It’s tax season for all of us, and some of us are feeling the heat. If you’re someone who typically falls behind on your taxes, this is a great article to help you keep up to date. Note especially the links to handy organizational software and online extension services.
If you’re thinking of starting a company, you’re going to find yourself pitching some investors at one point or another. This review of entrepreneur Brian Cohen’s new book identifies some of the ways to get smart funding for a billion-dollar idea.
This week we saw the passing of former British PM and sharp opponent of socialist policy Margaret Thatcher. One of the most quote worthy politicians in recent memory, the ‘Iron Lady’ certainly has some memorable treatises on the power of personal capital and the freedoms implied by a strong work ethic and a code of self-reliance.
Toronto Life’s annual breakdown of the best and brightest of Toronto does not disappoint this year: from Drake to Margaret Atwood, from Mark Carney to Jose Bautista, there is something to be learned from the undeniable drive and passion of these celebrated Torontonians.
The Walrus looks at a curious trend in Africa with direct ties to the Canadian electronics market. We wonder how the arrival of the new Z10 will play into the story of these ‘BlackBerry Babes’.
We are saturated with endless advice on ways to improve productivity or gain a competitive edge–refreshingly, this list gives some simple tips on ways to achieve the above without sacrificing happiness to get there.
If you’re a young company looking for a leg up into the world of government funding, this is a great place to get started.
This insightful piece from Forbes is an inspirational and practical read for anyone getting started in the entrepreneurial world.
Given the extent to which app sales are driving tech markets these days, this advice couldn’t be more relevant. Thinking of putting together an app for a client? For your own business? This is worth a look.
“New research shows that intelligence is not fixed–and therefore can be strengthened. Here’s how to put those findings to use.