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Relax! There’s No Need to Panic About the Economy

A spate of weaker-than-expected numbers have alarmed many entrepreneurs. Here's why most fears are misplaced

How Not to Disrupt an Industry

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Aereo's short life shows the danger of building a business on a legal loophole

What to Do When A Viral Campaign Backfires

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Discovery Canada's disastrous Lake Ontario shark hoax illustrates the perils of "prankvertising"

The 4 Traits of Successful Exporters

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A new report highlights the factors that make companies more likely to prosper internationally

Secrets of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Marketers

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An inside look at what sets apart the country's most dynamic and successful marketing and media firms

Inside the Surprising Rebirth of Canadian Manufacturing

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A new survey points to a very bright future for domestic production

Are You Selling to the Rebounding U.S.?

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In this week's Export Wire: Canadian exporters aren't capitalizing on U.S. growth; inside a new federal program to boost foreign sales; and where Uber doesn't work

The Surprising Headaches of Opening an Overseas Office

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Not only can office and warehouse space hard to find abroad, you have to know what your responsibilities are

Elon Musk’s Patent Nonsense

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, poses with a Tesla car in Times Square following the electric automaker’s initial public offering, Tuesday, June, 29, 2010, in New York.The company plans to trade on the Nasdaq stock exchange under the ticker "TSLA." (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

Patents are far from perfect, but think twice before buying the Tesla founder’s open-source idealism

Why Employee Loyalty is Declining

Help Wanted

Today's workers don't necessarily want career positions. Still, there are things smart employers can do to retain the best

What it Really Takes to Innovate

PROFIT Business Cast

A veteran tech entrepreneur and financier shares his thoughts on what sets companies ahead today

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Selling a business doesn’t always mean happily-ever-after. Here are 3 of the most common things that go wrong

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