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With time, all industries change and develop in different ways, they move forward. However, industries like financial services take a lead role because they are the corner stone for how our world works and how it...

Meet Kim Brooks

Note from the Editorial Board: Back in December 2019 the then incoming (now co-Dean) of the Faculty of Management, Kim Brooks, sat down with the Dalhousie Business Review and answered some of our most pressing and requested...
A common occurrence (maybe too common) in my household are debates between my father and I regarding the potential for China to surpass the magnitude of Western innovation, namely in the domain of information technology.
Note from the Editorial Board: This election cycle we decided to do something different. We compiled some of the key stories that have developed on and after election night. Monday night was dramatic, and the events...
In May of this year, Dalhousie University had the privilege of hosting noted whistleblower, Edward Snowden, to address the implications of government surveillance, Big Data, and the trends that have emerged in the wake of the...
This is a different and first of it’s kind article for the Dalhousie Business Review. On September 13th, a member of the DBR Editorial Board had the opportunity to sit down with the Member of Parliament...
Graham Steele’s Legal Aspects of Business course is the benchmark – the gold standard of an undergraduate commerce course. As a professor, and a class, Graham Steele’s Legal Aspects is the exception not the rule at...
As software and hardware become ubiquitous, the consumers right to alter or fix their electronics rests in the hands of large tech corporations. In a multi-billion-dollar service industry, consumers are facing an uphill battle against companies...
There was a crucial moment in the 2015 prime minister debates. The candidates were asked about their respective stances on the budget and deficits. Harper and Mulcair both went with the safe answer – balance the...
In a hearing on January 29th, Senator Tom Cotton asked the heads of the intelligence community: “How many of you would use a telecommunications product made by Huawei or ZTE?” Their response...