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Our judges have chosen three finalists.
Ontario’s green act will encourage clean energy at a price.
Vets have effectively cornered the retail market for pet drugs.
Open Text’s chairman, Tom Jenkins, is piecing together a national digital media strategy.
As Ottawa mulls licences for Islamic-focused banks, is Canada falling behind?
In the legal battle between Alex Shnaider and Michael Shtaif, neither side is giving an inch.
How Shell lost the goodwill of stakeholders.
The move to save jobs and GM will likely do neither.
Canada is moving full steam ahead to implement new reporting standards, while the U.S. drags its heels. Why bother?
SMEs try to adapt to new realities.
Ondine’s founder mortgages the company’s present for better results and profits in the future.
A farmland play promises fat returns.
Hold the standing “O” for ZENN Motor’s latest milestone.
The CEOs weigh in on peak oil and the cost of the energy source.
Tech titan uses algorithm to reveal who is an unhappy employee.
Why it will be easier for a dog killer to return to polite society sooner than some think.
Management guru Jim Collins has figured out why companies crumple.
Why isn’t Ottawa doing more to help the Canadian IT industry?
Forcing automaker bondholders to take a bad deal will hurt the next time a troubled company needs a loan.
Consumers shouldn’t foot the bill because television companies decided to get into less profitable businesses.
The president and founder of Menova Energy Inc. on working with Wal-Mart and why securing VC financing is a waste of time.
The entrepreneur, lawyer and philanthropist on the Canadian broadcasting system, the CRTC and the joy of ranching.