Asper School of Business News Archive
March 11, 2019 —
Dr. Hersh Shefrin [BSc(Hons)/70] has built his career on behavioural finance—the understanding that people can be unpredictable, rash and foolish
March 7, 2019 —
ANEW’s mission is to create a community of support and encouragement for young women at the U of M.
March 1, 2019 —
Asper students Adam Henry and Nick Zajac will represent Team Canada at the 2019 Winter Universiade in Krasnoyrarsk, Russia. The pair have been selected to be on the Canada men’s hockey team and will compete in the tournament which takes place from March 2 to 12.
March 1, 2019 —
Join us March 2. Seminar topics will include a report on climate change, building all-weather gravel roads in the Canadian Shield and cargo airships for the north
February 20, 2019 —
In late November, Gary Ng (BComm (Honours) ’07) acquired PI Financial Corp., a western-Canadian-based wealth management firm, for $101 million. At just 34-years-old, the Winnipeg native from humble beginnings is now the Executive Chairman of the company.
February 19, 2019 —
In 2015, Chris Nepomuceno (MBA ’09) was given eight weeks to find a new job when his division at TD Bank Financial Group in Toronto was sold to another company. He felt like a failure and was at a point in his life where he wasn’t sure what his next career move should be, or what the end-goal was.
February 6, 2019 —
Gay-vague advertisements have proven popular with the LGBTQ community members while avoiding backlash from straight consumers. However, as society has become more accepting, mainstream brands started featuring same-sex couples in their advertisements
February 5, 2019 —
Suzanne Gagnon, Great-West Life Chair in Leadership Education, shares her insight on how we should be approaching leadership in 2019
January 31, 2019 —
Two teams of students from the Asper School of Business recently competed at the finals of he Inter-Collegiate Business Competition (ICBC) at Queen’s University from January 17-19
January 21, 2019 —
The Expanded Reason Awards celebrate and encourage innovation in transdisciplinary scientific research and academic programs that demonstrate how the sciences can be integrated with the humanities