Landr has raised $8 million.read more
ioFABRIC is reparing to emerge from stealth mode with a product that promises to dramatically change the way that the ever-increasing volume of data is stored and managed.read more
FundRazr is powering fundrboogie, a new project in beta targeting the hip-hop community.read more
Even people who have never watched a baseball game in their life have heard of the infamous knuckleball, a notoriously unpredictable type of pitch that gives batters and catchers headaches.read more
Unlike most social networks, Twitter never seemed to care about our birthdays. Now it does.read more
I have never fully understood all of the buzz surrounding the importance of being “goal-oriented.”read more
Facebook, valued at more than $240 billion, hadn't changed its logo since 2005, when it was still in its infancy, a company hardly yet realized.read more
Tim Hortons, emojis, and Canadian stereotypes? It sounds like a winning combination for a fun, goofy app.read more
When Regnard and Liza Raquedan immigrated to Canada from the Philippines, they had no idea they’d become two of Toronto’s most innovative entrepreneurs.read more
Last week, an Ontario court ruled in favour of ridesharing in Toronto and dismissed the City's case to shut down Uber.read more
Canadians' job search patterns—from how long we stay in a job to how often we change fields—are constantly changing.read more
Airbnb today announced that more Canadians than ever before are opening their homes to the world, with more than 33,000 rental listings across Canada.read more
Celebrating 10 years in the business, YouTube recently opened up voting for users to pick their all-time favourite ads.
The results are in.read more
Technology has led to the evolution of many industries. However, the accounting industry has always been slow to adopt change.
I’m sure when most think of an accountant, there is still a stereotypical image of an elderly individual with a calculator on their desk and papers shuffled up in piles throughout the office.read more