Social enterprises and the rise of the new capitalism

Social enterprises think through the social, environmental and personal impacts of everything they do

Social enterprises and the rise of the new capitalismSocial enterprises and the rise of the new capitalism FREE to subscribers EDMONTON, AB, Apr 7, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Companies are changing. They are coming to recognize that the future requires them to develop a different business model – one that focuses on multiple bottom lines, not just profit. Companies which relentlessly focus on…

Something’s wrong with capitalism

The most successful economies today are also the most indebted

Something’s wrong with capitalismPurchase Something’s wrong with capitalism EDMONTON, AB, Feb 16, 2015/ Troy Media/ - Is it just me, or does the fabric of global capitalism seems to be unraveling? It seems the sovereign debt dragon was just sleeping and has now roared out of it’s den once again and is starting to snort fire all the…

“Capitalism” saved the world

Any attempt to equate capitalism and communism is wrong-headed

“Capitalism” saved the worldDownload "Capitalism" saved the world CALGARY, TORONTO OUT CALGARY, AB, Feb 10, 2015/ Troy Media/ - In a recent column from a Toronto journalist on communism and capitalism, the writer made an astonishing claim: While “millions have been the tragic victims of communism,” Roy MacGregor wrote, “that number pales, surely, in comparison with the victims…

Capitalism’s fatal flaw

Economist Thomas Piketty's conclusions on inequality are blowing apart the ideological pillars of modern capitalism

Capitalism’s fatal flawEDMONTON, AB, May 5, 2014/ Troy Media/ - You know you’re a famous economist when you’re being compared to legends like Adam Smith, Karl Marx and John Maynard Keynes. Thomas Piketty’s new book Capital in the Twenty-First Century has stunned the science of economics by demonstrating that rising (wealth) inequality is structural, built-in to the…
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