We're Mad as Hell

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The View | February 1999

In the 1976 film Network, Albert Finney gave a riveting performance as a TV anchorman who blew a gasket and began to deliver angry tirades on his nightly news show. His...

Stealing a Fortune

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The View | August 1998

It is not too much of a stretch to say that the biggest change in management behaviour over the past 20 years has been the transformation of senior managers from stewards...

A Capitalist Hotbed

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The View | May 1998

One Canadian province has led all others in small- and mid-cap stock market performance over the past two years. Two of the three top performing Canadian small-cap mutual funds over...

The Sun Also Rises

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The View | March 1998

At the end of 1989, Japan was flying high. Its economic model was considered by many to be the best in the world. Under the benign and extraordinarily competent direction of...

Selling the Downside

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The View | November 1997

It is welcome news that the Canadian government has almost eliminated its deficit, but now we must deal with the very high debts that have been built up over the...

Great Investors

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The View | July 1997

One of the main purposes of The View from Burgundy is to inform our readers of sound investment practices that we think enhance the possibility of long-term success. One of...

Performance Killers

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The View | February 1997

The 1990s have been among the best years in history for investors in the capital markets. Yet we know many intelligent people with money to invest who have done much...

The Crying Game

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The View | December 1996

Readers of The View from Burgundy are aware that capital allocation is one of the issues we constantly refer back to in our analysis of companies. The one thing above...

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