Interview opportunities from the October issue of Report on Business magazine
TORONTO, Sept. 29, 2011 /CNW/ - As a wave of Baby Boomers gets set to
punch out and exit the work force, the October issue of Report on
Business magazine explores the ultimate bucket list, and other ways to
fill your days once you're off the clock, from sipping wine in Burgundy
to do-Gooding in Belize to hitting the road in a 1961 Ferrari. Plus:
The seven secrets to retirement heaven, and what some of Canada's most
powerful former CEOs have been up to since leaving the corner office.
(Hint: it does not involve lying on a beach).
Also in the October issue:
Cover Story: Blood and Stone
Scavenging locals, corrupt police and a Canadian company that inherited
a perfect storm. The Globe and Mail's Africa Correspondent Geoffrey
York reports from the North Mara mine to reveal the realities for
Barrick Gold as it operates in a Third World country.
The Big Idea: The School of Hard Knocks
Student loans: they've been touted as safe by governments, and there's a
trillion dollars worth of them outstanding in North America. Report on Business magazine contributor Timothy Taylor compares student loans to the 2008 mortgage
crisis and questions if they're a contender for the next financial
bubble that bursts.
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global business and economics, and is available with copies of The Globe and Mail and online at globeandmail.com/robmagazine.
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