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The Davids can beat the money management Goliaths — as long as they stick to their strengths
The business world is in a constant state of consolidation. Customers that used to have multiple options now have two or three. In many cases, the options are owned by the same company (Fido and Rogers; Tangerine and Scotiabank, Swoop and ...
Inflation's coming: Consumers to pay dearly for supply chain snarls
Retail Council of Canada CEO Diane Brisebois speaks with the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn in the video below about the ongoing effects of the shipping blockage in the Suez Canal. Western brands in ‘blind panic’ as they struggle to ...
How the often neglected hewers of wood and drawers of water are saving Canada some pain
The hewers of wood and drawers of water who built Canada’s economy are no longer big employers, but the COVID-19 recession would have been a lot worse without them. Canada exported goods worth about $50 billion in February, exceeding ...
The pandemic exposed flaws in Canada's economic system. Fixing them won't be easy
After a year of living with COVID-19, Postmedia is taking an in-depth look at the significant social, institutional and economic issues the pandemic has brought to light in Canada — and more importantly, how we can finally begin to solve them. ...
How Biden's big electric vehicle plan could impact Canada's auto industry
Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association President Flavio Volpe speaks with the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn in the video below about the accelerating shift to e-vehicles. ‘This is my crowning piece’: Frank Stronach is back with big ...
Test-kit glitch: Spartan declares insolvency, seeks fresh investment or buyer
Less than three months after regaining Health Canada approval for its portable COVID-19 testing technology, Spartan Bioscience has again halted shipments of its product after acknowledging an unspecified technical glitch. The result: insolvency ...
'If you think Toronto is unaffordable now, you wait': CIBC's Benjamin Tal on GTA housing
CIBC Deputy Chief Economist Benjamin Tal speaks with Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about the state of condos and the housing market in the Greater Toronto Area and how it may not be going where many think it is. The great generational ...
Optimism over Canada and U.S. economies is overdone: David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg, Chief Economist and Strategist at Rosenberg Research, talks to Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn about where the economy and inflation are going and Canada’s hot housing market. The great generational wealth transfer is ...
SYLVAIN CHARLEBOIS: In praise of processed foods
Processed foods exist so we can save time, money and energy. It has made our food systems more efficient over the years. It is all about convenience. In recent years, though, the health attributes of processed foods have increasingly come under ...
Is getting paid every day worth it?
Q: Throughout the pandemic, my employment situation has thankfully been more on than off, but I’ve had to figure a lot out that I didn’t ever think I’d face. I had a career and was climbing the corporate ladder, and now I’m working ...