The vast majority of Canadian executives believe sexual harassment is not a problem at their companies, the latest quarterly C-Suite survey results show, marking a strong contrast with the relevant data.
Aurora's takeover offer is 'Monopoly money': CanniMed CEO
“At $24 – offering their ‘Monopoly money,’ as I call it … offering paper – it’s really a house of cards and they’re trying to in-fill with really solid businesses,” CanniMed president and CEO Brent Zettl told BNN in an interview on Monday.
'The buck stops with me’: Laurentian CEO takes heat for mortgage ‘documentation issues’
The bank said the number of offending mortgages could rise, as it has not yet completed its audit. Laurentian said all of the mortgages slated to be repurchased are performing in line with the bank’s overall mortgage portfolio.
Roots ‘bucking the trend’ when it comes to bricks and mortar: CEO
The chief executive officer of Roots says the retailer is still largely focused on its bricks and mortar business and isn’t intimidated by big online competitors like Amazon.
From NAFTA to bitcoin: One-on-one with billionaire Jim Pattison
Billionaire Jim Pattison joined BNN to discuss looming minimum wage hikes, Vancouver real estate, NAFTA – and even Bitcoin.
Denison Mines CEO: Kazakh output cuts are a key turning point
David Cates, CEO of Uranium Participation and Denison Mines, says Kazakhstan's decision to reduce production by 20 per cent will have a decisive impact in tightening the market.
Leamington, Ontario-based Aphria will supply Shoppers with medical cannabis products to be sold online, the company said in a statement.
Canadian American Business Council CEO: Balance needs to be found in negotiating with China & U.S.
Maryscott Greenwood, CEO of the Canadian American Business Council joins BNN to provide her view on Trudeau's trip to China and the U.S. tax reform bill being approved by Senate.
Media and tech firm Lift educating cannabis consumers and retailers
Matei Olaru, CEO of Lift, joins BNN to talk about his business and educating cannabis consumers and retailers.
In an exclusive interview with BNN, Ruby Life’s new president and chief technology officer says approximately 750,000 new members join the dating platform every month.