Sex, Betrayal and Bond Traders: The Fall of American Apparel
Sex, money, betrayal: The bizarre brawl between American Apparel Inc. and its founder, Dov Charney, has all that and more. But now this tabloid tale is coming down to a seemingly staid bit of finance:...
Sex, Betrayal and Bond Traders: The Fall of American Apparel
Sex, money, betrayal: The bizarre brawl between American Apparel Inc. and its founder, Dov Charney, has all that and more. But now this tabloid tale is coming down to a seemingly staid bit of finance:...
Samuel Bronfman
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Paul Martin
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Darren Entwistle
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Edward Reichmann
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Same-sex marriage in Canada
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Michael Fortier
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John Cooke (entrepreneur)
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Sam Steinberg
Samuel Steinberg, OC (1905 - May 24, 1978) was a Hungarian-born Canadian businessman, investor and philanthropist. He was an immigrant to Canada who transformed the grocery store founded by his mother...
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David Radler
F. David Radler (born 1944 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian executive and close associate of Conrad Black for 36 years. Radler was once president of Ravelston Corporation, a privately owned corporat...
Thomas Molson
Thomas Molson (September 1, 1791 - February 22, 1863) was a Canadian entrepreneur and philanthropist, co-founder of Molson Distillery and member of the Molson family.Born September 1st, 1791, son of J...
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Jean Coutu (pharmacist)
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John Molson Jr.
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Athanase David
Louis-Athanase David (June 24, 1882 – January 26, 1953) was a Canadian lawyer, politician, and businessman. He is son of Laurent-Olivier David, also a Canadian journalist, lawyer, and politician...
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Roderick Mackenzie of Terrebonne
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Conrad Black
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John Frothingham
John Frothingham (June 1788 – 22 May 1870) was a Canadian merchant. He established British North America's largest wholesale hardware house, Frothingham & Workman. He was President of the City Ban...
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Allan Zeman
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Joe Weider
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Christy Chung
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Leo Kolber
Ernest Leo Kolber, OC (born January 18, 1929) is a Canadian businessman, philanthropist and former Senator. Born in Montreal, Quebec, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1949 and a Bachelor of L...
Jeffrey Skoll
Jeffrey Skoll, OC (born January 16, 1965) is a Canadian engineer, internet entrepreneur and film producer. He is currently based in Los Angeles, California. With an estimated net worth of $US 3.8 bill...
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Kelowna Accord
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René Lépine
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Benjamin Hart (businessman)
Benjamin Hart (August 10, 1779 – February 27, 1855) was a Canadian businessman, militia officer, and justice of the peace.
Benjamin Hart was born in Montreal to Aaron Hart, a prominent merchant of...
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Mireille Gingras
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James Ross (Canadian businessman)
James Leveson Ross (1848 – September 20, 1913), of Montreal, was a Scottish-born Canadian civil engineer, businessman and philanthropist. He established his fortune predominantly through railway const...
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37th Canadian Parliament
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