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Noel Hadjimichael in The Canadian Business Quarterly

Spymasters, conspiracies, the PRC, & Dong Jingwei

The tensions currently exposed between the People’s Republic of China (PRC) and the United States, let alone the more than 100 years of competition between Communist regimes and the assorted
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Digital transformations on the wrong end of the stick

There’s a growing body of evidence demonstrating technology-led digital transformations are overpromising and under-delivering returns on investment for owners in asset-intensive organizations. According to McKinsey & Co., 70% of digital
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Canadian Nuclear Association and President and CEO John Gorman in The CBQ

It’s impossible to tackle climate change without nuclear

The task of tackling climate change is mammoth. It requires an ‘all-in’ approach among Canada’s business leaders, governments, and the clean tech industries. But done right, not only can we
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Scio Asset Management and Founder & Managing Director Paul Daoust in The CBQ

Digital transformations on the wrong end of the stick

There’s a growing body of evidence demonstrating technology-led digital transformations are overpromising and under-delivering returns on investment for owners in asset-intensive organizations. According to McKinsey & Co., 70% of digital
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Rosenberg Research and Associates Founder and President David Rosenberg in The CBQ

Inflation: Demand creates its own supply

The point has to be made that while we clearly have a stickier inflation situation on our hands, the entire story relates to the pandemic and the impact this has
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Canadian Bar Association Warren Ragoonanan is the Chair of the International Law Section and Tina Parbhakar is the Section’s Past Chair in The CBQ

The Business of Human Rights

The Canadian Bar Association’s Business and Human Rights (BHR) Guide helps Canadian lawyers and their clients account for human rights in their operations. What is the role of business when
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Fraser Institute resident scholar Steven Globerman in the CBQ

Policymakers must address Canada’s business investment crisis

Central bankers, including Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem, say recent and substantial increases in rates of inflation are transitory and largely the consequence of global supply chain disruptions related
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Certn Chief Revenue Officer Rory Capern in the CBQ

The new Silicon Valley: How Canadian culture is driving tech startup success

The geographic capital of tech innovation is changing. Once holding the monopoly over tech startup success, Silicon Valley is falling victim to a barrier faced by major hubs of the
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