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Venture 100 2011

Technological Fixes Have John Wright Optimistic About The Future Of PetroBakken and Petrobank

Expertise in horizontal wells and multi-stage hydraulic fraccing as well as a novel oil sands extraction technique bode well for the Calgary based company >

2010 was a quiet year for mergers and acquisitions. 2011 could be much busier

However Epcor, Canadian Tire, Agrium and ATCO were all busy in acquiring new assets >

Forzani Group and Canadian Team Up To Defend Their Market Share

As American retailers look to Alberta, two Canadian retail heavyweights plan for the future >

Why volunteering on a not-for-profit board might be the smartest thing you ever do

Want to be a leader? Start with this important first step >

The Suite Life: Learn More About Alberta’s Business Leaders

A pictorial approach to this province’s business community >

Analysis: Revenues Are Up For V100 Companies

Total revenue for the Venture 100 companies rose from $256 billion in 2009 to $330 billion in 2010, foreshadowing a bright – and busy – future >

Alter Egos: Mergers and Acquisitions Mean New Names on the V100

A handy guide for these new companies >

Meet The Overachievers On This Year’s V100 List

Canadian Energy Services and Technologies, Trican Well Service and Total Energy Services top the list >

Infographic: How Alberta’s Top Companies Have Done Over The Past Five Years

Alberta’s top companies didn’t get where they are by sitting still. Here’s how they’ve jockeyed for position over the last five years >

Exclusive Profile of Brad Shaw, the CEO of Shaw Communications

As Brad Shaw takes over the reins of the iconic company from his brother Jim, the Shaw empire braces itself for change – again >

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