Let’s start at the finish: business can’t do business at a digital distance forever. And probably not for much longer.  We can go cashless, shop online, automate customer service and populate warehouses with robots. We can make phone calls, send emails, type texts and video …

My youngest brother was the first person in my family to get a computer game. It was the early 1980s and I remember him playing that Atari for hours… Mario Bros, with its earworm soundtrack, and Asteroids were his favorites. I played too, but not …

We’ve just gone through a management change and the new co-owners (my colleague, Tonia Sheridan, and I) are eager to strategically position this company for growth. The question at the top of our minds is this: how can we leverage a 30-years-young legacy brand to …

Canada has lost it way. How could it be otherwise when we have no navigators? Over 150 years ago, representatives of what was then Upper and Lower Canada as well as the Maritimes—soon followed by the western provinces and northern territories—convinced the electorate that there …

I found this gem on Twitter this morning: “the greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the poor that being poor was their own fault.” In a convoluted way, it got me thinking about the evolution of small business—more specifically, how we think about it. It is convoluted, but bear with me.

Roots, Rants and Roars is a two-day food festival that takes place annually in Elliston, Newfoundland. Photo by Gabby Peyton EDITING THIS PARTICULAR ISSUE hit me like a smack in the face. See, I long ago decided I’d never vacation outside of Atlantic Canada during …

GATHER ‘ROUND CHILDREN while I tell you about the birds and the bees. It’s time you learned where Atlantic Business Magazine’s Top 50 CEOs come from. Now this may come as a shock… they aren’t ours. At least, not in the traditional sense. The seed …

Included in the eight beatitudes are blessings for the meek, the persecuted and the poor in spirit. To hell with that—martyrdom is for suckers.

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