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Feeling good about fair trade. How fair is that?

Hardly a week goes by without yet another milestone for ‘ethically labelled’ products. You know, the products that are labelled ‘Fair Trade,’ ‘Organic,’ ‘Green’ and so on.

Ivey celebrates Phase One completion

The Richard Ivey School of Business celebrated the completion of Phase One of its new $110 million building Monday morning as the sounds of work on Phase Two banged away outside the windows of the building’s Grand Hall.

Clark named Ivey Leader of the Year

Clark named Ivey Leader of the Year

The head of TD Bank, honoured this week as the Richard Ivey School of Business Leader of the Year, called on citizens to push politicians to be the leaders the world needs them to be.

Ivey centre awarded $240,000 to train leaders in the lab

Ivey centre awarded $240,000 to train leaders in the lab

As part of Genome Canada’s Entrepreneurship Education in Genomics competition, the Ivey International Centre for Health Innovation at The University of Western Ontario has been awarded $240,000 to run a business-training course for life scientists.

Centre wins genomics competition

Centre wins genomics competition

The International Centre for Health Innovation at the Richard Ivey School of Business was named one of three winners of Genome Canada’s Entrepreneurship Education in Genomics Program Competition.

Ivey grows Asian business cases

Ivey grows Asian business cases

The Richard Ivey School of Business has extended its lead as the world’s top producer of Asian business cases, with three winning entries among a new crop of cases on Indian companies announced recently at the 23rd Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) Convention in Bhubaneswar, India.

Ivey research reveals why some customers seek revenge

Ivey research reveals why some customers seek revenge

Marketers invest a great deal of time, money and energy into making people fall in love with their brands. However, in some extreme cases, old loves can become vindictive. Social media platforms now make it easier to do so publically.

Six named as Vanier honorees

Western students Ahmed Hamada, Katie Kryski, Donald Lafreniere, Matthew Quinn, Fabrice Szabo and Jodie Whelan have been named recipients of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships, the country’s most prestigious scholarships for doctoral students.

Feeling good about fair trade. How fair is that?

Hardly a week goes by without yet another milestone for ‘ethically labelled’ products. You know, the products that are labelled ‘Fair Trade,’ ‘Organic,’ ‘Green’ and so on.

Ivey celebrates Phase One completion

The Richard Ivey School of Business celebrated the completion of Phase One of its new $110 million building Monday morning as the sounds of work on Phase Two banged away outside the windows of the building’s Grand Hall.

Clark named Ivey Leader of the Year

Clark named Ivey Leader of the Year

The head of TD Bank, honoured this week as the Richard Ivey School of Business Leader of the Year, called on citizens to push politicians to be the leaders the world needs them to be.

Ivey centre awarded $240,000 to train leaders in the lab

Ivey centre awarded $240,000 to train leaders in the lab

As part of Genome Canada’s Entrepreneurship Education in Genomics competition, the Ivey International Centre for Health Innovation at The University of Western Ontario has been awarded $240,000 to run a business-training course for life scientists.

Centre wins genomics competition

Centre wins genomics competition

The International Centre for Health Innovation at the Richard Ivey School of Business was named one of three winners of Genome Canada’s Entrepreneurship Education in Genomics Program Competition.

Ivey grows Asian business cases

Ivey grows Asian business cases

The Richard Ivey School of Business has extended its lead as the world’s top producer of Asian business cases, with three winning entries among a new crop of cases on Indian companies announced recently at the 23rd Association of Indian Management Schools (AIMS) Convention in Bhubaneswar, India.

Ivey research reveals why some customers seek revenge

Ivey research reveals why some customers seek revenge

Marketers invest a great deal of time, money and energy into making people fall in love with their brands. However, in some extreme cases, old loves can become vindictive. Social media platforms now make it easier to do so publically.

Six named as Vanier honorees

Western students Ahmed Hamada, Katie Kryski, Donald Lafreniere, Matthew Quinn, Fabrice Szabo and Jodie Whelan have been named recipients of the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships, the country’s most prestigious scholarships for doctoral students.