Category: Business

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Which retailers have taken the hardest financial hits from COVID-19?

Lost sales, burned cash, new debt — even healthy retailers have become more vulnerable after eating into their financial cushions.

Atradius, Business, Canada, Front Page

Atradius: Weathering the Oil Price Plunge

The oil price has plummeted since the beginning of 2020 as the coronavirus is negatively affecting demand, while oil producers

Business, Canada, Front Page

RIAC Members and EDC to Support Canadian Businesses Through COVID-19

Ottawa, ON – March 30, 2020 – The Receivables Insurance Association of Canada (RIAC) is pleased to announce that RIAC members,

Atradius, Business, Front Page, RIAC

Coronavirus: an unwelcome guest at a bad time

The coronavirus outbreak arrives at a time when global growth is already expected to slow and negatively impacts growth and

Business, Coface, Front Page, Going Global

Global Risk Sector Assessment Map

Coface Sector Risk Assessments – Q3 2019 13 major sectors assessed worldwide and 5 financial indicators are taken into account:

Business, Canada, Front Page

7 simple ways to make better business decisions

Bring your top staff together to brainstorm opportunities. Narrow your options down to a manageable list. Create a business plan for each

Business, Canada, Front Page

What Could Cause Canada’s Next Recession?

First, an important disclaimer: We’re not expecting Canada to enter a recession anytime soon. On the contrary, Canada’s economy should

AIG Insurance, Business, Front Page

Cyber: A threat without borders

Cyber: A threat without borders Most cyber attacks are multinational and show little regard for borders. As a result, cyber

Business, Euler Hermes, Front Page

The North Report – 2019 & 2020

Despite some bumps along the way, 2019 was a solid year all around for the economy, for business, for the

Business, EDC, Front Page

4 tools to help size up your global competition

Original Article When I tell people I work at MaRS, I usually get a doubletake—unless, I’m talking to someone with an