Toygar Yildirim (Lang BComm ’20) always dreamed of working for Porshe Cars and in 2021 his dream became a reality.
The campaign features stories of alumni from Lang's Bachelor of Commerce program.
Exploring diversity and the wider world were among the unexpected benefits this past year for far-flung business students in a virtual international research team based at the University of Guelph.
As companies adjust their budgets to brace for a recession, employees and customers are keeping tabs on what does and doesn’t get cut, including equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) initiatives, says Professor Thomas Sasso, an organizational management researcher.
When it comes to concert tickets, "the price does not seem right," writes marketing professor Dr. Timothy Dewhirst in a new Toronto Star commentary.
Pending approval from the Government of Ontario, the new program will provide working professionals the opportunity to develop depth in areas of project management.
Dr. Timothy Dewhirst discusses why “E.T.” was an important turning point in product placement, in a new Toronto Star Opinion commentary.
The expected retirement of Serena Williams from professional tennis may be bittersweet, but it’s a chance to celebrate her legacy, says Dr. Katie Lebel.
While the revival of Zellers floods many with nostalgic memories, the company responsible for its return has a different goal in mind, says Dr. Tanya Mark.
Deloitte Canada has contributed $125,000 to Lang's Guelph Real Estate Alliance (GREA), allowing Lang to significantly enhance learning opportunities within the program.