Contributors include Wind Mobile founder, CFL Commissioner, National Bank head of investment
TORONTO, March 8 /CNW/ - TheMarkNews.com, Canada's daily source for news analysis, is excited to announce the addition of 20 of Canada's most accomplished business leaders to its global community of experts.
Tony Lacavera (CEO, Globalive Communications Corp)
Dale Lastman (Co-Chair, Goodmans LLP)
Scott Paterson (Vice-Chairman, JumpTV)
Cam di Prata (Corporate and Investment Banking Head, National Bank)
JF Courville (CEO, MFC Global Investment Management)
Mia Wedgbury (CEO, High Road Communications)
Mike Ouellet (Acting Executive Director, NHLPA)
Howard Lindzon (Principal, Knight's Bridge Capital)
Craig Kielburger (Co-founder, Free The Children)
Kunal Gupta (CEO, Polar Mobile)
Noel Biderman (President, Avid Life Media Inc.)
Howard Grosfield (VP, Amex Bank of Canada)
Becky Reuber (Professor, Rotman School of Management)
Tony Switzer (Former CEO, CHUM)
Mat Wilcox (Founder, Wilcox Group)
Jeremy Freedman (Deputy CEO, Gluskin Sheff)
Raja Khanna (Co-CEO, Glassbox TV)
Mark Cohon (CFL Commissioner)
Tony Melman (Founder, Onex)
Arlene Dickinson (CEO, Venture Communications)
The Mark will launch a series, entitled The B20: Leaders of Canadian Business (http://www.themarknews.com/articles?tag=b20), which will feature articles by and video interviews with these great management thinkers.
"These are the anchors of Canada's business community and we are honoured to have them as part of The Mark's team of business commentators," said Jeff Anders, The Mark's CEO.
"I'm delighted to have brought together this group of admired Canadian leaders whose individual and collective perspectives resonate so loudly and so passionately with Canadians from coast to coast," said Jordan Banks, The Mark contributor. "It's this type of frank and honest dialogue that will continue to be the hallmark of The Mark News."
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