Dr. Timothy Dewhirst reflects on Canada's leading book retailer, Indigo, as it celebrates 25 years in operation in a new Toronto Star opinion piece.
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Marketing professor Dr. Timothy Dewhirst examines the idea of "ambush marketing" at the World Cup in a new Toronto Star Opinion commentary.
After a year that saw food prices soar higher than predicted, costs at the grocery store are expected to continue to increase even further in 2023 says Dr. Simon Somogyi and the authors of Canada's Food Price Report.
New research from Dr. Sunghwan Yi found many gamblers ignore their limits if they’re having a stressful day filled with other temptations, even those who believe they have high self-discipline in other parts of their lives.
Dr. Davar Rezania and PhD student Jonathan Parkes are examining how well university education prepares one for entrepreneurship.
As communities across the world look to revitalize their economies, a community wealth building approach to local economic development can help point a new way forward as we begin to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic writes Dr. Audrey Jamal in a new commentary for The Conversation Canada.
As new electronic monitoring policies come into effect across Ontario, Dr. Nita Chhinzer says the changes should benefit both employers and employees.
Bruce McAdams discussed how tipping etiquette is changing on an episode of CBC Radio’s Cross Country Checkup.
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.