Contents | November 2012
Can I Be Frank?
He made it big as a financial broker, a movie studio visionary and a global philanthropist. Now Frank Giustra, one of B.C.'s most influential business leaders, has struck oil. But it's not what you think.
by Miro Cernetig
We ask Opposition leader Adrian Dix what an NDP victory would mean for the province's wary business community.
They were mentored. They succeeded. Now they're paying it forward.
by Joy Pecknold
A town frozen in the 1980s, Kitsault is at the heart of a battle between two of B.C.'s biggest industries: tourism and mining.
by Christopher Pollon
Profile: Wynne Powell
The London Drugs president and CEO explains why the customer is still king.
by David Jordan
Sales are at a veritable standstill. Can B.C.'s retail industry recover?
Marketing: Fact or Fiction
A new breed of bloggers are working in a world where content is key and truth is relative.
by Niko Bell
Mint Condition Community cash is set to flow in east Vancouver
Preparation Strategy Have kitchen, will share
Facing the Music An indie record label faces reality in the music biz
Inquiring Minds What is your best stress reliever?
Need to Know How to Set an Office Dress Code
Crossroads Gary Collins, president, Coastal Contacts Inc.
Lunch with Lucy Lucy lunches with hotelier Charles McDiarmid