Business

A change in the game

A keynote speech from Toronto Blue Jays general manager Alex Anthopoulos was merely the tip of the iceberg at this year’s Queen’s Sports Industry Conference (QSIC).Continue...

Inside the war room

Hunkered down in a Goodes Hall breakout room, the Houston Rockets have $21 million to spend.Continue...

Conference audibles

Like the star athletes they want to work alongside, Russell Reeves and Vaanan Thiru are game changers.Continue...

The social market

To create a relatable rapport with customers, business can take the leap to social media.Continue...

Tourism traps downtown Kingston

The recent closure of downtown staple retailers such as the Empire Theatre and Indigo have brought issues about the area’s urban design to the attention of many — yet this isn’t a new problem for the community.Continue...

Shear competition down the block

Kingston’s barbers are the last of a dying breed.Continue...

The spirit of entrepreneurship at Queen's

Many successful businesses have started out of Queen’s. From Iris Technologies creating an LCD computer for people suffering from concussions to Red Gold of Afghanistan selling saffron to help women in Afghanistan, Queen’s has created and supported many student entrepreneurs.Continue...

Not every hobby needs to be a side hustle

Since the start of the pandemic, many have had more flexibility built into their schedules to pursue new or existing interests.Continue...

The Lazy Economist: What's the United States' beef with Canadian dairy?

President Trump seems to have a “huge” problem with Canadian dairy—as if there's anything to hate about cheese and ice cream.Continue...

Latest novel by Queen’s Alum falls short of expectations

Mysterious plane crashes, doppelgängers, and shady business transactions are a perfect recipe for a science-fiction classic, but Timothy Taylor’s latest novel misses the mark.Continue...

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