December Issue of The Canadian Business Journal Now Online
Our cover story this month takes a personal look at the life of Joseph Mancinelli, the man who leads LiUNA, Canada's largest building trade union. He's an incredibly accomplished individual, whose ascension to the top via his many enterprise achievements have garnered him numerous accolades in the business community. Earlier this summer he joined actor Joe Mantegna, musician Gino Vannelli and political cartoonist Andy Donato who were each honoured with stars on the Italian Walk of Fame in Toronto.
Economics expert Tina Kremmidas provides our readers with an in-depth expert's view on the global economic outlook for 2015 as it appears to be hovering somewhere in between growth and stagnation. The price of oil alone will largely determine world economics.
Peter C. Diamond informs us about the warning signs for people whose careers are in distress. Similarly, Owen Shapiro tells us about five revolutions that will shape the future of marketing while Mark Borkowski discusses the interesting idea of having a National Salesperson Month.
As always, we have columns from our other regular contributors Joe Connelly and Melonie Dodaro and insightful Business in Action profiles on successful enterprises, including LiUNA, Canada's largest building trade union and an interview with TekSavvy CEO Marc Gaudrault who updates us on the popular Internet Service Provider and some initiatives they have in store for their customers. There's all of that and much more in this edition.
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