Interview Opportunities from the February Report on Business magazine.
TORONTO, Jan. 23 /CNW/ - Broken federal government promises and a long
battle over oil revenue has Newfoundland's future hanging in the balance.
Retailer The Gap picks a Canadian connection to get out of a protracted funk.
What's the difference between an investing maxim and an investing myth? And on
a trip to the world of online day trading, five out of six financial experts
lost their shirts in one afternoon.
From candid profiles of Canada's political black sheep and the retail
brand revival king, to uncovering the truth behind some of the most notorious
investing myths, the February issue of Report on Business magazine offers
fresh perspectives and engaging insights on business.
Interview opportunities from this month's issue:
- Report on Business reporter John Gray profiles Newfoundland premier
Danny Williams, a loose cannon according to his critics and a symbol
of the new Newfoundland to his admirers. With ExxonMobil and other
Big Oil companies negotiating the fate of Newfoundland on his terms,
Williams is taking a cue from Hugo Chavez, fighting for his people
against the status quo. But can he save a province where unemployment
is a fact of life and residents have left in droves? If anyone can do
it, "Danny Millions" can.
- Investing maxims, do some tips work or are they just myths? Report on
Business magazine examines ten principles of investing to find that
some rules are better than others. Sometimes.
- How not to lose your (simulated) shirt - Report on Business editor
John Daly and five financial professionals with different investing
strategies enroll in an afternoon of simulated online trading. It
seemed like a good idea until they almost lost it all.
- Merging back into the fashion fast-lane - Report on Business magazine
columnist John Lorinc profiles Glenn Murphy, the quiet Canadian
charged with making San Francisco-based Gap Inc. fashionable once
again. Given his credentials from Loblaw University, the merchant
extraordinaire is making a bold fashion statement.
Report on Business magazine is Canada's most-read business publication.
Published monthly in The Globe and Mail, Report on Business magazine offers
readers insightful, award-winning coverage of Canadian and global business and
economics. The Globe and Mail is a division of CTVglobemedia, a dynamic
multimedia company that also owns CTV, Canada's leading private broadcaster.
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