Social media provides impetus for political polarization.
A cautionary tale on cutting the cord of traditional macroeconomic policy
This year, Joseph R. Biden was elected as the 46th President of the United States in an explosive election cycle spanning several days, and with notable surprises.
Alternative private capital models better serve SMEs needing capital injection
2014 Medal in Commerce recipient and Founder of QBR recounts his experiences with race in first-year.
Scott McFarland pulls no punches as he questions the integrity and credibility of Tesla's management team.
The digital transformation of cash will be for the benefit of all
Highlights from QTMA’s Revenue & Forecasting Workshop. Co-chair Shani Mithani and advisor Julien Lin go through the most realistic and accurate ways to forecast revenue.
Key takeaways from QTMA's Dashboarding & Product Analytics Workshop. Co-chair Nick Chan shares insights on how companies can implement reporting to make better business decisions.
Green energy will make Alberta great again
Recovery spending must account for the unequal economic burden on women
Anna is extremely passionate about fighting for system change while also navigating how to live more a sustainable lifestyle. Anna encourages others to be imperfectly sustainable through a social media account called @sustianabilitysimplified
Video recording and highlights from QTMA’s Venture Capital Workshop. Advisors Tim Tham and Julien Lin introduce basic venture capital concepts and a structure for pitching a product/service.
Key notes from QTMA's chat with Chris Grouchy, co-founder of Convictional
Summarizing notes from QTMA's chat with Jamyang Tenzin, Ali Khokar, and Nikole Benson, Queen's alumnae who have continued to pursue a career in tech.
Key takeaways from QTMA's chat with Jei So, a product marketing manager at Clearbanc.
Why an old, defunct idea may be poised for a comeback
The greatest threat to our planet is the one that hardly anyone is talking about.
Spotlight is a series at Goodes Conversations meant to showcase students at Queen's and Goodes.
The Industry is a series of podcasts made with industry leaders, we're excited to hear more about the insights they have on key topics throughout this year.
Saudia Arabia is betting on tourism as a way to bring its country from the brink
Society is entering an unprecedented age of female empowerment at the highest levels of power
Food delivery drivers pay a harsh price for customer convenience
Canada should empower municipalities to tailor reopening strategies that suit their local needs.
Dan Waldner responds to Claire Murphy's article, "China’s Digital Payment System will Push the Yuan ahead of the American Dollar"
Chinese efforts to digitize its currency will make it the preferred currency of the future.
Domino effects of historic injustices leave racial minorities disproportionately hurt by COVID-19.