Andrew Oland, president and CEO of Moosehead Breweries, Canada's largest independent brewery, joins BNN to talk about the company's evolution and the changing beer industry.
Canada’s Wonderland poised for 'something interesting' amid hints of new hotel
“Canada’s Wonderland is going to get something interesting coming up,” Cedar Fair CEO Matt Ouimet told BNN in an exclusive interview Thursday. “Toronto is one of our most important markets.”
'The Uber of swim lessons': AquaMobile backstrokes into Australia
Canadian tech startup AquaMobile, the "Uber of swim lessons," is set to launch in Australia in a bid to fight seasonality. CEO Diana Goodwin explains the move to BNN's Paige Ellis.
Canada's Next Leaders: Think Research CEO Sachin Aggarwal
From the moment a new medical breakthrough is found it can take 10 years or longer before it reaches a patient's bedside according to Canada Top 40 under 40 winner Sachin Aggarwal. He's CEO Think Research, which creates cloud-based software tools for physicians - and he's aiming to close that gap.
Vic Neufeld, CEO of Aphria joins BNN for a look at the company's earnings. He also talks about the Aphria's timeline as the legalization of recreational marijuana approaches.
BoC rate raise comes as heated housing markets cool: Royal LePage
On the heels of the Bank of Canada rate bump, the real estate industry is calling for a delay to proposed new mortgage rules. Phil Soper, president and CEO at Royal LePage discusses how the rate bump, along with other measures, are likely to keep cooling heated housing markets.
Canadian enterprise software company OpenText is making its big move into artificial intelligence with its new Magellan platform. BNN's Jon Erlichman speaks to Mark Barrenechea, CEO of OpenText about how the platform will compete with IBM's Watson.
Canada's Next Leaders: SkipTheDishes CEO Joshua Simair
Joshua Simair, CEO and co-founder of food ordering app SkipTheDishes, joins BNN to discuss his experience launching a thriving startup in the prairies. Simair was named one of Canada's Top 40 Under 40 for 2017.
TECSYS shares up 53% in 2017 amid omnichannel revolution
Peter Brereton, CEO of TECSYS, joins BNN for a look at how the Montreal-based supply chain management company is bulking up as more companies outside of traditional retail — expands further into the omnichanel world.