Current Issue

Current
Against a backdrop of ongoing global uncertainty, the first half of 2019 has seen positive dealmaking momentum as business leaders prepare their M&A, governance and innovation strategies for the rest of the year.
Past Issues
Change from regulators, courts and new technologies is forcing organizations to think and act quickly to stay competitive.
Geopolitical and economic uncertainty may pose some challenges, but there is still room for growth as technology continues its sweeping transformation of business and industry.
A new trade deal for North America, hostile M&A in the oil patch, and technology changing the rules of corporate governance: as 2018 rounds its final lap, we examine changes to business across sectors.
Active markets, changing rules, unpredictable international developments: more than ever, a winning cross-border strategy must be well-informed and fiercely agile.
Trade uncertainty, federal-provincial clashes and the #MeToo era of governance are just some of the influences steering the path forward for Canadian business.
Scope out market trends, important rulings and other developments that will loom large over long-term strategy.
New technology, new rules and investor satisfaction are just some of the pressure points facing business leaders this year.

Complex issues like activism and technology are bidding for your organization’s attention. Understanding them can help you stay focused in this active market.

Against the current backdrop of rapid economic and political change, the art of adaptation is more important for business than ever.

2016 was a year of new directions taken by companies, regulators and the marketplace—and the year ahead is primed to bear the impact of these changes.