As this piece is being written, the outcome of negotiations in Washington to resolve the fiscal cliff is unknown. As this is being read, that outcome will be known. However, I do not believe for a second that the result will be an honest one. …

Daniel Kahneman is the Eugene Higgins Professor of Psychology Emeritus at Princeton University and recipient of the 2002 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences for his work on decision making.

As a pilot of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), Chad Collett had first-hand experience with the quality of still photographs and videos which he, and others in his job, were gathering undersea—and he was far from impressed.

It may not be a riddle of Sphinxian inscrutability, nevertheless it has plagued businessmen and women for years: If you’re travelling by air, why does it cost so much to get anywhere in Atlantic Canada, especially from New Brunswick? A typical discounted, one-way fare (not …

Once, not so very long ago, Yves Gagnon, New Brunswick’s acknowledged expert on wind energy, stuck close to home as he sang the praises of an emerging industry that he believed had the potential to transform economic development in this otherwise decidedly sleepy corner of …

“Sure, it bugs me,” declares New Brunswick Premier David Alward, momentarily annoyed, during an hour-long conversation in a hotel conference room in downtown Moncton. We’re here to talk about the state of a province that, in his words, faces “a perfect storm” of fiscal, economic …

Logistics partners can have a great impact on the success or failure of any business. If shipping costs are too high, it’s difficult to sell a product at a competitive price and still make a profit. If shipping is unreliable, a business will struggle to …

It’s not possible to talk about logistics without talking about supply chains. One cannot operate independently of the other and both are constantly evolving to meet the challenges of a modern, consumer-driven world. Evolution of the supply chain Logistics was originally a military term, with …

It doesn’t matter what size your company is, at some point in time you’re going to hit a bump along the supply chain and logistics road. Take for example Elizabeth’s Garden Florist in Prince Edward Island. After more than 15 years with her own shop, …

As transportation makes the world an ever-smaller place, it also enables an increasingly mobile workforce. For those employees who are willing to move (and a significant number of them are), there is no shortage of wellpaying and fulfilling jobs. For Atlantic Canada employers, that means …

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