St. Johns company honoured as one of Canadas 50 best managed companies

Staff ~ The Telegram
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Cahill Group of Companies of St. John's has been recognized among Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies of 2009.
According to a news release, after opening up its books, operations and management to careful scrutiny, the Cahill Group and the other companies have demonstrated business excellence through a rigorous and independent process that evaluates the calibre of management abilities and practices.
The release states all businesses can benefit from the characteristics and common themes emerging from this year's winners.
"Canada's 50 Best Managed program is an excellent benchmark for entrepreneurial companies to measure their strength against," said Shannon MacDonald, Deloitte partner and Halifax regional leader of Canada's 50 Best Managed program.
"Atlantic Canadian companies are doing well and the entrepreneurial talent is strong. We are pleased to see all of these successes recognized."
The 2009 50 Best Managed Companies generated $9.8 billion in combined revenue, had an average revenue increase of 23 per cent and employed over 39,000 Canadians.
For further information, visit www.canadas50best.com.

Organizations: Best Managed Companies, Cahill Group

Geographic location: Canada, St. John's, Halifax

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  • Jack
    July 02, 2010 - 13:12

    I'm a little disappointed that Kurtis Coombs is seeking a Progressive Conservative nomination.

    Since he's known for being an agent of change, I was hoping he would run as a Liberal or New Democrat.

    You let me down a little bit, Mr. Coombs.

  • Worker
    July 02, 2010 - 13:09

    Obviously Shannon MacDonald has never worked for King Fred.

  • Jack
    July 01, 2010 - 19:50

    I'm a little disappointed that Kurtis Coombs is seeking a Progressive Conservative nomination.

    Since he's known for being an agent of change, I was hoping he would run as a Liberal or New Democrat.

    You let me down a little bit, Mr. Coombs.

  • Worker
    July 01, 2010 - 19:44

    Obviously Shannon MacDonald has never worked for King Fred.