When a star loves your product

“If you see that he’s not getting paid and he’s using it — it must be good,” said Schulich School of Business marketing Professor Robert Kozinets in The Globe and Mail. “So it’s a quality signal.”

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Opinion: Getting into the Senate

“A transparent process that delivers the best candidate into the upper chamber of Canada’s Parliament is something that is desperately needed,” wrote Bruce Hicks, Visiting Fellow at York’s Glendon School of Public and International Affairs, in the Montreal Gazette.

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Today's leader needs EQ as much as IQ

It’s said that intelligence gets you in the door of a company, but emotional intelligence gets you to the top, said Brett Richards, a teacher at the Schulich School of Business Executive Education Centre, in The Globe and Mail.

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Why Syrian refugees will thrive in Canada

In June, 1979, retired York University Professor Howard Adelman opened his downtown Toronto door to two Ismaili Muslims who had seen his name as the contact person for Operation Lifeline, a Canadian network of private sponsors that brought boat people from Indochina to Canada as refugees, reported The Globe and Mail.

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Why traffic congestion is driving Toronto crazy

Uncertainty makes driving feel worse, said York University Professor David Wiesenthal in The Globe and Mail. Without confidence in knowing how long their trip will take, people often don’t know whether they will make an appointment, get to work on time or keep someone waiting.

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