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Enbridge has a best friend in Ottawa
“It was generally considered to be dull, boring and well below the radar screen,” says Daniel, the chief executive of Calgary's Enbridge Inc., now the country's largest transporter of crude oil. “It provided an essential service to society and was ...
Use your phone to talk to your house
Lowe's has teamed up with U.K.-based monitoring-tech company AlertMe for some home improvement designed to take your house into the future (or at least help you save on your energy bill).
Hotmail relaunched as Outlook with new design, Facebook integration
Microsoft Corp. unveiled a revamped, Facebook-friendly version of its free, online e-mail service Tuesday in an attempt to reverse market share losses to Google Inc.'s fast-growing Gmail. The world's largest software company is renaming its Hotmail ...
Growing 'exempt market' draws scrutiny of securities regulators
The exempt market has grown enormously, with $86.5-billion raised in Ontario alone in 2011, up from $78.6-billion the year before, with observers blaming the tightening of the credit markets for pushing small companies to seek other sources of funding.
Deep Roots in Staten Island's West Brighton
Shopping: A diverse selection of shops line both Forest and Castleton avenues, including Mandolin Brothers, a specialty guitar shop, and Pastosa Ravioli, a popular food store specializing in Italian items.
Diem Brown Blogs: My Health Insurance Headache
I have had my own personal health insurance for six years because I was too afraid of taking my employer's health insurance, knowing that if I got fired that no insurance company would then pick me up. But now, thanks to this bill, I don't need to have ...
Stress indicator: Why the bond market is the new fear index
Forget the Fear Index. Investors looking for an indicator of stock market stress should turn their eyes to the bond market. The CBOE Volatility Index , or VIX, has long been a widely followed barometer of anxiety among equity traders.
Stores Bulk Up on Appliances
Stocking up on $7,000 refrigerators and $1,200 washing machines might seem like a sucker's bet given the overall headwinds facing the appliance market, which actually sank 5.1% last year to $19.1 billion, according to NPD Group Inc., as the housing ...
Drone-maker Parrot invests $7.5 million in two EPFL spin-offs, sets sights ...
Switzerland's EPFL has managed to catch our attention with its various UAV-related activities, and it looks like it's also been the radar of Parrot, maker of the AR.
After one year, Office 365 success unclear
A mixture of intense excitement and skepticism followed the launch a year ago of Office 365, as backers and critics debated whether the cloud collaboration, productivity and communication suite would succeed.