July/August 2018

You can go home again

A proud Newfoundlander and Labradorian from the tiny community of Pound Cove, Bonavista Bay, the president & CEO of Fortis Inc., credits his parents with teaching him that working hard and being authentic are key elements of success. In this story, we follow Barry Perry’s journey from trading in blueberries to trading on Wall Street—and […]

Let there be light

If your break room is little more than a kettle and a mini fridge, you might want to hide this article from your staff. From on-site gyms, funky architectural features and best-in-office technology, these eight businesses are keeping up with the latest and greatest in cool workspaces.

Work Out: A guide to coworking in Atlantic Canada

Between the isolation of the home office and the expense of a standalone location stands a fairly new but increasingly popular business model: the cowering space. Where can you find them and what can you expect? Details in our guide to cowering in Atlantic Canada

That night we painted the town green

Photos from Atlantic Business Magazine’s 20th annual Top 50 CEO awards gala: 650 executives guests, 50 award-winning CEOs and one unforgettable celebration of corporate leadership excellence.

Between the Lines

Executive editor Dawn Chafe explores the 63 million reasons why Donald Trump is still in office

XX Factor

Be careful what you ask for: THIS question implies women don’t belong in the workplace

Just Sayin’

From reconciliation to wealth distribution: Stephen Kimber explains why surf clam harvest is coming up empty

Devil’s Advocate

Devil’s Advocate columnist John Risley urges Canadians to stand on guard for the greater good

562-564 Water Street St. John’s, N.L.

Check out this 168-year-old Water Street building and the businesses that have lived there in our new department, Premises

The unsinkable Dr. Brown

After 13 years of ‘retirement’, this former university president continues to seize the day in her own way

Some mouth on ya

A Newfoundland food truck sets up shop in Bonavista with all kinds of sauciness

Living, breathing (and sleeping) entrepreneurship

Memorial University is launching a pilot project to kickstart student-led business

Home alone

A new Charlottetown company is taking care of business when you’re not home

Ou spa spa!

Usva Spa Nordik readies the waters for its first Moncton summer

Perfect pitch

Volta Cohort welcomes new startups into the fold