Canadian CEOs are missing the boat when it comes to R&D and innovation plans for everyhting from new products and services to finding cost reductions in existing practices, according to a global survey by PwC.
It may be the slowest quarter in 10 years for mergers and acquisitions, but Canadian deals are up from Q4 of 2011 with transactions worth $48.7 billion, says a PwC Canada report.
A PwC report says shrinking supplies of critical metals and minerals could seriously affect seven key industrial sectors over the next five years.
Canadian manufacturers have started the year feeling confident about their prospects, according to a PwC study.
A new PwC report says manufacturers have a positive outlook for hiring in 2012, but continue to struggle to find the right people for the job
The threat of a global economic slump hasn’t cooled the confidence of Canadian private companies, according to global consulting company PwC’s insights survey; in fact, they’re hotter than ever for growth and expansion.
The global demand for wood fibre will escalate as the development of biomaterials evolves and that’s going to lead to supply shortages and fierce competition for fibre, says a PricewaterhouseCoopers report.
Report suggests too many of Canada’s private companies don’t have don’t follow solid corporate social responsibility policies
More Canadian business owners opting to sell over passing along, PwC survey says.
HALIFAX: There’s no escaping taxation, no matter where your business is located, but how much you pay varies by province, according the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC). The consultancy has released its annual Tax Facts and Figures report. Here are some highlights of…