Mergers & Acquisitions

The Real Reason You Can’t Find Good Managers

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3 Key Charts: where managers come from, millennial do-gooding and the geography of mergers and acquisitions

Lessons 2014: Collaborate and Conquer

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Last year, major companies decided that what they couldn't do well themselves they were better off doing together. A look at some of 2014's biggest partnerships and what you can learn from them.

Lessons in Diversification from Cineplex’s Ellis Jacob

Cineplex Entertainment President and CEO Ellis Jacob

The entertainment mogul talks about integrating new acquisitions and what he's learned over three decades in the business

Slash Trade Show Costs by Going Virtual


In this week's Export Wire: How to attend an exhibition from your own office; Canadian exports are still under-performing; and CETA won't mean more M&As

Why Salesforce Loves Buying Canadian Startups

Salesforce COO George Hu speaking at the company’s Dreamforce conference in 2011. (Jakub Mosur/Salesforce)

"There's a crazy amount of innovation happening right now in Canada," says COO

Meet the Halifax Firm Taking on Disney

Michael Donovan of DHX. (Photo: Scott Munn; Character images: courtesy of DHX)

In DHX, Michael Donovan has created a media company for the Netflix age. Here's how he built his empire

The potential pitfall of a Tim Hortons-Burger King merger


A merger between Tim Hortons and Burger King makes sense financially. But merging corporate cultures is far more difficult

The Hidden Cost of M&As


The company you've just bought might have a very different benefits plan than what you offer. Unless you plan carefully, it could cost you

The Smart Way to Prepare for a Merger


Deals don't always work out as planned. As one firm has learned the hard way, it's essential to have a Plan B

Why So Many Growth Businesses are Eyeing M&A


More and more dynamic companies are opting to buy others in their quest for expansion, according to a new report