Chocolatier fears Easter bunny sales may freeze like pipes

March 22nd, 2014 → 5:30 pm @

Winnipeg's frozen pipes crisis has a local business owner fearing the freeze-up may affect her sales as she prepares for a busy holiday.


Edmonton bitcoin dealer unfazed by security woes

March 6th, 2014 → 8:34 pm @

A local business owner says he's not discouraged by the recent shutdown of Flexcoin, a bitcoin bank in Edmonton.


Digitizing a business key to understanding customer behavior

August 27th, 2013 → 4:24 pm @

Even if statistics point out that 55 percent of service-oriented businesses fail after four years, Caloy Ang of Suds Laundry and Dry Cleaning believes that the right computer software can help a newbie business owner lick those odds.


Surveillance stepped up on Saskatoon chapter of Hells Angels

August 26th, 2013 → 4:02 pm @

Police are keeping a close eye on the Hells Angels after a dispute with a local business owner went public.


Losing Argentia ferry means losing tourists, business owner says

August 3rd, 2013 → 1:43 pm @

Local business owners are concerned about what impact the loss of the Argentia ferry will have on their industry after Marine Atlantic made the decision to move the MV Atlantic Vision to service the Port aux Basques run for at least two weeks.


Council sells village building to local business owner

July 13th, 2013 → 2:14 am @

John Colucci has proposed a land contract sale of the village offices, which was accepted at the meeting. Colucci will be moving his family upstairs from Fenton.


Mud volleyball tourney benefits veterans

July 9th, 2013 → 5:01 pm @

A local business owner is hoping that area residents are willing to get down and dirty to help local homeless military veterans.


West Stockbridge’s main street fills out with new businesses

July 9th, 2013 → 7:05 am @

A number of new downtown businesses along Main Street have longtime local business owner Joe Roy recalling the Gordon Rose days.


Local business owner talks Obamacare mandate

July 3rd, 2013 → 9:30 pm @

In business, as in life, it’s always good to stay ahead of the curve, even when that tricky curve takes an unexpected detour in the form of a one year delay in the implementation of a major requirement of the Affordable Healthcare Act. For Memphis publ…


Cuts to police personnel concerns local business owner

July 1st, 2013 → 3:11 pm @

A Millington business owner is upset now that city leaders voted to lay off several employees. An inspector, three patrolmen, and a dispatcher will lose their jobs in an attempt to balance the city’s budget.