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5 Tips For Balancing Your Company and Family

There's no separation between work and life. Here's how some successful female entrepreneurs manage both.

There’s No Such Thing as Work-Life Balance

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Trying to separate your job and personal time completely just isn't worth the effort. A little overlap isn't can make you happier and more productive.

Is Your Organizational Model Stuck in the Dark Ages?

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Traditional corporate structures rarely get the best out of employees. Serial entrepreneur Suzanne West shares her highly successful business model.

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Marketplace lenders are already popular in the U.S. Borrowell hopes the concept can work in Canada.

The New Frontier in 3D Printing

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The technology can now reproduce human organs—and Canadian businesses are leading the way

How to Build an Innovation Superhub

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UBC's new president Arvind Gupta feels universities and businesses need to work together. And he has a plan for how to make it happen

Will This Company Save the Book Business?

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40 million North Americans own e-readers, but most still like print, too. It's the sweet spot BitLit hopes to capitalize on

3 Ways to Disrupt a Crowded Market

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Want to launch something unique in a market that seems saturated? Try following these tips from a successful serial entrepreneur

How to Get an MBA While Starting a Business

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A growing number of Canadian MBA programs are mixing class time with hands-on entrepreneurship

Does The World Need Another Social Shopping Site?

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Toronto's Bestie wants to crack a crowded market with its curated buying platform. What will it need to succeed?

Lose the Hype: Startups Aren’t the Only Innovators

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We fetishize tiny startups, but plenty of companies get big and keep their disruptive streak intact

Readers Choice

As the calendar fills with festive gatherings, employers need to be prepared for the pitfalls of employees’ celebrations. Here are three things you should set clear policies about in advance.

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