Amanda Lang says “so long” to the Mother Corp. and “hello,” she hopes, to millions of desktops at Bloomberg TV Canada
Nov 26, 2015
The man behind the iconic hat reflects on his career
Aug 28, 2015
For 10 years, Bill Blair had the job he loved—chief of the Toronto Police Service, the $1-billion-a-year force that consumes 11% of the city’s operating budget. He was hailed for championing diversity and community policing, but criticized for the ...
Jun 23, 2015
As CEO of World Vision Canada for 18 years, Dave Toycen’s core product was hope for distressed children and families, whether in the rubble of Nepal or in parched African villages. But he also faced the challenges of running a business with revenues ...
May 28, 2015
John Cassady built Corus Entertainment into a TV powerhouse. He talks about what’s next for the broadcasting world
Apr 23, 2015
Mark Cohon was there the day his dad introduced the Big Mac to Moscow, and what he learned helped him revive the Canadian
Feb 26, 2015
It was an unlikely marriage: the extreme-right-wing investor and the left-leaning public broadcaster. But for eight years, CBC Television gave Kevin O’Leary a loudspeaker to spout his arch-capitalist ideas, and he and the network both prospered. A ...
Nov 27, 2014
Oct 28, 2014
Napanee, Ont.’s core is bustling again, thanks to a popular fashion emporium drawing shoppers (and other businesses) to its once-desolate main drag. Globe Style visits the young couple behind the renaissance – and ponders the lessons it offers other communities
Sep 18, 2014
Observing some of the highs and lows from people who saw the Alberta town explode in growth
Jun 24, 2014
Gordon Pitts is an author, public speaker and business journalist, with a focus on management, strategy, and leadership. He was the 2009 winner of Canada's National Business Book Award for his fifth book, Stampede: The Rise of the West and Canada's New Power Elite. Stampede followed his national best-seller, " The Codfathers, Lessons from the Atlantic Business Elite," published in fall, 2005.
He has also written ' Kings of Convergence: The Fight for Control of Canada's Media' and ' In the Blood: Battles to Succeed in Canada's Family Businesses'. His first book, ' Storming the Fortress: How Canadian Companies Can Conquer Europe in 1992' was published in 1990. All five books have been finalists for the National Business Book Award.
A veteran of 36 years as a business journalist, he is currently a senior writer in the Report on Business section. A large part of his mandate is to follow the rise of the Canadian West as the country's economic engine. He contributes to the At the Top interview feature in the Monday Report on Business and the Exit Interview in the monthly Report on Business Magazine.
He is also a former editor and writer in the Report on Business's feature pages that have focused on strategic management and the professions.
In fall, 2006, he was the distinguished writer in residence at the University of Alberta Business School and the Alberta Business Family Institute. In June 2003, he delivered the opening keynote address at the Canadian media industry's Banff conference. The speech was titled: 'Convergence, Consolidation and Crisis'.