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Equity crowdfunding allows startups and small businesses to sell securities such as shares and limited partnership units that represent ownership of the company. This is a lot different from your... more
We live in an age of sharing. Things we didn’t share at all before, such as what we ate for lunch, now plaster every virtual wall on the Internet. There isn’t anything inherently wrong... more
In 2012, Vancouver-born Eric Migicovsky took to Kickstarter to raise money for his Pebble smart watch. By the time the campaign ended, 68,929 people had pledged a combined $10,266,845. What... more
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is due to retire next year after 13 years at the helm of one of the world’s most prominent technology companies. He has been a polarizing and often-mocked figure... more
In March Facebook announced plans to set up shop in Vancouver. The world’s largest social network sought up to 150 staff, mostly software-engineer graduates, to work at its new office, which... more
BCBusiness released their rankings yesterday about which companies are the best to work for in the province. The rankings for “B.C.’s Best Companies, Circa 2010,” were broken... more
After last year’s spectacular failure in finding representatives for influential Vancouver social media users, BC Business is turning the nomination process for this year’s Innovators... more