Hurting Canada’s reputation –

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Canada’s pipeline gridlock is harming its global reputation as an attractive place to invest in oil and gas projects, says a leading industry group.
Tim McMillan,…

10 ways to beat a flat stock market –

The FTSE is going nowhere fast. According to industry forecasts, 2012 will see a flat market, with the blue chip index making no significant losses or gains.

Investors are just as pessimistic. More than half are expecting the FTSE 100 to trade side…

Stock Market Video: The Next Major Move In The Market – (blog)

Stocks jumped back on Friday after positive news came from the European summit. This whipsaw continues in stocks but a new major move is on the horizon. Watch this video to see which direction the stock market will go. While the markets have been all o…

What was the biggest 2011 stock market trend? – Christian Science Monitor

In 2011, stocks were the most correlated they’d been in 80 years, which meant investors could skip out on doing intense stock-specific research and just focus on getting the market right. Investment moves were dominated by European headlines as well.

Is there a solution to stock market turbulence? –

This fall, the U.S. stock market seems to change direction every week in response to the latest news — good or bad.
When Europe was struggling to find a solution to the Greek debt crisis, stocks took a dive. Then, once the European Union (EU) announ…

Stock Market Today: Dow Jones Industrials Up 186, Nasdaq 100 Up 50, S&P 500 Up 20 – IRA

The stock market reacted to a Euro treaty today that would provide a permanent bailout fund for the European region to assist countries facing potential default amid sovereign debt concerns. The Dow Jones Industrial Average index (DJI) gained 186 poin…

Ten best small business stories of the week

Globe and Mail Update
Published Friday, Dec. 09, 2011 4:47PM EST

Check out the best stories of the week of Dec. 5 from Report on Small Business, the Globe’s home for entrepreneurs. Read our columnists, view archives of discussions, and connect throug…

Small Manufacturers Bet on Exports

The U.S. Commerce Dept. reported an all-time high export figure of $180.6 billion in September. Paul Taggart/Bloomberg

By Karen E. Klein

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Harvard program puts focus back on sales

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Published Friday, Dec. 09, 2011 9:07AM EST
Last updated Friday, Dec. 09, 2011 9:13AM EST

Sales is rarely an academic focus, says Frank Cespedes, senior lecturer of Harvard Business School’s Entrepreneur…

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