Canada Bankers Train With Soldiers for Arctic Trek

Feb. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Canadian business leaders including Power Corp. of Canada's Paul Desmarais Jr. and his son Paul Desmarais III are among 24 civilians who are spending C$20,000 ($18,240) each to join a dozen soldiers on an Arctic trek in April to raise awareness of the physical and mental injuries suffered by Canada’s military. The duo is among members of Canada’s corporate elite who gathered 50 kilometers north of Ottawa to train alongside veterans for what’s billed as the largest expedition to ski to the North Magnetic Pole. (Source: Bloomberg)
Greek Bailout Could Steal the Stage at G-7 Meeting
56:57 - As the G-7 gathers for a meeting in Dresden, Greece continues to search for an agreement with creditors on a bailout. The situation seems likely to work its way into G-7 talks as the nation faces the first payment this Friday on a 1.6 billion euro debt to the IMF. Bloomberg’s Hans Nichols and Vassilis Karamanis preview the meeting on “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
  • Will FIFA Sponsors Speak Out on Corruption Allegations?
  • Generali Doesn't Need to Make Acquisitions: CEO Greco
  • Ireland Gives Approval to IAG Takeover of Aer Lingus