Jared Lenover | March 10, 2014
Eight DeGroote commerce students are living outside this week to help raise money and awareness for Notre Dame House and homeless young people in Hamilton. more
Colin Carmichael | March 5, 2014
Well-known business journalist Gordon Pitts has joined the DeGroote School of Business as Business Writer in Residence. The appointment is a response to feedback from Canada’s business executives who have noted a general decline in the “soft skills” that help skilled managers become strong leaders. more
Catherine Andrighetti & Tyffany Eakin | March 4, 2014
DeGroote JDC Central team captains Catherine and Tyffany report back about the team’s success at the undergraduate commerce games in Guelph this year. more
Ruhai Wu | March 3, 2014
Ruhai Wu, assistant professor of marketing at the DeGroote School of Business shares his research showing how Two-Sided Markets are affected by horizontal and vertical differences. more
Hamilton Spectator | March 9, 2014
Popular DeGroote professor Mandeep Malik launched the MARS Apprentice program 10 years ago after the idea was pitched by a couple of students. He says it’s rewarding that so many graduates link the program to their success.
CBC Hamilton | March 7, 2014
Aaron Schat, professor, Human Resources/Management at the DeGroote School of Business offers some advice for enjoying the March break.
Toronto Star | February 26, 2014
Carlos Cabrero, a 2012 graduate from The DeGroote School of Business, advises choosing courses and teammates wisely.
TVO | February 25, 2014
Even though steel production has been slumping in North America for decades, Ontario’s Steeltown has a lot to boast about. Is Hamilton a city to watch? Marvin Ryder, assistant professor of marketing comments.
Globe and Mail | February 12, 2014
“One has to be quick not to jump to conclusions,” says Rick Hackett, professor and Canada Research Chair in organizational behaviour and human performance at DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University, in Hamilton.
Hamilton Spectator | February 3, 2014
Executives from some of Canada’s biggest companies and organizations will be featured speakers as McMaster’s World Congress aims to surpass 5,000 attendees in its 35th year of operation. This year’s two-day event, beginning Tuesday, will bring together 16 speakers.