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Business   Ready for their Close-up, Financial Post, 2007
Dove's much-acclaimed Evolution ad showed a normal woman being transformed into a model. Three hundred million viewers later, it's also transformed Toronto's Janet Kestin and Nancy Vonk into viral advertising gurus.

You *#%&!: Is this the end of the Toxic Boss?, Maclean's, 2007
Judges are sending corporate bullies a message: treat your employees with respect.

Avon Lady Cleans Up, Report on Business Magazine, 2006
Setbacks? Rebecca MacDonald’s had a couple lives’ worth. But nothing was going to stop the onetime perfume peddler from dreaming up the juiciest income trust on the block.

The Dean of Dire Straights, Report on Business Magazine, 2005
A trip to Justice James Farley’s courtroom can spell rebukes, befuddlement, comedy and – if an insolvent company is lucky – salvation. Meet the man who has guided the fate of staggering giants like Air Canada and Stelco.

Power Failure, October 2004
How did things go so wrong for Ron Osborne at Ontario Power Generation?
* Honorary Mention, National Magazine Awards

The Odd Couple, National Post Business Magazine, 2004
Aber Diamond Corp., a star of Canada’s rugged diamond-mining scene, has just bought Harry Winston Inc. – the most glamorous jeweler in the world. Is this a bold business move for a miner making the most of its riches? Or a star-crossed affair of the heart?

The Diamond Hunter, Elm Street, 2003
Prospector Eira Thomas hits the motherlode

The Innovators, National Post Business Magazine, 2002
Offend hierarchies. Make mistakes. Break rules. Let freedom ring. The secrets of successful innovators.

The Man who brought down Cinar, Report on Business Magazine, 2000
Nobody believed Claude Robinson’s complaints against the golden couple heading the wholesome TV producer. He didn’t back down – and five years later, their empire collapsed.
* Silver Medal, National Magazine Awards

The Ask, Report on Business Magazine, 1999
How do you ask a very rich person for a couple of million? Very, very carefully.