Sears Canada announced on March 12 that it will carry the “Alright, Alright, Alright” T-shirt based on Matthew McConaughey’s awards show catchphrase as part of its continued deal with his JKL clothing line. “We couldn’t be happier for Matthew McConaughey […]
If you do not know who Chris Brogan is, then I’d suspect you’re not quite as “pluggedin” to the online marketing world as you could b…
OTTAWA — Canada’s free-trade deal with South Korea will have major long-term economic implications for Canada — but it could also solidify the prime minister’s legacy heading into the 2015 election, and stem criticism the Conservatives are big talkers and […]
Chris Sorensen explains why things cost more
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Once again, one has to parse the data to get the real story.
Probe investigates allegations of an anti-competitive agreement among construction firms
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On Twitter, you follow the every move of people who don’t know you exist. On Facebook, you keep to your own crowd, seeking social validation while dodging wannabe friends. And on Instagram, you’re reminded of all the fabulous parties to […]
SEOUL, South Korea – Prime Minister Stephen Harper is touting a free-trade deal with South Korea as a major boost for Canadian exporters looking for a toehold into the lucrative Asian marketplace. The announcement puts an end to nearly a […]
As British parliamentarians warn the Bank of England that fossil fuels may be overvalued, we should all take heed.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – McDonald’s is fighting to hold onto customers amid intensifying competition. On Monday, the world’s biggest hamburger chain said an important sales figure fell again in the U.S. The company blamed bad winter weather in part, but … Continue Reading
On March 5 over 130 people gathered at TwelvEighty Pub at McMaster University to hear 12 innovators pitch their business ideas at Inno…9 Zoom(s)
One of the more interesting bits of information that has come in my way recently is a report from UBS about investors and generations….8 Zoom(s)
Any employee with an Internet connection now has the power to share confidential information—and the law is catching up
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Railways will have to ship a minimum of one million tonnes of grain each week to address backlog
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Not everything in each of the books is something I agree with, but there are nuggets that changed my thinking in each of the following…10 Zoom(s)
Thanks to expected improvements to the Canadian economy the Canadian dollar is heading mostly higher today.9 Zoom(s)
Here are 5 reasons handwritten notes remain unique and important.8 Zoom(s)
American Express Canada launches new credit card with 2% cash back rebate…8 Zoom(s)
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne’s surprise decision to make a billion-dollar investment in Ontario’s…
Yes…it’s been a bit longer than I expected, but our local funding site, www.fundhamont.com now has it’s first ever community based Cam…
Canadian dollar is mostly lower today, drifting a bit as Forex traders consider their next moves.11 Zoom(s)
So the latest news from Google – well, from Matt Cutts who’s the head of the Google Spam Team, is that there is a brand new Google for…13 Zoom(s)
Peter Mansbridge, chief correspondent of CBC News, has responded to criticism that his paid speeches to industry groups constitute a conflict of interest, writing in a blog post Thursday that in addition to being a public broadcaster, he is “entitled […]
The legendary antacid whose name was defined as a better spelling for “relief” has returned to Canadian retailers after more than three years, announced its new owner on Thursday, along with the results of a survey designed to promote the […]
There’s no doubt that LinkedIn is a powerful tool and it’s users swear by it but now it’s gotten bigger by allowing all users to pu…13 Zoom(s)
A condensed version of Justin Trudeau’s speech to the Liberal convention last Saturday might read as follows: “We want to give middle-class Canadians who work hard a real chance at success, through a growth agenda that creates good jobs so […]
This morning I had the opportunity to see Kevin O’Leary speak at the Toronto Board of Trade. Topic: “DNA of a Successful Business.”…
TORONTO — Sears Canada Inc. reports it had a $373.7 million net profit in for the quarter ended Feb. 1. That was up from $39.9 million a year earlier, but the increase was largely related to gains from unusual items […]
I woke up this morning to a problem. I could not send or receive emails from my smart phone. It seems that they were wiped out over …10 Zoom(s)
According to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), persons who suffer from Celiac Disease (gluten intolerance), are entitled to claim the i…7 Zoom(s)
Canadian dollar is heading higher against its major counterparts today, following the latest inflation report.7 Zoom(s)
Though the ideal age to marry has long been debated, a study published Tuesday finds it’s the number on your paycheque – not your birth certificate – that better predicts the likelihood of being hitched. According to the Institute of […]
The opening of 500 new Tim Hortons locations across Canada was the biggest news announced by the company on Tuesday as it held its annual investor conference featuring chief executive Marc Caira, who took on the job last July. An […]
By Candice Choi OAK BROOK, Ill. — McDonald’s is in the early stages of looking at whether it can make breakfast available later in the day. Fans of the Egg McMuffin and Sausage Biscuit have long wanted the option to […]
BARCELONA, Spain — BlackBerry Ltd says it will make its BBM text messaging system available to two more types of smartphones, those running the Windows operating system and the Nokia X platform. The company said Monday at a trade conference […]
By Dean Beeby OTTAWA — Canada’s middle-class is mortgaging its future to stay afloat, making the Canadian dream “a myth more than a reality.” That’s the blunt assessment of an internal Conservative government report, an unvarnished account of the plight […]
The most prominent Sears location in Canada closed its doors forever on Sunday at the Toronto Eaton Centre after a 37-year run under two (or three) different names. Basically, the only thing left for sale were the fixtures, with the […]