Management News from Dal News
R. Kelly was aided by a network of complicity – common in workplace abuse – that enabled crimes to go on for decades
The former star faces the possibility of life in prison after being found guilty of racketeering and sex trafficking. The trial exposed the role of enablers within his inner circle, too, write Peggy Cunningham and Minette Drumwright.
How sustainable is that fish on your plate? New study explores the environmental impacts of aquatic foods
Dalhousie researcher Peter Tyedmers, a professor in Dalhousie’s School for Resource and Environmental Studies, has led the first assessment of its kind to show environmental impact of the full range of aquatic foods to help guide more sustainable production and diets.
Get to know Louise Spiteri, Dalhousie Senate’s new interim chair
Louise Spiteri, a professor in the School of Information Management and the first woman to chair Senate in nearly 30 years, sits down with Dal News to discuss her priorities in the months ahead for the university’s top academic governing body.
In what ways should society support entrepreneurial small businesses? How can we produce food more efficiently?
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