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The Harbour Deck

Events (and a book) to check out in April

Things to do and read this month to nourish the corporate mind and soul

Trump Card

Can Vancouver's Trump Tower survive the Donald?

The flip side of celebrity? Notoriety. How hitching your business to a star can backfire

B.C. snags construction workers from Alberta oil patch

Plus, clean energy companies report mixed results and Teck loses senior managers


How dread increases society's perception of risk

The power of emotion in risk communication

Jill Krop | Global BC

Most influential women: Jill Krop

Global—led by Krop—is the undisputed leader in television, with the evening News Hour attracting close to 200,000 viewers—almost triple the numbers of closest rival CTV

Poll: Christy Clark is Canada's third-least-popular premier

Plus, business comments on the B.C. budget and Kinder Morgan rests its case

Steve Jobs

What movies about business tell us about business

What films about business, and corporate skulduggery, reveal about leadership

Nanaimo is the latest town of many to lose a community paper

Plus, federal infrastructure funds may benefit B.C. ferries and Surrey says all bridges should be tolled

John Hart Generating Station

How Site C is the ultimate test of BC Hydro's influence

BC Hydro ranks No. 1 in our survey of B.C.’s most influential brands and remains one of the province’s most loved brands. The controversial Site C dam, however, represents one of the biggest tests of that influence in over 50 years of operation


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