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August 2012

August 17: The Gazette - Style decisions may begin with imitation. The study co-authored by Zeynep Arsel, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, on how interior decorating websites shape an individual’s view of their own personal sense of style, continues to attract media attention: Montreal Gazette, Maclean's On Campus, Psychomédia, Polska Agencja Proswa.

August 16: iStockAnalyst - Imitating TV, Web decorating informs taste. A study co-authored by Zeynep Arsel, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, shows how interior decorating websites shape an individual’s view of their own personal sense of style: iStockAnalyst, Science Codex, PsychOrg and UPI.

August 14: Radio-Canada - Darwinian Grooming and Consuming. Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, was on Radio-Canada International’s The Link to discuss evolutionary consumption, focusing more precisely on  the results of his latest study on the effects of women’s menstrual cycles on consumer behavior.

August 13: The Gazette - Applause: National Bank employees raise $85,000: Young creative minds honoured in new competition. The John Molson School of Business hosted a conference in May during which the 2012 Fuller Landau Family Business Awards winners were announced. The event is mentioned in The Montreal Gazette’s Applause section.

August 13: Lea Prevel Katsanis, was on CTV Montreal News at 6 on August 10 to discuss political parties’ campaign messages.

August 13: CBC - Expert ranks Quebec's electoral TV ads. Harold Simpkins, a senior lecturer in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, comments on the effectiveness of various political ads on CBC Montreal and Yahoo News. Simpkins was also on CBC Montreal Radio News on August 10 and August 11 to discuss this topic.

August 13: The Globe and Mail - Molson aims to be 'one of the world’s leading business schools'. The Globe and Mail features an interview with Steve Harvey, the new Dean of the John Molson School of Business.

August 9: MSN Lifestyle - Sticking to job you hate could take a toll on your health. MSN Lifestyle is the latest media outlet to report on a study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion. The study garnered a lot of media attention when it was released in April 2012.

August 7: Visalia Times-Delta - Menstrual cycles may affect women's shopping patterns. Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour.

August 6: The Toronto Telegraph, News Track India and The Indian Express are the latest media outlets to report on a study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion. The study garnered a lot of media attention when it was released in April 2012.

August 6: Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour: KSTC 45 and APP.

August 3: Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour: Chatelaine and KTRE.

August 2: Hive Health Media - Supermarket Psychology. A study led by Onur Bodur, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, shows that consumers are unconsciously attracted to products placed in the horizontal centre of a display.

August 2: The Globe and Mail - Financial crime common in Canadian universities. The Globe and Mail features expert commentary by Dominic Peltier-Rivest, a professor in the Department of Accountancy in the John Molson School of Business and executive director of the Centre for Academic Leadership, who discusses the need for universities to protect themselves against fraud.

August 2: Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour: Medline PlusKSTPMedicine NetThe CWMedical Daily and NBC.

August 1: A study led by Onur Bodur, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, shows that consumers are unconsciously attracted to products placed in the horizontal centre of a display: iStockAnalyst, Business News Daily and United Press International.

August 1: Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour: Newsday, Doctors Lounge, Drugs.com, Womenshealth.gov, Medical Xpress, Health 24, Medbroadcast, Yahoo News, iVillage, Philadelphia Inquirer, Health.com and The Winnipeg Free Press.

July 2012

July 30: Academica's Top 10 - Universities must take steps to defend themselves against fraud. Academica’s Top 10 mentioned the annual conference of the Canadian Association of Universities Business Officers, which was held at Concordia in June. Dominic Peltier-Rivest, a professor in the Department of Accountancy in the John Molson School of Business and executive director of the Centre for Academic Leadership, was among the panelists who discussed the need for universities to protect themselves against fraud committed by their employees.

July 30: Futura-Santé - Science décalée : le cycle menstruel influe sur la consommation. Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour.

July 26: University Affairs - Universities need to protect themselves against fraud. The annual conference of the Canadian Association of Universities Business Officers was held at Concordia in June. Dominic Peltier-Rivest,a professor in the Department of Accountancy in the John Molson School of Business and executive director of the Centre for Academic Leadership, was among the panelists who discussed the need for universities to protect themselves against fraud committed by their employees.

July 26: BBC - La mirada atada al centro del consumidor. A study led by Onur Bodur, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, shows that consumers are unconsciously attracted to products placed in the horizontal centre of a display. The BBC provides coverage of the study in Spanish.

