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Alberta’s Top 10 ­Business Stories of 2014

Prentice rises, grain gets snared, gas flares and seven other top tales >

Alberta’s Business Person of the Year: ATB Financial’s Dave Mowat

He’s the face of the business, its biggest booster and its chief troubleshooter >

The Spotlight: Travel Alberta names new CEO, Good Earth Coffeehouse expands east, AltaLink recognized for corporate culture

Celebrating Alberta Business >

Some lawyers are challenging the partnership model and it’s changing everything

“I see law as a commodity. I have to fight for my clients, and I have to deliver good work, and I have to be a good lawyer and I have to earn their loyalty, just like McDonald’s earns their customers’ loyalty.” >

The Remote Future

More and more people are working from where they want and when they want >

Four of a Kind: Aboriginal Business in Alberta

Rather than service the oil and gas sector, these aboriginal businesses are blazing their own trails >

Northern Alberta Business Incubator honoured, TransGlobe Energy appoints new board members, Canadian Spirit Resources lands new president

The Spotlight: Celebrating Alberta Business >

The Engagement Ring: Business and aboriginal groups need to work together

Thanks to government’s retreat, business and aboriginal groups have to figure out how to engage with each other >

A Refreshing Difference: Big Rock’s Ed McNally is the 2000 Alberta Marketer of the Year

Alberta Venture bestows the designation of Marketer of the Year on an individual whose business philosophy and practice demonstrates his commitment to the role of marketing as an integral component of success. We are pleased to name Ed McNally, chairman and CEO, Big Rock Brewery, as the 2000 Alberta Marketer of the Year. >

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