Interview opportunities from the December issue of Report on Business magazine
Report on Business Magazine Crowns First Female CEO of the Year
TORONTO, Nov. 23, 2011 /CNW/ - Let the one percent have their Porsches,
their Rolexes, their Tiffany trinkets — Lululemon's CEO Christine Day
knows that what the masses truly covet is the world's most luxurious
sweatpants. What makes Day Report on Business magazine's first female CEO of the Year is her ability to create a
remarkable bond between the brand and its ultra-loyal fans. The Globe
and Mail's Timothy Taylor unpacks Day's winning approach that has
mesmerized analysts and the markets. Next stop: global domination.
The December "CEO of the Year" issue of Report on Business magazine will be available in copies of The Globe and Mail and online
at globeandmail.com/robmagazine on Friday, November 25.
Also in the December issue:
Where Asbestos is Just a Fact of Life
More than 100,000 people die every year from exposure to asbestos and
another 125 million are exposed to it every day at work or home. Of
course, it's effectively banned here in Canada, but as John Gray and
Stephanie Nolen confirm, we're still exporting this lucrative silent
killer to other countries. Denial, it seems, is a very powerful force.
Massive Leverage/Average Investor
Foreign Currency Exchange - known as Foreign Exchange, or Forex - is the
world's largest and most liquid market, and presents anyone with a
computer, some cash and internet access the opportunity to make fast
money. But as Report on Business magazine's John Daly reports, this
area of investment comes with some hard lessons.
Report on Business magazine is Canada's most influential business
publication. Published on the last Friday of every month in The Globe
and Mail and online at globeandmail.com/robmagazine, Report on Business
magazine offers readers insightful, award-winning coverage of Canadian
and global business and economics.
About The Globe and Mail
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85% owned by Woodbridge, the investment arm of the Thomson family, and
Bell Canada (15%).
SOURCE Globe and Mail
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