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Fashioned after US model
From Amazon to Zipcar, many successful U.S. startups have launched their services in Canada, but there are as many more that don't ship north of the border, or aren't available here due to licensing constraints - music service Pandora, for example ...
These employers back Green Team initiatives
Information Services Corp., Regina. Title abstract and settlement offices; 322 employees. Each board member is equipped with a �Board Book,� a smart tablet which has access to all board materials electronically, significantly reducing the amount of ...
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US company plans billion-dollar expansion of Trans Mountain pipeline
Stephen Harper's ambition to feed Canadian resources to customers in Asia is going to hit a thunderous clash of opposition in Vancouver after a major U.S.
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Iamgold acquires Trelawney Mining in $608-million deal
Toronto-based Iamgold is offering $3.30 a share for Trelawney Mining and Exploration Inc. , which gives it control of a large gold deposit practically in its backyard, thousands of kilometres from Iamgold's key producing assets in South America and Africa.
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Couche-Tard takes a European gamble
Convenience store giant Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. has delivered the blockbuster deal that investors have been anticipating for the better part of a decade.
Couche-Tard enters Europe with $2.8B Norway buy  Financial Post (blog)
Statoil Sells Petrol Stations  The Nordic Page
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Apple's rollercoaster April continues to confound investors
In the two weeks leading up to Apple's earnings announcement, however, the stock had taken a beating, losing more than 10 per cent of its value as some investors worried the company could simply not maintain its meteoric trajectory and satisfy lofty ...
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IBM profit beats estimates as demand for software services grows
... demand for its software services and growth in emerging markets. The company said on Tuesday that revenue was flat at US$24.7-billion compared with the previous year and net earnings were up 7% at US$3.1-billion in the first three months of the year.
IBM Raises Forecast After Net Rises; Sales Miss  BusinessWeek
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Walking the tightrope doesn't mean leaving key staff without a safety net
Just because your fast-growing company is constantly innovating, evolving, pitching and winning new business doesn't mean your top performers should be so overwhelmed with work that achieving key performance objectives becomes impossible.
The Keystone XL delay was a gift to Canada
Vladimir Putin spent much of 2008 in a dispute with Ukraine over the price of natural gas supplied by Gazprom, the state-owned Russian energy company. Negotiations culminated in early 2009, when, in a moment of brinkmanship, Mr. Putin briefly cut off ...
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NDP returns $5000 donation from TransAlta Corp.
Alberta's NDP have typically been underdogs - with fewer MLAs, modest hopes on election day and a campaign warchest substantially smaller than other parties.
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