July 26: The Globe and Mail - Don’t quit yet – avoid job burnout with these tips. The Globe and Mail provides tips on how to avoid burnouts. Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, provides insight from her latest research which showed that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion.

July 23: Vulgariz - Le cycle menstruel agit sur les habitudes de consommation. Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour.

July 20: The Globe and Mail - Business School News Roundup. The Globe's weekly Business School news roundup's weekly business school roundup reports that Gary Johns, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, received an award from the Canadian Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology for his “distinguished research contributions.”

July 19: The Montreal Gazette - STM: Complaints against agency could harm its image and the city's. Brent Pearce, a lecturer in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, comments on how complaints impact the image and public perception of the Société de Transport de Montréal.

July 19: Yahoo! News - New Research Shows How Menstrual Cycle Impacts Consumer Buying Habits. Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour.

July 19: The Globe and Mail - Centre is the sweet spot for products on display, study finds. A study led by Onur Bodur, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, shows that consumers are unconsciously attracted to products placed in the horizontal centre of a display. Story also appears in the African Seer.

July 18: Agence Science-Presse - Des comportements d’achats, variables en fonction du cycle menstruel. Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour.

July 17: Metro News Canada - Food or sex? Desire explained. Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour.

July 16: Medicinal News Today - Shopping Linked To Menstrual Cycle. Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behavior. Coverage appeared in Medical News Today and in several foreign language publications. Saad was also on NewsTalk 1010’s The Jim Richards Show on July 13 and discussed his book The Consuming Instinct: What Juicy Burgers, Ferraris, Pornography, and Gift Giving Reveal about Human Nature.

July 13: NewsRX - Studies in the Area of Psychology Reported from Concordia University. NewsRx reports on a case analysis of the penetration of evolutionary psychology within the blogosphere, specifically the blog community hosted by Psychology Today, by John Molson School of Business professor, Gad Saad.

July 12: Isabelle Dostaler, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, was on Les Nouvelles d’Argent on July 11 to discuss various contracts signed during the Salon d’aéronautique de Farnborough.

July 12: Radio-Canada - L'été de monde. Jordan LeBel, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, was on Radio-Canada’s L’été du monde to comment on the fact that chocolate has become Quebec’s most exported food to the United States (coverage appears at 9’05”).

July 12: Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviour: 7 sur 7, The Daily Observer, and Maclean’s. Radio-Canada International also interviews Saad on the subject.

July 11: Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing in The John Molson School of Business, and his doctoral student Eric Stenstrom, co-authored a study showing that women’s menstrual cycles affect their consumer behaviors: The Huffington PostTVA NouvellesToronto SunNiagara AdvanceBrantford ExpositorClinton News RecordNappanee GuideSea Forth Huron ExpositorPeterborough ExaminerSt. Catherine’s StandardMinden TimesNorthumberland TodayWelland TribuneNiagara Falls ReviewPsychOrgAmhermstburg Echoe! Science NewsSt-Thomas Times JournalWoodstock Sentinel ReviewCanoe FRCanoe EN24Hours VancouverMidland Free PressCollingwood Entreprise BulletinCanadian Health Reference GuideLucknow SentinelOwen Sound Sun TimesMaxi SciencesLakeshore AdvanceStrathoy Age DispatchParis Star and Toronto Telegraph.

July 10: CBC Radio Noon - Jean Freed, an instructor in the Department of Finance in the John Molson School of Business, discussed the impacts of the new Canadian mortgage rules on CBC’s Homerun and CBC’s Radio Noon (see item titled New mortgage rules).

July 4: The Montreal Gazette - IKEA finds a way to help Montrealers get annual move on. Harold Simpkins, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, praises IKEA’s moving day marketing campaign.

July 3: L'été du monde - Jordan Lebel, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, comments on a California law that will ban the production and sale of foie gras: Radio-Canada’s L’été du monde on July 2 (LeBel speaks at 15:57”).

July 3: The Victoria Times Colonist - Imitation leaves good taste in your mouth. A study on the development of personal taste in interior decorating, co-authored by Zeynep Arsel, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, is featured in The Victoria Times Colonist.

June 2012

June 26: The Jamaica Observer - UTech's MBA students gain hands-on experience. Christopher Ross, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, provided feedback to University of Technology MBA students who developed strategic plans to help Jamaican organizations.

