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When Corporate Do-Goodery Backfires

Restaurant chain Earls is facing an online backlash after dropping local Alberta beef for "hormone-free" U.S. cattle

Would an Interest Rate Incentive Encourage You to Hire?

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Some Ontario banks and credit unions are offering rebates to firms that hire disadvantaged workers

5 Questions About Offshore Entities Answered

The building containing the office of Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca in Panama City. Millions of leaked documents from the firm suggest that politicians and businesses have connections with secret 'offshore' companies to escape tax scrutiny in their countries. Photo: Alejandro Bolivar/EPA/CP

Following the headline-grabbing release of the so-called Panama Papers, here's what you need to know about tax havens and many of the companies headquartered in them

Why Some B.C. Businesses Want a Tax Increase

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A group of the province's green companies are calling for the government to lift the freeze on its carbon levy

Changes to Government-Mandated Benefits May Be Coming Soon

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The Liberals are committed to improving compassionate care leave and parental leave allowances

9 Ways the 2016 Federal Budget Could Affect Your Business

Minister of Finance Bill Morneau is accompanied by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he makes his way to deliver the federal budget in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, March 22, 2016. Photo: Sean Kilpatrick/CP

The Trudeau government's first budget contained a shock on the small business tax rate, and some smaller let-offs

How the 2016 Budget Could Affect Small Business Tax Policy

Finance Minister Bill Morneau will deliver the 2016 federal budget on March 22. Photo: Fred Chartrand/CP

What Canadian SMB owners can expect from the Trudeau government's first round of economic policy

Why CASL May Actually Have Helped Brands

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Despite dire predictions, email marketing has actually increased and improved since the CRTC introduced anti-spam regulations

Business Travel May Soon Get a Little Cheaper

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Global airfares are expected to fall further in 2016 on lower fuel prices, says IATA

An Iconic Pitchman Reaches His Best-By Date

This still image provided by Dos Equis shows a scene from one of the beer company's ads featuring actor Jonathan Goldsmith as the "Most Interesting Man in the World." Photo: Dos Equis via AP/CP

Dos Equis is saying 'adios' to the 'Most Interesting Man in the World,' bringing to an end a near decade-long association

The Rise of the Second-Hand Economy

Emily Bitze, founder of Bunz Trading Zone, in her Toronto office in March 2016. Photo: Chris Young/CP

In search of savings, many Canadians are buying or bartering for used goods. What that means for growth

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In one letter to staff, the CEO of Sanjel announced the company’s bankruptcy, the sale of two divisions and his own resignation. An annotated guide to his communication errors

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