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    1. MBA blog

      July 27, 2015

      Coming to grits

      The 2015 Pan American Games and more than 6,000 athletes have come to Toronto. With them they have brought a great...

    2. May 20, 2015

      Grupo Alfa close to $6.5bn buyout of Pacific Rubiales

      Pacific Rubiales, the largest independent oil producer in Latin America, is set to be acquired by Grupo Alfa and...

    Special Reports

    1. Special Report: FT View

      The capital of the United Kingdom has welcomed migrants since Roman times and now this...
    2. Foreign Exchange April 2012

      US dollar: The past four years have taken their toll and most strategists are wary of ...
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    1. May 14, 2015

      Bombardier flies into jet set turbulence

      Canada’s Bombardier on Thursday blamed a waning appetite for private jets from Chinese tycoons and Russia’s oligarchs...

    2. April 28, 2015

      Investors reject Barrick Gold’s management pay plan

      Investors in Barrick Gold, the world’s largest gold producer by output, have delivered a sharp rebuke to the company by...

    3. FT Alphaville

      April 14, 2015

      Outsource your dating to India

      Deutsche are back with their cheap date index. And some other price comparisons, of course: We recomputed our three...

    4. April 5, 2015

      Women in Business — Kristina Koch, MBA student

      Kristina Koch is an MBA student at the University of Toronto Rotman School of Management and a former competitive ice...

    5. March 17, 2015

      Pacifica Quartet plays Shulamit Ran, Wigmore Hall, London — review

      Imagine flicking dispassionately through an album of disturbing images, and you’ll have some sense of Shulamit Ran’s...

    6. February 20, 2015

      The Diary: Randy Boyagoda

      I pushed into the packed subway carriage moving north through Toronto on a cold, gunmetal grey day. Manoeuvring among...

    7. February 1, 2015

      Happy anniversary—but challenges lie ahead

      Many will be surprised to learn that exchange traded funds will turn 25 on March 9. This year marks the silver...

    8. January 1, 2015

      Enemy — film review

      Enemy gives us two Jake Gyllenhaals for the price of one — or for the price of this addle-brained doppelgänger tale,...

    9. December 11, 2014

      Johannesburg exchange in Africa gateway play

      The Johannesburg Stock Exchange has launched an initiative to attract companies listed in London, New York, Toronto and...

    10. November 24, 2014

      Buyout group Onex to pay up to €3.75bn for carton maker SIG

      Canadian buyout group Onex has clinched its largest European acquisition after agreeing to pay as much as €3.75bn for...

    11. November 21, 2014

      Singapore to regulate taxi hailing apps

      Singapore has become one of the first Asian cities to regulate taxi-hailing apps, such as Uber, after it unveiled new...

    12. November 12, 2014

      Bwin.party shares jump as it confirms bid discussion

      Shares in Bwin.party soared on Wednesday after the online gambling company put itself in the shop window by confirming...

    13. October 28, 2014

      NY bike scheme expands under new boss

      One of the world’s most experienced senior public transport managers, Jay Walder, is to take over as head of Alta...

    14. October 28, 2014

      Toronto mayoral election ends Ford era

      TORONTO – Toronto elected a moderate conservative as mayor on Monday, ending the Rob Ford era that was marked by...

    15. October 1, 2014

      RBC pushes aggressively into US dealmaking market

      When Tyson Foods launched its $8.5bn bid for Hillshire, the hot-dog maker, Royal Bank of Canada found itself facing a...

    16. FT Alphaville

      September 30, 2014

      SEC charges two on Ackman announcement

      The SEC has been busy turning over rocks related to one of the highest profile short seller battles in recent years. On...

    17. September 15, 2014

      A company’s headquarters should be aligned with its heart

      Every time I hear about a company relocating its headquarters I think of the Marvin Gaye song “Wherever I Lay My Hat...