June 26: CBC Radio - Gary Johns, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, was on CBC Radio on June 22 and discussed the reasons and consequences of public servants taking more sick days than people working in the private sector.

June 26: Regina Leader-Post - Decorating more for personal fulfilment. A study on the development of personal taste in interior decorating, co-authored by Zeynep Arsel, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, is featured in the Regina Leader-Post.

June 21: Nanaimo Daily News - Style decisions may begin with imitation, but they soon become instinctive. A study on the development of personal taste in interior decorating co-authored by Zeynep Arsel, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, is featured in the Nanaimo Daily News.

June 11: Global Television - Focus Montreal. Amber Cochrane, a student in Concordia’s John Molson School of Business, was on Global Television’s Focus Montreal  to discuss her experience at the APCM Relève publicitaire marketing case competition.

June 8: Conseillier - Examen CFA : les étudiants de Concordia brillent. Conseillier reprises a press release from Concordia’s John Molson School of Business (JMSB). JMSB offers the first program in Canada to integrate an MBA with the curriculum of the CFA Institute, which helps JMSB students obtain results that are superior to the international average at the CFA exam.

June 6: Radio-Canada - Le fois gras bientôt illégal en Californie. Jordan Lebel, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, comments on a California law that will ban the production and sale of foie gras: Radio-Canada’s Désautels.

June 1: The Globe and Mail - How MBA student consultant programs compare. The Globe and Mail compares different MBA student consultant programs. The John Molson School of Business is compared to York, University of Victoria, University of Ottawa and Saint Mary’s University.

May 2012

May 30: Le Journal de Montréal - L’entreprise Danièle Henkel. Winners of the 2012 Fuller Landau Family Business Awards were announced during the Family Enterprise Research Conference, which was held May 11-13, 2012 at the John Molson School of Business.

May 30: Canoe - Encore deux ans avant la retraite. Skier Alexandre Bilodeau, who is currently studying finance and management at the John Molson School of Business, announced that he will resume full time competition this season. Bilodeau scaled back his competition schedule last season in order to focus on his studies. Story also appears in 24Heures Montréal and Le Journal de Québec.

May 30: Opposing Views - Stress Warning: Don't Stay in Job Because You Feel Obligated. Opposing Views refers to a study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion.

May 30: The Ottawa Citizen - Productivity often hindered by teamwork. The Ottawa Citizen and Canada.com mention a 2010 study co-authored by Tracy Hecht, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business. The study questions whether or not team work offers performance advantages when compared to combining the results from the labour of individuals working alone.

May 24: L'Actualité - La vague «hipster» déferle à Montréal. Zeynep Arsel's (Marketing) research on hispster culture is discussed.

May 24: The Gazette - Quebec entrepreneurs recognized with Fuller Landau awards. Winners of the 2012 Fuller Landau Family Business Awards were announced during an event at the at the John Molson School of Business’ Family Enterprise Research Conference, which was held May 11-13, 2012. Stpry also appears in Business Review CanadaLaMétropole, PR-Inside.comYahoo Finance Singapore, and Money News.

May 23: Morning Star - Quebec Companies Honoured at 2012 Fuller Landau Family Business Awards. Winners of the 2012 Fuller Landau Family Business Awards were announced during an event at the at the John Molson School of Business’ Family Enterprise Research Conference, which was held May 11-13, 2012: Story also appears on Marketwire and Sys-Con Media.

May 22: The Gazette - Pet insurance: Paws for thought. Shelly Elsliger, a career adviser at Concordia’s John Molson School of Business weighs in on the value of pet insurance.

May 22: GlobeAdvisor.com - IGOPP Calls for Executive Compensation Reform in Groundbreaking Study. Globe Advisor.com reports on a policy paper  released by the Institute for the Governance of Private and Public Organizations (IGOPP), that calls for the review of executive compensation.  Michel Magnan, a professor in the Department of Accountancy at the John Molson School of Business, is on the board of the IGOPP, a joint initiative of HEC Montréal and the JMSB.

May 19: Cinq a Six (CBC Radio) - The Hipster Economy. An audio interview with Zeynep Arsel (Marketing) on her hipster research.

May 14: Metro Montreal - L’avenir sous le signe de la décroissance. Métro Montréal interviews Paul Shrivastava, director of Concordia’s David O’Brien Centre for Sustainable Enterprise, regarding the international conference Degrowth for the Americas, hosted jointly by Concordia, HEC Montréal, McGill University, Université de Montréal and UQAM. The week-long conference started May 13, 2012.

