On building brands
When you’re the CEO of a company that employs more than 5,500, you hear a lot of questions about how to build a career. In his new book, Brian Fetherstonhaugh, BCom’79, the CEO of OgilvyOne Worldwide, supplies the answers.
The family business is Jack Daniel’s and Finlandia
When Garvin Brown, BA’91, the chair of Brown-Forman, faces a challenge regarding how to steward his company’s world famous brands, he asks himself: “What would Jack Daniel do?”
Bridging the divide between enemies
Adam Kahane, BSc’82, helps spur discussions between people who ordinarily would have nothing to do with one other. Is he good at his job? Nelson Mandela thought so.
International housing competition puts students to the test
The McGill and Concordia students and faculty taking part in the 2018 Solar Decathlon not only have to design and build a solar-powered home, they have to figure out how to bring it to China.
A storyteller emerges from the storm
Though uneasy in the spotlight, Monia Mazigh, PhD’01, became a public figure when she campaigned for her husband’s release from a Syrian prison 15 years ago. She found solace in writing.
$25 million gift to fund unique new retail school
Thanks to the support of Aldo Bensadoun, BCom’64, LLD’12, and his family foundation, a proposed new school will examine the world of retail with a focus that makes it unique in the world.