Sunday , 24 September 2017

Category: BUSINESS

Woman seeking VCs for breast pump startup encounters man-sized wall

By Emily Chang - Bloomberg,Ellen Huet Despite great feedback from mothers on device, investors are reluctant to take on a product they can't relate to. ...Read the news Source:: T ...

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Why High Park Ave. may be Toronto’s ideal street

By Tess Kalinowski - Real Estate Reporter The “missing middle” is the kind of housing the GTA will need if it's to make the region's prizes neighbourhoods vital and accessible to ...

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'Trump has scared the bejesus out of everyone': How Canada could win the Amazon sweepstakes

By Paul Haavardsrud Amazon's picking Canada for its coveted second headquarters is more than just wishful thinking. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Business ...

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Pickleball, anyone? A planned retirement village for active boomers

By Dianne Buckner A new type of retirement community is under development outside Hamilton. It will offer daily entertainment and sports, because the developer believes active, af ...

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Tech startups making waves with self-driving boats

By Joshua Brustein - Bloomberg Sea Machines Robotics Inc. is developing computer systems to make work boats either remote-controllable or autonomous. ...Read the news Source:: The ...

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U.S. to demand higher American auto content in NAFTA talks, Ross warns

By ROBERT FIFE, STEVEN CHASE, GREG KEENAN and ADRIAN MORROW Ex-Trump adviser says Washington is looking for major concessions from Canada, Mexico at bargaining table or it will qu ...

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ETF providers race to launch Canada’s first bitcoin funds

By CLARE O’HARA Evolve Funds Group Inc. and Horizons ETFs Management are looking to offer a product that could expose investors to risks that are not widely understood ...Read the ...

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Why Bell is spending billions to run fibre-optic cable directly to your home

By CHRISTINE DOBBY As it races to keep up with rivals' faster Internet speeds in an increasingly tense turf war, BCE-owned Bell is building out its network of the future with fibr ...

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Big Tobacco looks for its fix with new technology shift

By TIM SHUFELT As vaporizers and e-cigarettes disrupt the industry, Philip Morris CEO Andre Calantzopoulos looks to adopt new technologies ...Read the news Source:: The globe and ...

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In Florence, Theresa May preaches to the never-converted on Brexit

By ERIC REGULY While Brexit hasn't happened yet, there is a sense that Britain's exodus won't do irreparable harm to the euro zone or the wider EU ...Read the news Source:: The gl ...

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