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A Toronto man is facing fraud charges after selling boxes of rice packaged as new iPhones, while a St. Louis accountant is under fire for embezzling a company where she worked for one day.

Call it the big open-office rethink. Though the design is still popular, employers are starting to notice its flaws.

Twenty years ago, Canada’s first private, specialized master of business administration program was introduced at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont. Today, a general MBA without a specialty is the exception.

Laura Carr, executive vice-president and CFO of Indigo, talks about competition and creating an experience for customers.

When Yoni Kaston isn’t crunching numbers as a tax manager at MNP, he’s performing in concerts across Canada and collaborating with international musicians.

Fans eager to see one of their favourite stars perform need to be on the lookout for fraudulent ticket selling schemes.

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It’s probable that someone you know is deep in debt. If you are observant, you might see one of these seven signs.