As the extent of the COVID-19 catastrophe became clear last spring, Toronto entrepreneur Marcus Fraser thought first of his family, then he thought of his friends, worried what this would mean for all of them. “My third thought was, ‘Oh crap, I’m out of business,’” he said. Fraser makes high-end clothing.
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On Day 2 of this year’s Growth CEO Summit, Doug Brownridge and Kelly McDougald from the Business Development Bank of Canada presented a session on leading in uncertain times and the power of co-elevation. The post Leading In Uncertain Times: Speakers, Doug Brownridge and Kelly McDougald appeared first on Canadian
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The benchmark equity indices reversed losses in late afternoon trade to end the highly volatile session on a strong note ahead of Decemeber F&O expiry. Gains in global peers and development on the vaccine front enthused market participants, helping both Sensex and Nifty extended their winning run to
American Airlines flew a Boeing 737 Max with paying passengers from Miami to New York on Tuesday, the plane’s first commercial flight in U.S. skies since it was grounded in 2019 after two deadly crashes. American flight 718 carried about 100 passengers, according to an airline spokesperson, and landed Tuesday