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Stock Market Surprises Of 2015: Online Businesses Win, Oil And Gas Lose

CP | Marley Jay, The Associated Press | Posted 12.31.2015 | Canada Business

New media companies like Netflix became more valuable than established media companies like CBS.

Is Online Shopping the Future of Retail?

Andrew Tai | Posted 03.23.2015 | Canada Business
Andrew Tai

Like it or not, online shopping is a big deal, and to dismiss it as something trivial is short-sighted at best. The question is, will there be a point in time when shopping will become a completely digital experience? Maybe not too soon, but the possibility is definitely there. Here's why:

If We Can't Say 'Merry Christmas' in Canada, Multiculturalism Failed

Christopher Stuart Taylor | Posted 02.22.2014 | Canada Living
Christopher Stuart Taylor

I wonder: since when did "Merry Christmas" become a political statement especially in multicultural Canada? Multiculturalism is a complete and utter failure in Canada when it is politically incorrect to say "Merry Christmas" without pausing and wondering if they may or may not be offended?

Wal-Mart's $50-Billion for the U.S. Economy Is the Least it Can Do

Jana Schilder | Posted 11.03.2013 | Canada Business
Jana Schilder

When Wal-Mart is spearheading a manufacturing renaissance in the U.S., you know that the recession is dragging on. Since 2008, many economists have noted that this is the "jobless recovery." I know people who used to have one living wage job, who now have several part-time jobs and are scrambling every month to make ends meet.

LinkedIn is Linked to the Best Type of Ads; Facebook Faceplants

Paul Barter | Posted 08.18.2012 | Canada Business
Paul Barter

Facebook is learning that what people like to chat about when they should be working isn't a very effective way to match ads to eyeballs. LinkedIn on the other hand has a very specific type of advertising structure, and one that works very well: job postings. Is there an ad people want to see more than one promising a better career?

Wal-Mart Aims High And Low As Middle Class Shrinks

The Globe and Mail | Posted 11.15.2011 | Canada Business

The pressured middle class is starting to reshape the aisles at the Canadian outlets of the world's largest retailer. Discounter Wal-Mart Canada Corp....