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Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers to acquire AssetNation
Auctioneers (NYSE and TSX: RBA), the world's largest industrial auctioneer, today announced that it has agreed to acquire AssetNation, Inc., a leading online marketplace and solutions provider for surplus and salvage assets.
AssetNation sold to Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers for $64M
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers Inc. (NYSE: RBA), a Vancouver-based industrial auctioneer, said Wednesday it has purchased AssetNation Inc., a Houston-based online marketplace for salvage assets and equipment, for $64 million.
"Speed-interning" initiative ends in job for MRU grad
In the past year, Maeghan Smulders, a Mount Royal University graduate, made a name for herself internationally in her quest to find the right job and career option.
Windsor's Siliken shuts down
The exterior of the Siliken plant in Windsor, Ont. is seen on May 1, 2012. The company has announced it is closing its Windsor operations, laying off all its remaining employees at the facility on St. Etienne Drive.
New Calgary condo project announced in style
There's no question there has been a resurgence of interest in Calgary's new condo market these days as developments are springing up and being launched.
Street of Dreams luxury lifestyle event returns to Calgary
The Street of Dreams event taking place at Willow Creek at Bearspaw is an exhibition of luxury homes built by four of Calgary's premier builders.
May MLS sales in Calgary up substantially
It's been a good spring so far for the local real estate industry with sales moving ahead of last year's pace at a good clip.
When will you be mortgage-free?
A poll conducted by Harris-Decima reveals that on average Canadians currently holding a mortgage believe they will be 55 years of age by the time their mortgage is paid off.
Old Master (criminals): Kray brothers' artwork set to fetch �20k at auction
It seems like daylight robbery, but these child-like drawings are part of a collection set to sell for �20,000 next week. But you would have thought twice about saying so as the wobbly paintings were the work of the violent Kray twins who ruled London ...
Rare 'backwards' Beatles Abbey Road photograph that dispelled 43 years of ...
A rare photograph of the Beatles that disproves a conspiracy theory about Sir Paul McCartney's 'death' has sold for �20,000 at auction. The photo shows the band walking in the 'wrong' direction across the famous Abbey Road zebra crossing - and more ...