7 Questions with Jacquelyn Cyr

The serial entrepreneur on her new eco-first venture and the importance of happiness over profit

Time to Put the Office Old Boys’ Club on Notice


Dispiriting stats suggest workplace harassment at Canadian businesses is hardly a thing of the past

You Have to Bet Big to Win Big

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If you want to be first in your niche, at some point you have to take a very large gamble

Don’t Let Your Family Destroy Your Business


Succession planning, billionaire edition

Lessons 2014: You’re Only as Good as Your People

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Executives are the public face of your company. Making sure they say and do the right thing is vital to maintaining a positive brand image.

Nobody Wants to Hear Your Bragging

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Self-promoters fail to see how irritating their boasting can be

Don’t Build Your Transition Plan on Sand

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Change is scary, but the effects of inaction can be even more dangerous. Don't let wilful blindness trip you up.

The Problem with Too Many Men

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Women now occupy one in five seats in Canada's boardrooms, and growing momentum is encouraging

7 Questions with Bill Redfern

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The Halifax-based entrepreneur on the value of patience, franchise success and his new business.

You Don’t Have to Give Money to Give Back

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Donna Slaight on why charity has to be about more than just writing cheques

A Second-Generation Success Story: Linda Hasenfratz at Linamar

Linamar CEO Linda Hasenfratz

Linda Hasenfratz had to fill big shoes: her father's. Her apprenticeship at Linamar helped her succeed.

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