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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...
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...

Tesla, Your Next Car

Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ: TSLA) released their first car nearly 12 years ago, the Tesla Roadster. This was revolutionary technology for its time and had people around the globe flocking to their nearest Tesla dealership to witness...
Since the signing of the Berne convention in 1886, intellectual property laws have seen more standardizations across the globe. Recent trends in trade agreements, especially those involving the United States, have brought back the discussion...
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...
Irresponsible subprime lending by financial institutions, credit default swaps, and highly levered players contributed to the largest crisis to the financial system since the Great Depression. Confidence in banks and other financial service companies collapsed, and...
Being the former President of the United States has a degree of recognition and global acclaim associated with it that no other political posting in the world can reasonably claim to match. It was then an...
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...

The Sputnik Effect

In 1957, the Russians threw a two-foot diameter ball into outer-space and the world was forever changed. Sputnik was the first man-made object to conquer space and thus opened the potential for a virtually limitless...
Tesla is the future of Electric Vehicles, and Panasonic is providing the battery life. However, their strained relationship is affecting their overall objective and Panasonic has seen a 50% stock fall since January 2018. Will these cultural clashes be enough to end their relationship, or will they work together to better understand their differences?