As medical professionals, these doctors don’t have roles that scream “business” on first glance. However, these three public health officers played an important role in controlling the spread of the coronavirus, both in their own provinces and throughout Atlantic Canada. As a result, the region …

Innovation is a funny word—hard to define, but you know it when you see it. INNOVATION… it’s where creativity meets reality and revolutionary ideas spark the next phase of evolution. This issue, in our second annual list of 30 Under 30 innovators, we celebrate young …

The story of coding is a story about women. From Ada Lovelace, who wrote the world’s first computer program, to the Black women scientists at NASA—like Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan, who became the subjects of the Hollywood blockbuster film Hidden Figures—women were …

Last year, Halifax Stanfield International Airport served over 4.3 million passengers and generated $3.8 billion for the Nova Scotia economy. Key destinations include New York, Boston, Chicago, Philadephia, London, Frankfurt and Dublin. (Submitted photo) International innovator Charles Benaiah explains why he thinks Halifax is a …

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 back again.

debateFrom finance to HR to marketing, being a new business owner is far from easy. Even so, this former real estate agent turned contractor says she’s having the time of her life

Atlantic Business Magazine hosted its first annual thought leadership workshop series in September 2017. What did participants have to say about economic prosperity? And, how did their priorities compare to what’s on the agenda of the four Atlantic premiers? All this and more in our extensive #ThinkBig editorial package.

When Brian Chafe helped sell PAL Group to a Winnipeg firm, it was so he could create a stronger local company. He includes employees and clients in his definition of family— and invests in them and their communities accordingly. And, he’s determined to take PAL …

1 2 3 5