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Apr 29, 2014

Why new B.C. law makes a will more important than ever

Anyone who owns a small or medium-sized business, regardless of age or stake in the company, should give some serious thought to succession planning. Why? Because you never know when you're going to be hit by a wayward bus. That metaphorical bus could kill you; or worse, could leave you physically or mentally incapacitated http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/small-business/sb-managing/succession-planning/legal-changes-to-wills-and-succession-planning-in-bc/article18300458/

Mar 20, 2014

What happens when a brand becomes too iconic

On Mar. 17, the CBC reported on an elderly British Columbia couple who needed to replace their roof and used Sears Home Services for the work. The trouble was, Sears Canada had sold its long-standing home services division to a third-party in 2012, and that third-party subsequently went into receivership, owing more than $8.9-million to nearly 600 suppliers and contractors in Canada http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/small-business/sb-growth/day-to-day/what-happens-when-a-brand-becomes-too-iconic/article17567049/

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