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Shopify's rise part of Ottawa's tech revival
OTTAWA - Shopify Inc.'s successful stock-market debut is expected to reverberate well beyond the firm's Ottawa headquarters - and shine a spotlight on what some see as the second coming of the Canadian capital's tech sector.
Shopify's soaring stock encouraging for Canadian tech peers  The Globe and Mail
UPDATE 1-Hootsuite says could go public sooner after Shopify IPO success  Reuters
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Sprint hires Kevin Crull as chief marketing officer
Kevin Crull, who previously served as president and CEO of Bell Media, has been named chief marketing officer (CMO) at Sprint. In this role, he will be tasked with attracting new customers and advancing the company's push for more innovation.
Ex-Bell Media head Kevin Crull named to top marketing job at Sprint  CBC.ca
Sprint hires former Bell Media president Kevin Crull to head marketing  Financial Post
Merkel disses Greek PM's attempt to cut a deal
Greece's Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras Thursday gatecrashed a meeting on E.U. policy in eastern Europe in the hope that it would be easier to wring concessions out of a small number of key decision-makers rather than the massed ranks of his creditors.
Greek PM Tsipras says optimistic can reach deal with creditors soon  Reuters
'Lot left to be done' says Merkel of Greece bailout talks  CTV News
Best Buy: Should You Buy The Rally? (BBY)
Disclosure: The author is long BBY, JCP. (More...)The author wrote this article themselves, and it expresses their own opinions. The author is not receiving compensation for it (other than from Seeking Alpha).
Best Buy profit beats on strong demand for TVs, smartphones  Rapid News Network
UPDATE 2-Best Buy profit beats on strong demand for TVs, smartphones  Reuters
Premarket: Stocks get that Friday feeling as stimulus trumps growth concern
Global stocks rose and bond yields fell on Friday, as investors shrugged off slowing global growth and focused instead on the continued stimulus provided by the world's major central banks.
GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks get that Friday feeling as stimulus trumps growth ...  Reuters UK
MarketsEuro strengthens ahead of Yellen, Draghi speeches  Financial Times
Vancouver developer says rezoning is answer to unaffordable housing
The white-hot debate over Vancouver's sky-high housing costs will be cranked up a notch on Friday when the city's major condo marketer urges local politicians and neighbourhood groups to allow single-family houses to be torn down and replaced with ...
Vancouver ahead of target for rental housing  Vancouver Sun
Vancouver pledges new incentives for more family housing in new rental buildings  CKNW News Talk 980
Vancouver home prices could trigger labour shortage: report
Stagnating wages and soaring real estate could trigger an exodus of millennials from Metro Vancouver, according to a new report sounding the alarm about a potentially looming labour crisis.
Vancouver's high real estate costs could cause a labour crisis: Report  Globalnews.ca
Vancouver housing prices will drive out high-demand occupations: report  Financial Post
Alberta economy is not as bad as oil makes it seem
As of March, Alberta led the country with the biggest increase in people receiving Employment Insurance Benefits, reaching a total of 38,800 beneficiaries.
Sask. recipients, claims rise in March  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Risk from Canada's oil sands reputation is as challenging as costs  WorldOil (subscription)
Precarious work is now the new norm, United Way report says
Diana Mavunduse has landed a full time position, with benefits and union representation, at a downtown community agency, Dixon Hall Neighbourhood Services.
Precarious employment still rising in Toronto and Hamilton  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Number of Hamilton workers in stable, full-time jobs drops  CBC.ca
McMeekin refutes Horwath on Hydro One
Hamilton Liberal cabinet minister Ted McMeekin is strongly refuting Andrea Horwath's charge that he and his party were dishonest with voters and sold them "a bill of goods" by not mentioning the sale of Hydro One during the 2014 election campaign.
Hydro One fire sale a mistake  Toronto Sun
Kathleen Wynne's failure of nerve  Toronto Star