May 11: Grenier aux nouvelles - Concours STRAT - Cossette et Home Depot remportent les grands honneurs. The team representing Concordia’s John Molson School of Business won the compétition de la relève publicitaire organized as part of the Strat contest. The Strat contest is an initiative of the Association des professionnels de la communication et du marketing.

May 11: Journal de Montréal - Philippe Beaudry suit les traces de son père. Finance student Philippe Beaudry will once again represent Canada in fencing at the summer Olympic Games. He is also profiled in Canoe and Le Journal de Québec.

May 10: Info Presse - Le Grand Prix Strat 2012 revient à Cossette et Home Depot. The Eurêka! Solutions team, composed of Concordia students Amber Cochrane, Mélissa Ferrara, Joëlle Gourdji, Alexandra Heiman, Ashley McDonough, Simon Weber and of Harold Simpkins, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, won the Strat contest in the category compétition de la relève publicitaire. The Strat contest is organized by the Association des professionnels de la communication et du marketing.

May 9: TVA Nouvelles - Complexe Rive-Sud «Le plus gros au Québec». Benito Aloe, a lecturer in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, comments on the construction of Complexe Rive-Sud, a sports centre that will be located in Delson.

May 7: Saida Online - 8 Ways Your Job May be Killing You. Saida Online Magazine is the latest media outlet to report on a study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion.

May 4: The Financial Express - Staying in a job is bad for you: Study. The Financial Express and Zee News are the latest media outlets to report on a study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion.

May 3: Business Standard - Staying in a job you hate is bad for you: StudyThe Economic Times and Business Standard are the latest media outlets to report on a study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion.

April 2012

April 27: La Presse - Engouement pour les écoles de commerce. Business schools keep gaining in popularity according to La Presse. The John Molson School of Business saw an increase of nine per cent in the number of applications it received last year.

April 26: CJAD 800 AM - Harold Simpkins, a professor in the Department of Marketing at the John Molson School of Business, discussed shock advertising on CJAD’s Ric Peterson show yesterday.

April 24: Métro Montréal - Publicités de la CSST : Du sang et des drames pour sensibiliser. Métro Montréal features a piece on the new ad campaign of the Commission de la santé et sécurité au travail. Harold Simpkins, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, explains that ads use more graphic images to counter public desensitization.

April 24: The Times of India - Bad job drains you emotionally. The Times of India is the latest media outlets to report on a study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion. Story also appears in Pune Mirror.

April 23: La Presse - À quand un commanditaire sur le chandail du Tricolore? Bruno Delorme, a professor in the Department of Marketing in the John Molson School of Business, thinks that the Habs hockey jerseys could soon be adorned with the logos of corporate sponsors.

April 23: Le Devoir - Concordia - Le nouvel entrepreneuriat s'oriente vers les nouvelles technologies. Bakr Ibrahim, a professor in the Department of Management and an associate dean in the John Molson School of Business, discusses the importance of small and medium sized businesses to the economic development of Montreal in a special supplement devoted to university research in Le Devoir.

April 23: Andhra News and Hamara are the latest media outlets to report on a study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion.

April 20: Money News - New light on strategic communications. Concordia’s John Molson School of Business announced the launch of the Luc Beauregard Centre of Excellence in Communications Research on April 19. The centre, which is the first of its kind in a Canadian business school, aims to provide a better understanding of the role of communications in business. Story also appears in Le Lézard and Tech Zone 360.

April 20: Digital Journal - New dean for Concordia's John Molson School of Business. Concordia’s John Molson School of Business will welcome Steve Harvey as its new dean on July 1, 2012. Story also appears in OSIX News and Money News.

April 20: Conseiller - Formation sur la gouvernance des PME. Anne-Marie Croteau, a professor in the Department of Decision Sciences and Management Information Systems in the John Molson School of Business, will moderate a training workshop on governance of small and medium sized businesses. Organized by the Collège des administrateurs de sociétés, the event will take place in Quebec City, May 10-11.

April 20: Yahoo! - 8 Ways Your Job May be Killing You. Yahoo! is the latest media outlet to report on a study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion.

April 19: Peace FM - Feeling ‘Trapped,’ Obligated Raises Odds Of Job Burnout: Study. A study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion. Story also appears on TMC.

