What do you gain by lying?

The short answer to the question is: nothing—and besides, you will lose a lot. I have written about honesty before, but a comment from...

Government fails at its job: Nationalization of Trans Mountain pipeline

The Canadian (yes, Canadian, not Venezuelan …) government has just nationalized the yet-to-be-completed Trans Mountain oil pipeline expansion (TMX) by buying its assets from...

Why businesspeople need moral principles

I recently received feedback from the students in my MBA business ethics course earlier this year. While a number of them were enthusiastic in...

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—Doug Arends, Chairman, Canadian Bank Note Company Ltd.

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Why avoiding taxes is moral

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