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Archives: 2009 January

New Study: Insiders Who Steal from Charities Go to Jail

January 29, 2009

KINGSTON, ON, JANUARY 29, 2009 — Nearly 70 per cent of insiders who defraud nonprofits face jail time, according to new research released today by the CA-Queen’s Centre for Governance. The study is the first in Canada to document the scope, severity and profiles of Canadian nonprofit frauds, using data gathered from reports in Canadian daily newspapers between 1998 and 2008.

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Queen’s Commerce hosts Inter-Collegiate Business Competition (ICBC)

January 23, 2009

Kingston, ON — Final rounds of the largest and longest running undergraduate business case competition were hosted by Queen’s School of Business Commerce students in Kingston this past weekend. The Inter-Collegiate Business Competition (ICBC) strives to unite, challenge and enrich the business leaders of tomorrow, and has been bringing together some of the brightest undergraduate business students from across Canada and internationally for over 30 years.

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Queen’s Centre for Business Venturing Announces Canada’s Best Small and Medium Employers

January 14, 2009

Kingston, ON, January 14, 2008 – Fifty organizations from across the country have been singled out as the Best Small & Medium Employers in Canada in an annual study released today by Queen’s Centre for Business Venturing (QCBV) at Queen’s School of Business in conjunction with Hewitt Associates, a global human resources consulting and outsourcing company.

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