The USA, keen to enact an “aggressive defence of US trade remedies laws”, attacks Canadian aerospace firm Bombardier – landing a direct blow to both of its closest allies.
On the evening of Sept. 19, the hashtag #FuerzaMexico (#MexicoStrong) took off across the internet after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake struck Central Mexico. Mexicans raced to the scene of disaster and lined up to help incessantly for the next few weeks. Videos of their collective spirit took over the media – the world was astonished. Such scenes did not come as surprise for Mexicans, whose heritage of resilience supports most aspects of our lives – from facing internal injustices to dealing with external political threats.
Rio Tinto, the second largest diversified mining company in the world, combats different types of climate change risks across its geographically diverse global footprint.
In response to Boeing's complaint that Bombardier sold 75 of its CS100 aircraft to Delta Airlines at a price well below cost, the U.S. Department of Commerce added a 300% import tariff to the aircraft. In addition to appealing the decision, Bombardier's strategy had to change.
Delphi, along with other auto industry players and the communities in which they operate, is being threatened by isolationist movements throughout the world (e.g., Brexit, NAFTA renegotiation/termination)
British Columbia, a province in Canada, spent five years and $182M on the Integrated Case Management (ICM) digital transformation to enable social service ministries to see a more holistic view of citizens and provide better social services. Was the ICM transformation worth the price tag?
Albertan ranchers think they can contain mad cow disease outbreaks by sharing information throughout the cattle supply chain.
In January 2015, Target announced that it would liquidate its operations in Canada, shut down all 133 stores and report a $5.4 billion loss for the quarter.