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What's a commercial property landlord to do?
Contrary to popular belief, e-commerce hasn't caused vacancy rates for commercial real estate (the percentage of all available units) to go up. But that doesn't mean everything's the same as it's always been for landlords.
Who’s eating up the grocery market?
Sales for traditional grocery retailers are stagnating - and if they don't figure something out soon, it'll be too late.
The Moneyball effect
In 2002, the Oakland A's did something that no team in Major League Baseball had ever done before: They used big data to build their small-market team into the number one team in the Western division. And the rest, as they say, is history.
In pursuit of perfect 'glass' skin
South Korea has exported a number of trends over the past few years: K-pop music, premium phones and above all, an obsession with flawless 'glass' skin. What does that obsession look like in Canada?
How craft beer won over Canada
The beer landscape used to be dominated by big names like Molson, Coors and Labatt. Then the first two merged, and the public developed a taste for independent craft brews. How did that happen?