Latest negotiations hit snag
Apr 20, 2014
The billionaire was recently arrested in Vienna at the request of the FBI on charges of corruption and involvement in a criminal enterprise stemming from findings by a U.S. grand jury
Apr 19, 2014
Barrick, the world’s biggest gold producer, and Newmont, the world’s no. 2, have had to cut costs to deal with lower bullion prices
Apr 19, 2014
European Central Bank boss is playing whack-a-mole
Apr 18, 2014
Despite knowing that he would be pilloried by Bay Street, the social inequity of income trusts spurred him to act
Apr 11, 2014
Sale was expected to raise at least €3-billion – about €1-billion more than expected – at a yield, or coupon, of 4.95 per cent
Apr 10, 2014
While there’s little doubt the worst is over, some economists and strategists think investors are overly bullish
Apr 09, 2014
Five years after a 6.3 earthquake hit L’Aquila, the town is slowly embarking on a mammoth reconstruction effort. The community centre in L’Aquila has put Canada back on the diplomatic map and there is more to come.
Apr 07, 2014
The practice results in an explosion of wealth among the executives who initiate the plans while it widens society’s pay gap
Apr 04, 2014
Central bank discusses stimulus at Thursday meeting in reaction to dangerously low inflation rates throughout the continent
Apr 03, 2014
Eric Reguly joined The Globe and Mail in late 1997. He has an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English and French Literature and a Masters in Journalism from the University of Western Ontario. He has worked for a number of publications, including the Times of London, The Financial Post in New York and London, England, the Financial Times of Canada, Alberta Report magazine and the London (Ontario) Free Press.
Until April, 2007, when he became The Globe's European business correspondent, based in Rome, Eric wrote the paper's main business column from Toronto. He also co-hosted a daily business programme on BNN, formerly Report on Business Television, and contributed to several magazines and web sites, including The Globe’s Report on Business Magazine, thefirstpost.co.uk and Time Canada. In Europe, he is a regular guest on Canadian and American radio programs, contributes to CTV News and makes speeches about business issues. In recent years, he has been a judge for the Prix Italia, an international TV, radio and web competition.
Eric has won several awards for his work, including, in 2007, the Hyman Solomon Award for Excellence in Public Policy Journalism. He was co-winner in 2011 of a National Newspaper Award and has twice been an NNA runner-up.
Eric was born in Vancouver, grew up in Toronto, Washington D.C. and Rome and has Canadian and Italian citizenship. He and Karen have two daughters, Arianna and Emma.