MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Nov. 1, 2012) - George Media Inc. is pleased to announce the November issue of The Canadian Business Journal is now available online at http://www.cbj.ca/EMAG/2012/Nov/CBJ.php.
This edition takes a look at the federal Liberal leadership race, or lack thereof, and whether Justin Trudeau is going to be the party saviour or nothing but a celebrity dud.
Tremendous insight as to where various regions within the global economy will be heading in 2013 was gathered following our coverage of the International Economic Forum of the Americas - Toronto Forum, where a number of top-ranking business executives were on hand to give their viewpoint.
We have features on Canada Post and its transformation process in an effort to turn around the money-losing Crown corporation and there's a look at mergers & acquisitions: protection without protectionism.
Columnist Roy Green examines how bullying is taking the lives of Canadian children and Alex Carrick provides his take on what's happening south of the border.
There's also a section on Small Business, including stories on digital technology, governments assisting SMEs and how a number of baby boomers are making the decision to start up their own enterprises.
Social Media expert Melonie Dodaro asks the question: is social media a waste of time for your business? Find the answer to that and much more in this edition.
About The Canadian Business Journal
As the cornerstone publication of George Media Inc., The Canadian Business Journal is read by thousands of executives nationwide. CBJ offers readers a first-hand look at major industries such as: agriculture, automotive, communications, construction, education, energy, finance, food & beverage, healthcare, human resources, legal, manufacturing, natural resources, products & services, retail, sports & recreation, technology, transportation and much more through our comprehensive Business in Action profiles of many successful Canadian enterprises.
George Media Inc. is proud to promote Canadian business nationally and to the world. For more information, visit our website at www.cbj.ca.