April 18: La Presse - A special feature on MBAs appears in this morning’s edition of La Presse. The MBA program offered at Concordia’s John Molson School of Business (JMSB) is featured in a number of articles. Alan Hochstein, the interim dean of JMSB, is quoted in two articles: Cadres occupés cherchent horaires souples; Et le salaire?; Programmes contingentés ou pas?; Tout petit, la planète!

April 12: The Financial Post - Productivity often hindered by teamwork. The Financial Post mentions a 2010 study co-authored by Tracy Hecht,  a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business. The study questions whether or not team work, such as brainstorming, offers performance advantages compared to combining the results from the labour of individuals working alone.

April 10: The Globe and Mail - Sticking with employer can lead to burnout. A study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, which shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion, continues to garner media attention. Coverage also appears in The Toronto Star, The Calgary Hearld, The Hamilton Spectator, Health.com, MSN Health, Everyday Health, MedBroadcast and Benefits Canada.

April 5: Business News Daily - Sticking With a Job You Hate Can Make You Sick. A study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion. Further coverage appears in Live Science, MediLexicon, The Times of India, The Economic Times, Daijiworld.com,  and the Deccan Herald. An article by the Canadian Press ran in four newspapers across Canada including the Winnipeg Free Press as well as on Global News.ca. Another article ran in The Gazette and 13 other Postmedia outlets across Canada, including the Calgary Herald, The Star Phoenix and The Province.

April 5: CTV Montreal - Bruno Delorme, a professor in the Department of Marketing at the John Molson School of Business, comments on the prospect of bringing major-league baseball back to Montreal on CTV Montreal. (click on the story in the column below the Video News Player to the center-right of the screen)

April 4: The Huffington Post - Job Burnout Could Be Caused By Obligation Or Lack Of Choice. A study co-authored by Alexandra Panaccio, a professor in the Department of Management in the John Molson School of Business, shows that employees who stay in an organization out of a sense of obligation or for lack of alternatives are more likely to experience emotional exhaustion. Study also appears in TVA, Global Montreal, Canoe, The Moose Jaw Times Herald, Science Codex, Psychomédia, TwoCircles.net and The Toronto Telegraph.

April 3: The Globe and Mail - Boss can break the chain that leads to stress. The Globe and Mail features an article about ways employers can contribute to a lower stress level among their staff. Steven Appelbaum, a management professor in the John Molson School of Business, comments on the influence of technology on the stress level of today’s employees.

March 2012

March 29: CJAD 800 AM - The Aaron Rand Show. Bruno Delorme, a marketing lecturer in the John Molson School of Business, was on CJAD’s The Aaron Rand Show on March 29 to discuss the firing of Montreal Canadian general manager Pierre Gauthier (scroll down to the March 29 podcast, coverage appears at 36 minutes).

March 28: Ottawa Citizen - Hot cars make men more manly, study shows. Results of the latest research by Gad Saad, a professor in the Department of Marketing at the John Molson School of Business are described in the Ottawa Citizen. Saad co-authored a study that found men’s testosterone levels rose after driving high-performance vehicles.

March 23: Les Affaires - Premier prix à l'École de relations industrielles de l'Université de Montréal. The team from Concordia’s John Molson School of Business placed second at the 26th edition of Excalibur, a Canadian university tournament in human resources.

March 22: Jobboom - Les consommateurs s’unissent! Zeynep Arsel, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, explains that the internet changed the world’s relationship to property rights in Jobboom. Arsel was also interviewed by Flavorwire regarding Hipsters and their role in the American cultural landscape.

March 22: CBC Homerun - Isabelle Dostaler, management professor in the John Molson School of Business, commented the role of the Quebec government in relations to the layoffs of Aveos employees. The company, which declared insolvency, was charged with maintaining Air Canada planes. The interview aired on CBC’s Homerun on March 21.

March 16: This View of Life - Why Women Don’t Drive Ferraris, and What Men Should Do on First Dates. Marketing professor Gad Saad is interviewed.

March 13: The Globe and Mail - Can business students write? Harold Simpkins, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, provides tips on how to write appropriate business emails.

March 13: The Calgary Herald - The high price of blowing the whistle. The Calgary Herald reprised an article from The Montreal Gazette regarding whistleblowers. Steven Appelbaum, a management professor in the John Molson School of Business, explains that fear of retaliation may stop certain people from whistle-blowing.

