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Technological revolutions are ultimately good for all of us.  Yes, OK, not everyone benefits equally or immediately. When Henry Ford came along with his automobile assembly lines, for example, he disappeared thousands [more...]
Technological revolutions are ultimately good for all of us. Yes, OK, not everyone benefits equally or immediately. When Henry Ford came along with his automobile assembly lines, for example, he disappeared thousands [more...]
Soon after opening in downtown Halifax, North Brewing Company was taxed with an enviable problem: they needed to grow—fast. Company president Peter Burbidge knew that his fledgling business had to [more...]
Soon after opening in downtown Halifax, North Brewing Company was taxed with an enviable problem: they needed to grow—fast. Company president Peter Burbidge knew that his fledgling business had to [more...]
Serial entrepreneurs are the Energizer Bunnies of the business world, channeling their extensive vitality into one company after another. While some hit home runs their first time at bat, others take time to [more...]
Serial entrepreneurs are the Energizer Bunnies of the business world, channeling their extensive vitality into one company after another. While some hit home runs their first time at bat, others take time to [more...]

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  • Aboriginal entrepreneurship profile: Donald Hanson webextra_quenselhansenNote: This article is part of a series of profiles discussing successful First Nations entrepreneurs in Atlantic Canada, sponsored by the Atlantic Institute for Market Studies (AIMS). Author Joseph Quesnel, of Métis extraction, is a political scientist, journalist ...
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