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Manulife chief Don Guloien's compensation falls to $8.67-million
Manulife Financial Corp. chief executive Don Guloien received total compensation of $8.67-million for 2011, compared with $9.29-million in 2010.
Class-action trial a Caribbean headache for Manulife
About 8,000 people in Barbados - 3 per cent of island's population - are suing Manulife Financial Corp., alleging that it bilked them of money they should have received when the insurer became a public company.
Former auditor-general Sheila Fraser set to join Bombardier board
... of the transportation giant at its annual meeting, taking a seat near her friend and predecessor as Canada's top federal watchdog, Denis Desautels.
Incoming Sun Life chief takes home $5.1-million in compensation
Last week Manulife Financial reported that it paid its chief executive Don Guloien $8.67-million for 2011, down nearly 7%. The insurance industry is facing hard times as rock-bottom interest rates push down investment revenues, forcing players to boost ...
Lawsuit arises as questions grow over SNC-Lavalin
Siskinds has been involved in securities cases against SinoForest Corp., Manulife Financial Corp. and Gildan Activewear Inc. Under the leadership of Mr. Ben Aissa, Montreal-based SNC won hundreds of millions worth of contracts in Libya for projects ...
Toronto Stock Exchange Plummets At Opening
The gold sector fell about 1.6 per cent and Barrick Gold Corp. (TSX:ABX) shed 66 cents to $45.72 and Goldcorp Inc. (TSX:G) faded 76 cents to $46.89.
Catalyst challenges FP500 to fill 25% of board seats with women
Two prominent Canadian companies, Royal Bank of Canada and Linamar Corporation, have already pledged their commitment to the initiative.
Budget 2012 Commentary
Georgina Steinsky-Schwartz has served as a Deputy Minister in the Government of Canada and as a senior executive within BCE and Manulife. Her work within both sectors has been aimed at improving the operational effectiveness of public, private and ...
IDC, Microsoft see 70000 Canadian jobs in the clouds
Microsoft Corp., which commissioned the survey, also says that IT innovations created by cloud computing could produce no less than $1.1 trillion a year in new business revenues.
Meet the 1 per cent
The release of the province's annual “Sunshine List” of top public sector earners has revealed that U of T's highest paid staff is William Moriarty, president and chief executive officer for the University of Toronto Asset Management Corporation (UTAM).