Friday, October 22, 2021
GM Debuts Midsize Electric Delivery Van With Verizon as Customer

GM Debuts Midsize Electric Delivery Van With Verizon as Customer

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This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Author of the article: Bloomberg News Gabrielle Coppola Article content (Bloomberg) — General Motors Co.’s electric van unit plans to build a new midsized cargo hauler called the EV410, and has signed up Verizon Communications Inc. as the first buyer, the company said Tuesday.…
EU Says Carbon Market Cash Can Ease Cost of Energy Crisis

EU Says Carbon Market Cash Can Ease Cost of Energy Crisis

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This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Author of the article: Bloomberg News Ewa Krukowska Article content (Bloomberg) — The European Union’s red-hot carbon emissions market could be used to mitigate the impact of soaring energy prices on the most vulnerable consumers, EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson said. Revenue from permit…
Hashtag Trending September 28– Mega-Retailers Curbed By California Law; Japan Breaks Internet Speed Record; Facebook Denies Instagram Wrongdoing

Hashtag Trending September 28– Mega-Retailers Curbed By California Law; Japan Breaks Internet Speed Record;...

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Before we start today’s episode, our sponsor Acronis will be hosting a panel discussion on the Canadian security landscape. If you want to learn how to best respond to a cyberattack, attend the expert briefing “It’s time for SMBs to focus more on business continuity” on October 12th. Reserve your spot by going to itworldcanada.com/events.Now…
Financial Addition Is The Secret To Success: A Q&A With Patrick Ens, President, Capital One Canada

Financial Addition Is The Secret To Success: A Q&A With Patrick Ens, President, Capital...

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The President of Capital One on why it is critical to reimagine the customer relationship as an investment in their future and how success in the banking sector now hinges on financial inclusion. How did your career journey bring you to lead Capital One Canada and what values drive you as a leader? My journey…
State Window

State Window

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State Window has come a long way since its humble beginnings in 2007, when it had just six employees. Today it has more than 550 permanent staff — as well as 250 subcontractors — and has completed over 230 development projects across the country. “When we first started the company, we didn’t have time to…
Muraflex

Muraflex

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In late 2009, with his first child on the way, Fernando Petreccia had every intention of taking a break from work. He had spent the previous decade in the commercial-interiors industry — until the recession hit and people were no longer so keen on paying $40,000 for an office suite. Petreccia’s company closed. He thought…
Grass Care Products Canada

Grass Care Products Canada

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This Ontario company is still mowing down the competition after 46 years in the business There’s nothing like a supply-chain issue to turn even the most confident leader into a bundle of nerves. Over the past year, companies in a variety of industries have had to deal with mandatory lockdowns and physical-distancing logistics, but inventory…
Groupe Beaucage

Groupe Beaucage

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Like most companies in 2020, Groupe Beaucage faced challenges with the arrival of the pandemic. “We had to reinvent ourselves,” says founder and president Daniel Beaucage, who started his group of car dealerships in Sherbrooke, Que., in 1992. “With the dealerships closed, we instantly had to try to sell cars online. It was a scary…
Inconclusive German Vote Could Mean Months of Coalition Talks

Inconclusive German Vote Could Mean Months of Coalition Talks

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This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Author of the article: Bloomberg News Patrick Donahue and Benedikt Kammel Article content (Bloomberg) — With German elections failing to produce a clear winner, the two major parties — Finance Minister Olaf Scholz’s Social Democrats and the conservative CDU/CSU bloc under Armin Laschet —…
A Global Equity Trader’s Guide for China Evergrande Debt Crisis

A Global Equity Trader’s Guide for China Evergrande Debt Crisis

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This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Author of the article: Bloomberg News Bloomberg News Article content (Bloomberg) — China Evergrande Group’s debt crisis might not be China’s “Lehman moment” but it has sent ripples through stocks tied to the developer and the world’s second-biggest economy. Creditors, investors and suppliers of…