With our final issue of 2013 now online, it’s as good a time as any to reexamine the year that was. And what better way to do that than draw attention to the best feature stories we published in 2013? If you’re looking for some great holiday reading, look no further. Below are Canadian Business‘s 10 most popular long-form stories for 2013 (based on the number of people who read them on our website).
Bombardier’s CSeries planes are so quiet they will revitalize downtown airports all over the world.
Rogers Media is betting $200 million on the Blue Jays in a bid to bring baseball glory back to Toronto. Why it’s the smartest investment they’ve made in years.
Justin Trudeau wants to prove he’s more than just a haircut and a smile. He sat down with Canadian Business to lay out his economic vision—and Bay Street may be pleasantly surprised.
Marijuana is already legal in Colorado and Washington. It will be legal here sooner than we thought. How big business is primed to cash in on a new market worth billions.
The CIA, NASA and Google are already investing millions in quantum computing. But only one country has managed to build a commercially available quantum processor: Canada.
WestJet, Air Canada and Porter all want a bigger slice of the economy market. Will we finally get decent service at a reasonable price?
Same-store sales-growth is sliding, and a U.S. expansion isn’t gaining traction. Has Timmy’s finally hit the wall?
Banks are keeping the housing market bubbly with the cheapest mortgages in history. Just how low can they go?
Mountain Equipment Co-op became a massive success story by appealing to hard-core adventurers. Now it’s dumping the ‘mountain’ to get suburban soccer moms and joggers.
New research shows that eliminating Canada’s traffic nightmares would cause productivity, paycheques and property values to skyrocket.