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Aritzia Vancouver| BCBusiness
Finance

Is Aritzia about to go public?

Plus, what Warren Buffett bought, how to pitch in Silicon Valley, when a gift is really a grab, and why big government is better

A&W burger
Finance

Burger chain beefs up sales

Plus, B.C. debt delinquency drops, the Chinese go smurfing, a tax is just a price and low growth continues

BCBusiness | earthquake
Finance

Major quake could shake the economy: report

Plus, U.S. bank funds Canadian tech startups, HSBC Canada reports Q2 results, Kelowna eyes regulating short-term rentals, and self-service checkouts lead to shoplifting

Finance

Higher education still pays off—but not for everyone

Plus, smart investing, negative interest rates, offshore tax havens and when to sell

BCBusiness | Telus
Finance

Why Telus is still tops

Plus, what's up with online loans, what's wrong with the PST, how economists redistribute income and why nothing's built to last

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Ryan Ayre | Manning Elliott LLP

What companies need to know when expanding their business beyond Canada

Ryan Ayre, partner at Manning Elliott LLP, discusses what companies need to consider when expanding internationally

BCBusiness | Earls restaurants tipping policy
Finance

Where's the tip?

Plus, the Bank of Canada keeps interest rates low, who doesn't like low interest rates (hint: pension funds, investors), and why gold and silver still shine

Joel Solomon | Tides Canada

Joel Solomon: The conscientious capitalist

While he’s best known as the money behind Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, Joel Solomon has been quietly building a reputation as one of the city’s smartest financiers

BCBusiness | BC Blueberry Council
Finance

B.C. blueberries are going to China

Plus, is NewLeaf having money trouble, why Canadians support expanding the CPP, what Monopoly can teach central bankers, and how lack of diversity affects tech investment

Vancouver highrises
Finance

Is there a housing bubble?

Plus, 30-year mortgages are making a comeback, the working poor are on the rise, Brexit is a working class revolt, and negative interest rates pit the old against the young

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