre wants to change the way dentists attend to their patients.
When Ian Glenn was in charge of the Canadian army’s unmanned aerial vehicle program nearly two decades ago, drones were strictly the domain of the military.
Management blunders, market changes and a “black cloud” of eroding customer confidence were just some of the factors that ultimately led to Nortel’s epic collapse, a new report from the Uni
Sales at Apple’s App Store exceeded $10 billion last year, with more than two-thirds of that sum finding its way to developers.