Fixations: Why this security exec blows off steam on the road

Michael Raypold rides for an hour or two every evening after work.Courtesy Echosec / Marathon Photos Michael Raypold, chief technology officer of Victoria-based Echosec Systems Ltd., talks about the joys of cycling and the dangers of the dark web in this interview from the June, 2019, issue of FPM. FPM: Why does a company need …

Fixations: Why this retail exec is going to the dogs — in a good way

Marcello Leone with his dogs, in his RYU office: "Success is never straight."Ben Nelms for National Post Marcello Leone, RYU (Respect your Universe) CEO and president, talks about his love of tribes, both at work and at home in this interview from the November, 2018, issue of FPM. FPM: How has the apparel market changed …

Fixations: Why this security exec blows off steam on the road

Michael Raypold rides for an hour or two every evening after work.Courtesy Echosec / Marathon Photos Michael Raypold, chief technology officer of Victoria-based Echosec Systems Ltd., talks about the joys of cycling and the dangers of the dark web in this interview from the June, 2019, issue of FPM. FPM: Why does a company need …

Fixations: Why this retail exec is going to the dogs — in a good way

Marcello Leone with his dogs, in his RYU office: "Success is never straight."Ben Nelms for National Post Marcello Leone, RYU (Respect your Universe) CEO and president, talks about his love of tribes, both at work and at home in this interview from the November, 2018, issue of FPM. FPM: How has the apparel market changed …

The Power List: 25 movers and shakers we’re buzzing about

Auto exec Linda Hasenfratz provides a strong voice on NAFTA Linda Hasenfratz isn’t worried when U.S. President Donald Trump tweets or makes an off-the-cuff comment about ripping up the North American Free Trade Agreement. “It’s a negotiation. I don’t think you should ever be surprised by things your opponents may or may not say and …

Yielding to pressure: Alternative investments may offer returns, but have risks, too

By Arthur Salzer Many Canadian investors are unhappy with their investment portfolio returns. Generational lows in interest rates combined with the Canadian resource-heavy market being one of the world’s worst performers during the past five years has made it challenging to produce the necessary returns to fund people’s current consumption patterns and expected retirement lifestyles. …