Tag Archives: Mark Anderson

IP: Monetization is the message

We no longer have Steve Jobs to wow us. In his place, Elon Musk is laying down the epoch’s big ideas. His latest—“giving away” Tesla’s patents—should make companies think twice about intellectual property assets
By Mark Anderson
August 24th, 2014

Ever since Tesla founder Elon Musk announced in June that the electric carmaker would allow its patented technology to be freely used by third parties acting “in good faith,” industry observers have been attempting to make sense of the move. … Continue reading

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Making a speech? Be real

Speeches and presentations that gain buy in and move people can make a good CEO great. But don’t try to be Steve Jobs, says our expert—be you
By Mark Anderson
April 21st, 2014

When the late, great Steve Jobs first began unveiling his paradigm-shifting electronic wonders—iTunes, iPhone, iPad—in a series of glitzy product launches, the world was captivated as much by the laid-back style and effortless cool of the turtleneck-wearing tech visionary, as … Continue reading

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United they stand-ardize

Insider: Kevin Dancey
September 16th, 2013

Who Kevin Dancey, president and CEO of Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada, the new (January 2013) umbrella certification program under which Canada’s three former accounting designations—chartered accountants (CAs), certified management accountants (CMAs) and certified general accountants (CGAs)—are now being united. … Continue reading

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In from the cold

Jobs and community investment? That’s a given. Today, First Nations involvement in mining and energy development also means early consultation, equity partnerships and, increasingly, deals on their terms
By Mark Anderson
February 25th, 2013

Anyone looking to gain an understanding of the scope and complexity of First Nations engagement in the mining and energy sectors need look no further than the Frog Lake First Nation northwest of Lloydminster, Alta. In 2000, Frog Lake became the … Continue reading

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The decision

Since day one as TransCanada’s new CEO in 2010, Russ Girling’s agenda has been dominated by the fate of the Keystone XL pipeline—a $7-billion shipping lane to move Alberta oilsands oil to Texas. Come autumn, it’s Hillary Clinton’s call
By Mark Anderson
June 25th, 2011

Since day one as TransCanada’s new CEO in 2010, Russ Girling’s agenda has been dominated by the fate of the Keystone XL pipeline—a $7-billion shipping lane to move Alberta oilsands oil to Texas. Come autumn, it’s Hillary Clinton’s call It’s … Continue reading

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