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Success begets success in crowdfunding—but so does falling just short, study shows (folio)

If entrepreneurs can’t follow in the footsteps of blockbuster ideas, they should aim to come in behind campaigns that nearly reached their goals,...

Staying in grace: Why some people are immune from scandal – until they’re not (The Conversation)

According to researchers, not all scandalous acts result in a scandal or produce the same consequences. In this piece co-authored by Assistant...

Report on Alberta’s Heritage Savings Fund stalled (Ryan Jespersen Show)

Associate Professor Andrew Leach discusses the Alberta Heritage Savings Fund with Ryan Jespersen from the Ryan Jespersen Show on 630 CHED.

Research reveals which types of leaders are more likely to burn out (folio)

U of A researcher Ian Gellatly finds that being too hands-off can be as stressful for leaders as being too engaged.

Trampolines, hot tubs and fitness equipment in high demand during pandemic (Airdrie Today)

There's no place like home in a pandemic which explains why hot tubs and gym equipment are selling like toilet paper did in the early days of...

Alberta's economic recovery plan (Ryan Jespersen Show)

Dean Joseph Doucet discusses the government's Alberta's economic recovery plan on 630 CHED's Ryan Jespersen Show.

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