Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Robert Milton in Concordia

Air Canada manager was invited to Concordia last Friday and he disclosed a lot of information about the future of the company and its Quarterly results.

He was sending positive signals in front of more than 100 business students and several professors at the faculty of John Molson School of Business. However, I did not notice anybody putting the efforts to convey these messages to the market.

There is a huge gap between business schools in Canada and the Toronto Ex. There should be higher level of commitment from the student side to delve into the market as soon as they start their first portfolio course in order to build a stronger reputation for their degrees and in order to find jobs easier.

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