March 5: The Globe and Mail - What if it's not an iPad 3? What if it's just an iPad 2S? A study by Gary Johns, a management professor in the John Molson School of Business, is mentioned by the Globe and Mail and CTV News in stories regarding  presenteeism.

March 5: Business Insider - Gentleman Really Do Prefer Blondes. Marketing professor Gad Saad's research is cited by Business Insider.

March 2: The Victoria Times Colonist: SNC-Lavalin bosses split over payments. Michel Magnan, an accountancy professor in the John Molson School of Business, discusses an investigation undertaken by SNC-Lavalin in regards to unexplained payments traced back to its construction unit. Magnan explains why the company’s Office of the President  is seeking legal counsel. Similar stories appear on Canada.com and The Financial Post.

March 1: The National Post - SNC brass hire own counsel. Michel Magnan, an accountancy professor in the John Molson School of Business, discusses an investigation undertaken by SNC-Lavalin in regards to unexplained payments traced back to its construction unit. Magnan explains why the company’s Office of the President  is seeking legal counsel. Coverage also appeared on Canal Argent’s Nouvelles and on Radio-Canada’s Attendez qu’on se souvienne on February 29. A year after the establishment of the Unité permanente anticorruption, Magnan also explored the process of investigation into fraud in The Montreal Gazette.

February 2012

February 29: La Presse - SNC-Lavalin mène une enquête sur de mystérieux paiements. Michel Magnan, an accountancy professor in the John Molson School of Business, discusses an investigation undertaken by SNC-Lavalin in regards to mysterious financial transactions.

February 29: Radio-Canada - Jordan LeBel, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, was interviewed by Radio-Canada’s Champs Libre on February 27 regarding the use of special packaging to mark anniversaries of food companies.

February 28: Finance et Investissement - Fiera et Natcan : l'industrie réagit favorablement. Lawrence Kryzanowski, Concordia’s Ned Goodman Chair in Finance, comments on the acquisition of Natcan by Fiera Sceptre.

February 27: Globe and Mail - Employers like these MBA schools. The John Molson School of Business is among the 200 business schools most known to employers as preferred sources for MBA graduates according to the QS Global 200 Business School Report. Stort also appears on CTV News.

February 22: Embassy Magazing - Barrick Gold's cultural event sponsorship in spotlight. Shaun Lynch, a marketing instructor in the John Molson School of Business, comments on the damaging effects of being linked to a company caught in a controversy.

February 21: The Huffington Post Canada - Toronto Maple Leafs To Stay In Hands Of Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan. The Huffington Post Canada reprises an article from the Canadian Press featuring perspective from Bruno Delorme, a lecturer in the Marketing Department in the John Molson School of Business on the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan retaining control of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment..

February 17: Business Day - Sick and tired of absenteeism. There are ways to limit work absenteeism according to Gary Johns, a management professor in the John Molson School of Business.

February 15: TVA Nouvelles - À la rescousse des retraités. Michel Magnan, an accountancy professor in the John Molson School of Business, and colleagues from the research group CIRANO, compiled Le rapport Pensions 4-2, a document recommending the creation of a public retirement savings plan. The report, commissioned by the Quebec’s Ministry of Finance, was released last fall.

February 15: Keynotes.com - Consumerism and Human Instinct. Marketing professor Dr. Gad Saad's work and research is profile. A link to Saad's TED Talk on consumerism and evolutionary psychology is provided. Profile also appears in World News Report.

February 10: The Gazette - A special feature on MBAs appeared in the February 9 edition of The Montreal Gazette. Several articles praise the MBA program and track record of Concordia’s John Molson School of Business (JMSB). Several JMSB students and faculty members are quoted:

A program to suit everyone's needs

Where to go to get your MBA

One way or another, you can pay for your MBA

The MBA: a high-return investment

Flexibility built in

Payout vs. payoff

The online option

February 10: La Presse - Des nouvelles du désir. Jordan LeBel, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, discusses the relationship between marketing, anticipation and desire.

February 10: The Globe and Mail - Stylianos Perrakis, a finance professor in the John Molson School of Business, evaluates the expertise of certain economists in a letter to the editor in The Globe and Mail.

February 8: CTV News - Deal reportedly underway for famed Schwartz's Deli. Harold Simpkins, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, explains that franchising famous Montreal deli Schwartz's could be lucrative for potential new owners.