    18. September 12, 2014

      The FT’s pick of the Toronto Film Festival

      None of its competitors comes close to the scale of the Toronto International Film Festival. The programme is simply...

    19. September 12, 2014

      Quebec offers model of how money moves on secession threat

      For those Scots still wavering about how to vote in next week’s referendum, First Canadian Place in Toronto is a...

    20. September 3, 2014

      Balfour sells Parsons arm for £820m

      Balfour Beatty has reached a deal to sell Parsons Brinckerhoff, the US design consultancy that became the stumbling...

    21. September 3, 2014

      Banks that sponsored Tianhe IPO suspend analyst coverage

      Two of the banks that sponsored the Hong Kong flotation of Tianhe Chemicals have suspended analyst coverage of the...

    22. August 29, 2014

      Clash of the film titans

      In cinema, what’s not shown on screen is often as significant as what is – and the same goes for film festivals. The...

    23. July 20, 2014

      Women in Business – Ginny Gibson, deputy dean

      Ginny Gibson is deputy dean of the University of Reading Henley Business School in the UK. She grew up in Toronto,...

    24. July 20, 2014

      Scots are warned to beware ‘Montreal effect’ on companies

      What would a No vote mean for Scottish companies? A new term is starting to pop up in conversations in the business...

    25. May 30, 2014

      Engine incident blow for Bombardier

      Bombardier’s effort to develop a revolutionary midsize jet suffered a severe setback after one of its new C Series...

    26. May 22, 2014

      The City dons a giant bowler hat to get ahead in the arts

      Next month a giant bowler hat will appear in Paternoster Square. The pop-up theatre, seating 212 people, will be the...

    27. May 20, 2014

      Sino-Forest creditors sue ex-chief for C$3bn over alleged fraud

      The creditors of collapsed Chinese forestry group Sino-Forest have sued Allen Chan Tak-yuen, the company’s former...

    28. May 11, 2014

      UK not alone in seeing pressure on house prices

      Double digit house price rises, an OECD warning that the market needs cooling, concern about housing affordability –...

    29. May 9, 2014

      That’s the way to do it

      You can tell it is conference season in the northern hemisphere by the sudden jump in correspondence asking for my help...

    30. FT Alphaville

      April 17, 2014

      Larry Summers on forwarding the Doozer economy

      Larry Summers was interviewed by Chrystia Freeland at the INET conference in Toronto last week, in a conversation that...

    31. April 7, 2014

      Plan to export Canadian crude via US port

      Pipeline operator Enbridge said it plans to export Canadian crude oil via a US port in a move fraught with significance...

    32. FT Alphaville

      March 25, 2014

      Turquoise -- still the colour of money in Mongolia?

      Decision time approaches for Mongolia, Rio Tinto and Turquoise Hill on Oyu Tolgoi, the enormous copper mining project...

    33. March 19, 2014

      Canada’s new finance minister is former investment banker

      A former Merrill Lynch investment banker replaced Canada’s finance minister in a hasty, closed-door ceremony in Ottawa...

    34. March 7, 2014

      Douglas Coupland: living big

      I was in a hotel bar in Toronto once and suddenly a tiny little woman walked in surrounded by a scrum of cameras and...

    35. February 25, 2014

      Toronto: loyal locals make the difference

      Toronto is not generally considered the most interesting city on the planet, although mayor Rob Ford recently proved he...

    36. MBA blog

      February 25, 2014

      London - Toronto non-stop

      I am on an Air Canada flight from Toronto to London; I have no sense of time and little idea of why I ended up here....

    37. February 14, 2014

      The murkier side of transparency

      On a recent visit to Toronto, I was able to admire the city’s rather fashionable pedestrian traffic signals, which...

    38. MBA blog

      February 13, 2014

      A chat with Insead's Jean Dermine on banking and the future roles of MBAs

      My classmate Coralie Gache, a banker formerly with BNP Paribas, and I had a quick chat with Professor Jean Dermine,...

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