The annual Branham300, which lists the top Canadian information and communication technology firms, shows Waterloo-based smartphone maker as number one for 2013, where it has been for five years.read more
The pay gap between regular employees and chief executives continues to widen.
According to a report released recently by the AFL-CIO, a federation of trade unions, CEOs of companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index earned an average of nearly $12 million in 2013, compared with barely $35,000 for the average production and nonsupervisory worker.read more
Tech execs in Canada are hungry for top spot, a new survey has revealed.read more
The British Columbia Securities Commission (BCSC) issued a notice dated March 20 requesting comments on whether the BCSC should consider adopting an exemption which would allow equity financings of small amounts raised from many individuals (as a form of crowdfunding) through online portals to be exempt from the prospectus requirements.read more
80% of Canadians say they’ve seen a rise in entrepreneurship over the past five year.read more
Canadian companies have a leading edge over other countries when it comes to the adoption of mobile technology, according to a new study.
However, an increase in senior executive sponsorship is required to enable Canadian companies to become major disruptors among their competitors, the Accenture Mobility Insights Report 2014 found.read more
Revenues from high-tech companies in BC rose 3.5% to more than $23 billion in 2012.read more
From mobile to social, the rapid adoption of digital technologies, devices and services by consumers is reshaping our entire economy. This digital tsunami is transforming multiple industries and ultimately creating a new order—and it’s happening faster than ever.read more
Canadians are spending less time on their personal computers—but as multiple devices infiltrate their lives, they're still spending more time than ever online and in front of screens.read more
Lack of physical activity is associated with a range of diseases from diabetes to heart attacks, but it now turns out that young men who have experienced depression early in life may be especially vulnerable to becoming sedentary later in life—and particularly to spending large amounts of time online each day.read more
A new report authored by privacy experts suggests Canadian Internet providers "need to be much more transparent about how they protect their customers’ private information."read more