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In December of 2001, Enron – an energy conglomerate with a market capitalization of $USD 70 Billion – went bust. Formerly one of the largest companies on the major US indices, and a darling for investors who saw the...
As we settle into another semester of online school “at” Dalhousie, we asked our writers to recommend books that they read in 2020 that they felt readers of the DBR would enjoy this coming year. Below is a list...
There are a number of trends in the Real Estate market to keep an eye out out for in the upcoming year. The shift from urbanization to suburbanization as a result low interest rates and effects of Covid, the...

Antitrust & Big Tech

Experiencing technical difficulties? You aren’t alone. While it is safe to say public trust in large technology companies (Facebook, Apple, Google, Amazon, and Microsoft) has eroded over the past decade due to several high-profile exposés and consequent investigations into...
What are some potential implications for businesses? Quantum computing is an infant form of classic information processing than what we use in today’s technologies. By leveraging non-classical heavy computations and algorithms beyond the capabilities of today’s supercomputers, quantum computing solves...
As Canada begins easing restrictions following the initial Covid outbreak, with the Bank of Canada recently announcing the long-term low benchmark rate, and relatively strong fundamentals, the Canadian commercial real estate market remains a solid investment.   Looking back to...
One of the most prestigious tournaments in golf is just two weeks away. Yes, the Masters’ Championship. The Masters’ is historically known as the only major tournament that is held on the same golf course, same city, and at...
Take a minute to imagine what it would be like as a university student or recent graduate to have the opportunity to start that side (or main) hustle you've always dreamed of — that small boutique company with massive scalable...
What do Afghanistan, The U.S Virgin Islands, and Canada have in common? In 2019, all three were named in a scathing report by the US State Department; a report on nations with the most rampant occurrences of money laundering....
Updated October 20th, 2020 Historically, conflicts in the past have arisen due to competition for resources. Land and oil are the most notable. Contemporary history heeds this as Iraq, Israel’s attempts at annexing the West Bank, and others. The violence that...