Rest assured, recent changes at Canadian Business will continue the magazine’s tradition of greatness.
It didn’t come easily, but a Canadian company ? headquartered in Calgary and traded on the TSX ? struck black gold where many others have failed: one of the most dangerous places on earth.
It’s been a rough year for many in the oilpatch, but for these five rising stars, the future has never looked brighter.
Capturing CO2 is our best (and only) plan to fight climate change. But it won’t be easy.
The world food crisis is front and centre on Bay Street’s radar.
Anthony Lacavera wants to shake up the mobile-phone business in Canada. But does he have what it takes?
The Earl Jones scandal unleashes more confusion.
Cossette’s founders disagreed on how to build the iconic ad agency. Now comes the custody battle.
The Livent trial comes to an end ? with jail time.
The Olympics should mean big business for Vancouver’s hotels. But it isn’t turning out that way.
Newfoundland’s seizure of Abitibi’s assets can only end badly.
Canadian investors need tougher securities enforcement.
America’s fiscal hole isn’t the scariest.
Why Jim Balsillie is suddenly waving the flag.
Do low-tier brand-name items help or hinder?
Stock-trading supercomputers make markets riskier.
Execs believe the feds should review Swedish company’s Nortel deal.
Canadian investors will soon be voting on exec packages.
Two small-town hockey-loving Canadians make good on the world nutritional stage.
Top court ruling allows companies to use defined pension surpluses.
The new head of AIMCo, Alberta’s government sponsored pension fund, talks about the volatility in energy prices and more.
The Silver Standard CEO on his roots in geology, getting started without owning a suit, and his philosophy of business.
Foreign acquisition rules are getting muddier.
Three tips to make sure you do this difficult task with dignity and respect.