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Archive for Category: "Finance & Economics"
Governments are taking steps to stop corporate tax avoidance strategies, but an international effort is required By: Muneer Huda, Staff Writer Apple CEO Tim Cook recently defended his company’s tax avoidance strategy before the US senate. But Apple is only the newest member in this international club. Starbucks, Amazon and Google have also come under recent scrutiny for their tax avoidance strategies. Corporations and wealthy individuals avoiding taxes is nothing new, where some have gone as far as changing nationalities [...]Read more →
Canada International Affairs
As thousands of baby boomers approach the retirement line, this will fundamentally change the Canadian labour market and lead to a soaring federal budget deficit.Read more →
There is talk that Facebook might have company in its quest to purchase the real-time mapping app By:Spencer Emmerson, Junior Staff Writer Two titans of the web could be arming themselves for a bidding war over Waze Inc., a mobile satellite navigation company. Sources tell Bloomberg news that Google Inc. is considering buying the Israeli-based start-up, joining a list of suitors that already includes Facebook Inc. Consumers appear to be switching away from desktop and laptop computers, spending more time [...]Read more →
Biz Start Up
Socially connecting with colleagues, management, clients and employees is an essential component in finding success in the business world in the 21st century…Read more →
Former RCMP staff Caroline O’Farrell’s recent allegations on sexual harassment case By Megan Gartrell, Staff Writer According to a 2011 Newsweek report, women are more likely to be assaulted by a fellow soldier than killed in combat. News of sexual assault and harassment of women in the military and Canadian armed forces, like the case of RCMP staff sergeant Caroline O’Farrell, who has filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against 13 former colleagues, has captured media attention and has many questioning whether these [...]Read more →
Science & Technology
Suppose one could manufacture a book the same way one would manufacture a car.Read more →
Niagara Falls and the Rocky Mountains top the list of Canada’s five best tourist attractions, ranked by Destination Canada.Read more →
May 27 marks the 80th anniversary of the birth of Ted Rogers. Once the second richest man in Canada and president of Rogers Communications, he also gave his name to the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University. But yet, little is known about the man behind the name. By Viviane Fairbank, Staff Writer Ted Rogers had always taken pride in his pace of action. In his aptly named autobiography, Relentless, he wrote, “I love speed. I’ve always had [...]Read more →
Features Magazine Magazine Feature
A revolution is coming in manufacturing: it’s called 3D printing. These printers are coming down in price and becoming available to the masses. Within this decade, manufacturing will become truly democratized, and this brings with it both wonders and serious dangers. Read about it in our latest issue!Read more →
Deck:The American magazine appeals to young readers with new apps. By: Julienne Bay, Staff Writer The Saturday Evening Post, an American magazine, has decided to reshape its digital identity in accordance with the 21st century. In partnership with Yudu Media, a digital publishing company, the Post released its iPad and iPhone app on May 17. Readers can download a single issue for $3.99, or subscribe to a single issue for $1.99, which will renew automatically until cancelled. With a history [...]Read more →