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Dead reckoning about the business of life and death

Death is so frightening, so existentially lonely, that our reflexive defence is to make defiant jokes about it

Corporate tortoise or hare: Fable maps out the best route to building your business without surrendering ownership

The moral of this story lies in the question: which of these two, Tortoise Ltd. or Hare Inc., became the more valuable to the founder?

Selling cycling’s benefits: It’s good for B.C. business and health

Notwithstanding minor inconveniences from bike lanes, everybody benefits when more people cycle
Life Lessons: Matt Fraser

Life Lessons: Matt Fraser

Gathering continual feedback improves user experience

Tech hub brews on False Creek flats; Harrison Hot Springs sold for $32.3m

Scaling up

Brand and trademark protection has become increasingly complex in today's digital world

It used to be simpler to protect your business name and brand names: think of a business name and register it with the corporate registry; think of a brand name and register a trademark.

Peddling non-partisan power points

The best way to mitigate energy’s environmental impact is to reduce energy waste and demand
How I did it: Liz Dickinson

How I did it: Liz Dickinson

Strapless heart-rate monitor 14 years and $2m in the making
Wal van Lierop: Capital connections

Wal van Lierop: Capital connections

Wal van Lierop's Chrysalix is one of the world's few 'pure play' clean-tech venture capital companies

Liberal decisions needed on BC Place, viaSport, sports wagering

Deputy Premier Rich Coleman has lobbied the federal government in favour of the amendment, which would boost PlayNow.com and be another revenue stream for casinos