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Interview: Matthew Corrin

April 24, 2017 / by Ivey Business Review / 0 Comment

Founder and CEO of Freshii


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Symantec: Hacking the Enterprise Security Space

March 24, 2016 / by Samantha Wu and Chris Nguyen / 0 Comment

Symantec can innovate the online security industry by incorporating machine learning into their enterprise security products.


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Nespresso: Stirring Up the Pod

March 24, 2016 / by Serena Verani / 0 Comment

Once the undisputed leader and pioneer of the single-serve coffee industry, Nespresso now faces serious competition as it struggles to figure out the North American market.


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Yahoo’s Next Big Bet

March 24, 2016 / by and Terence Chan / 0 Comment

Yahoo’s legacy business segments lack growth potential, thus they should look to fuel future growth through their fantasy sports platform.


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Digital Justice: Improving Access to Legal Services

March 24, 2016 / by Nicholas Avis and Lynn Tay / 0 Comment

LawyerLocate.ca can capture a million dollar opportunity by developing an online legal services marketplace.


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Mattel: Sold in China

March 24, 2016 / by Anthony Hui and Andrew Leung / 0 Comment

Mattel can boost global toy sales by acquiring media content from the emerging markets.


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A New Course for Online Education

March 24, 2016 / by Zach Hamel and Emily Rowe / 0 Comment

Coursera needs to offer accredited degrees and original content to become the leader in online higher education.


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Swimming through New Channels

March 24, 2016 / by Shervin Yousef-Zadeh and Abdul Khan / 0 Comment

Community Supported Fisheries are struggling with profitability, but a reciprocally beneficial opportunity exists to target hotels.


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The Bottom of the Barrel

March 24, 2016 / by Samantha Juman / 0 Comment

With low oil prices driving down demand for recycled plastic, Waste Management must target CPG manufacturers through shareholder activism and value-added services.

Sunedison: Sunny Days Ahead

March 24, 2016 / by James Serena / 0 Comment

To relieve pressures from its liquidity crisis, SunEdison must give up voting control of its subsidiary.