February 7: CTV Montreal - Harold Simpkins, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, appeared on CTV Montreal News at noon on February 6. Simpkins discussed the Plateau borough’s decision to ban all outdoor advertising. Coverage also appeared on Sympatico.ca.

February 3: CTV News - Sobey B-school finds dean at last. Concordia’s Department of Accountancy in the John Molson School of Business (JMSB) received funding from the Ordre des comptables généraux accrédités du Québec for the creation of a new research centre in accountancy. The first of its kind in Canada, the centre will help promote graduate education in the field of accountancy according to Alan Hochstein, JMSB’s interim dean. Article also appears on The Globe and Mail.

February 3: Advice Goddess Radio - Gad Saad, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, discusses his book The Consumer Instinct: What Juicy Burgers, Ferraris, Pornography, and Gift Giving Reveal About Human Nature, on the program Advice Goddess Radio, hosted by Amy Alkon.

January 2012

January 30: Le Devoir - Les entretiens Concordia - Économie et développement durable: Consommer pour mieux paraître. As part of Les entretiens Concordia, Zeynep Arsel, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, discusses the link between self-perception and consumerism in Le Devoir.

January 27: Scientific American - Scientific American features a response to letter from a man explaining he is addicted to pornography. Excerpts from The Consuming Instinct by Gad Saad, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, are used by the psychologist who drafted the response to explain the relationship between men and sexuality.

January 26: Examiner.com - Quick! Look at your index and ring fingers. Marketing professor Gad Saad's research, titled
Personality and Individual Differences, is referenced.

January 23: Le Devoir - Gonfler les repas à l'américaine. Jordan LeBel, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, comments on Tim Horton’s announcement that it will offer a larger size drink in Le Devoir.

January 17: La Presse - Nortel Networks: le naufrage du Titanic canadien. Michel Magnan, an accountancy professor in the John Molson School of Business, co-authored a case study about telecom giant Nortel featured in La Presse.

January 13: The Globe and Mail - Will Simon Fraser launch the next big idea? The Globe's weekly Business School news roundup. The Globe and Mail mentioned the 31st John Molson School of Business International MBA Case Competition in its weekly business school news roundup.

January 12: Le Soleil - La hausse du prix du beurre d'arachide là pour rester. Le Soleil interviews Jordan LeBel, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business, regarding the price hike of peanut butter.

January 10: Globe Advisor - Scandals muddy Swiss and German image. Arvind Jain, a professor of Finance in the John Molson School of Business and Director of the International Business Program gives his perspective on the recent scandals in German and Swiss financial institutions.

Januray 10: Yahoo! News - Fear of Being Fired Kills the American Vacation. The article examines conditions that might lead employees to cut back on vacations out of fear of losing their jobs and cites research by Gary Johns, a professor  in the Department of Management at the John Molson School of Business, on the phenomenon of “presenteeism”; a tendancy to show up at work in spite of being ill. That research found workers who were insecure about their work situation were less likely to call in sick.

January 9: Montreal Gazette - MBA competition tests students' business expertise. The Montreal Gazette features a recap of the 31st John Molson School of Business International MBA Case Competition.

January 9th: The Financial Post - The Case Olympics: Targets on our backs. Peter Waugh, a University of Calgary student, discusses his experience of the event in The Financial Post.

January 6: CTV Montreal - François Rheault, a member of the organizing committee, was interviewed by CTV Montreal’s News at noon on January 6.

January 6: The Chicago Tribune - How to create actionable financial resolution. Gad Saad, a marketing professor in the John Molson School of Business is quoted in the journal which provides tips for actionable financial resolutions. He is also quoted in SecondAct.

January 6: OpenFile - Was this Volkswagen ad 'sexist'? Experts weigh in. Marketing Professor Gad Saad comments on a recent Volkswagon advertisement, and whether the ad's content was sexist.

January 5: Argent - À surveiller aujourd'hui. Argent mentioned that the 31st John Molson School of Business MBA International Case Competition is being held at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel January 3-8.

January 4: Radio-Canada - Le Téléjournal. Bruno Delorme, a marketing lecturer in the John Molson School of Business, was interviewed by Radio-Canada’s Le Téléjournal on January 2. Delorme commented on the gap in revenues of National Hockey Leagues teams in the Canada and the U.S. Coverage appears at 2 minutes 15 seconds.

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