Find the salaries, charitable donations and guilty pleasures of 2019’s Top 50 in our statistical analysis

All work and no play make for a dull c-suite

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No. 4 Restaurant and Bar in St. John's, NL

Pass go—collect all the dollars.

So far, 2019 has been a year of expansions for many Atlantic-based businesses that are spreading their wings (and their manufacturing) across the country and around the world.

Meet Natasha Dhayagude, CEO and co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, a biotech company making a mushroom-based natural preservative for food, drinks and cosmetics

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Call of the wild
Find out what animals best represent common leadership styles found in the wild world of business
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Game misconduct
Tonight’s Halifax Mooseheads’ game—a late-March contest in the first round of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League playoffs—is a sellout. Third in a row? Fourth? Who’s counting? We should. Start with this: a playoff sellout at Halifax’s Scotiabank Centre puts 10,595 bums in seats at ...
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Taxing issues
What really drives urban business activity? Is it lower taxation? Increased population? Or something else? Intriguing questions—we don’t have the answers, just the following food for thought.
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Meet the judges
Adjudicators for Atlantic Business Magazine’s Top 50 CEO awards are five-time award winners and Top 50 CEO Hall of Fame inductees. Thank you to the following for generously volunteering to select this year’s honourees.
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  • Open and Shut May 2019 It’s almost summer and you know what that means: new brewpubs, food trucks and glamping resorts! Here’s the monthly roundup of what opened and closed in May.