Eamon in the News

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As an author and business knowledge leader, Eamon Hoey contributes regularly to a number of newspapers and journals.

Below are examples of his writing and thinking.

 

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Toronto Star, June 9, 2015 - "Blacks photography stores to close"

One problem Telus faced with Blacks was getting people to consider it as a place to buy a phone, said Eamon Hoey, founder and managing partner of Hoey Associates Management Consultants.
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NHL News, June 6, 2015 - "L'intérêt de Québecor pour la LNH n'est pas un risque"

Quant à lui, Eamon Hoey, de la firme Hoey, croit que la LNH ne cadre pas dans les activités du conglomérat, qui, à son avis, devait se «concentrer» sur sa stratégie agressive dans le secteur de la téléphonie mobile.
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Winnipeg Free Press, December 21, 2011 – “Reduced cell rates in the Wind”

Wind Mobile says it will be blowing into Winnipeg in 2012, and that will mean lower cellphone rates and more attractive packages for local users, an industry analyst says. Detailed...

 

Financial Post, February 7, 2011 - “In telecom competition, it’s all about culture”

Eamon Hoey, managing director of Hoey Associates, a Toronto-based consultancy, said unions and cultural groups — those most concerned over changes to telecom ownership laws — have much sway over the NDP and Bloc Quebecois, and some Liberal backbenchers.“Every government that has looked at this [telecom ownership] has stepped away from it,” Mr. Hoey said. “It doesn’t have any strong political support, but it has a lot of opportunity for opposition.”

 

Globe & Mail, November 15, 2010 – “Avoiding M&A pitfalls”

Mergers and acquisitions can run into trouble when the acquiring company grapples with the degree of integration required for the newly acquired firm. Toronto-based consultant Eamon Hoey, in his newsletter the Strategist, says you should assess the value-creating proposition behind the acquisition to determine how much interdependence, and also how much organizational autonomy, is required for the target firm to remain successful. Detailed...

 


 

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