Dene Moore

50 B.C. innovations to watch

Dene Moore sums up all 50 innovations across a wide range of industries such as technology, financial services, education, resources, clean tech and consumer products. It’s a collection of eclectic,...

Women in Business: Making it happen

Phoebe Yong, founder and president, Magnolia Marketing Communications ■ After completing an undergraduate degree in communications and an MBA in marketing, Yong got her start doing sales and...

Girl code

The world’s first computer programmer was a woman. Ada Lovelace’s work on the never-realized Analytical Engine more than 170 years ago laid the groundwork for the technological revolution to come....

How to make a leader

"Once, power was considered a masculine attribute. In fact, power has no sex." When Katharine Meyer Graham said it, it was aspirational. It’s been four decades since Graham became the first female...

Data shapes Canucks strategy on and off the ice

When Jonathan Wall joined the Vancouver Canucks organization 18 years and many management hats ago, one of his jobs was to mark videotape recorded during the games to identify scoring chances and...

Vancouver looking to cash in on home-field advantage

The winner of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, if you were to ask an accountant, was Canada. The U.S. team may have left with the gold medals, but the international soccer tournament left about $89...

Dangerous dames

Maja Aro has been shot, blown up, beaten and hung out of a helicopter. She’s been thrown off buildings, stabbed and dragged behind a horse. She’d like to crash a speeding car off a ramp. That’s high...