Covid-19 Is Forcing People To Take Stock Of Their Lives — And Their Financial Goals Are Changing In The Process

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Firm that bought MintChip technology now seeking Canadian banking licence: Geoff Zochodne

A Toronto-based payments company that bought the Royal Canadian Mint’s digital-cash platform and that is backed by a former economic adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump is now interested in acquiring a banking licence.

Recent notices in the Can…

Bytes over bits: How the drilling industry is turning to algos, automation and software to cut costs: Geoffrey Morgan

Kevin Neveu has seen his share of oil booms and busts over his near-40-year career in the oilfield services sector, and finds himself navigating yet another bust cycle in an ever-shrinking sector. But this time, as he fight to win contracts in a tough market,…

COVID-19 is forcing people to take stock of their lives — and their financial goals are changing in the process: Ted Rechtshaffen

I recently turned 50. It may not be as big a year as 60 for financial planning, but like all milestone birthdays, it does make you stop and think about the life that got you here, and the life ahead.

What, if any, changes do you want to make? What…

Next Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador aims to pull province off ‘well-worn path of boom and bust’: Geoffrey Morgan

Andrew Furey will be the next Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador after a seven-month-long leadership contest following the unexpected announcement the province’s sitting premier would not seek re-election.

“I’m calling on the opposition parties …

Tech titans in the hot seat as tactics likened to railway cartels of old: Barbara Shecter

As the CEOs of the largest and most ubiquitous technology companies in United States faced an hours-long grilling before the House Judiciary Committee’s anti-trust sub-committee last week, one of their interrogators looked back more than a century for a compa…

The most effective strategy to turn your passion into a full-time career: StackCommerce

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With the world thrown upside down this year, many people still struggle to …

HyperX Releases Cloud Core Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound - The Kingston Whig-Standard:

Signature HyperX Cloud Comfort with 7.1 Surround Sound for PC and PS4 GamersFOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. — HyperX, the gaming division of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., today announced the rel…

HyperX Releases Cloud Core Gaming Headset with 7.1 Surround Sound - Financial Post: Business Wire

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The seven skills you need to successfully work remotely—and how to master them - The Kingston Whig-Standard:

This article was created by StackCommerce. While Postmedia may collect a commission on sales through the links on this page, we are not being paid by the brands mentioned.The coronavirus has spurre…

'One-sided relationship': Food suppliers feeling pinched as grocers hike fees: Financial Post Staff

Walmart’s plan to charge its suppliers extra fees appears to have reinvigorated a long-simmering battle between supermarkets and manufacturers in Canada over how much a brand should have to pay to put its product on shelves.

The new Walmart fees —…

It’s going to take some government to save capitalism. The question is, how much?: Kevin Carmichael

“All my future is riding on this.”

Montreal businessman Michael Penner


that to me in the summer of 2014 while trying to save a sock factory in Burke County, North Carolina.

The gambit required importing a fl…

After grim shutdown, squeezed small businesses try to survive the tricky reopening phase: Gabriel Friedman

On Wednesday, Wendy Huot, owner of The Screening Room, an arthouse movie theatre in Kingston, Ont., was in a controlled frenzy, with just a couple of days left until she showed her first movie in more than four months.

“Movie theatres g…

Howard Levitt: If Trudeau and Morneau were running a corporation, conflicts of interest in WE case would have led to their dismissal: Howard Levitt

Like deers caught in the headlights, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his hapless finance minister Bill Morneau have attempted to deflect the blame for the WE Charity scandal to their senior civil service. Most pundits derisively scoffed at that effort. But,…

Legal fees can be a burden, but they're only tax deductible in certain circumstances: Jamie Golombek

“He who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client.”

While there is plenty of wisdom in this old adage, at the same time, I’ve yet to meet a client who enjoys paying for legal advice.

Though it cannot (and should not!) be avoided in man…

Commuting pension could buy this Ontario woman more flexibility in retirement: Andrew Allentuck

In Ontario, a woman we’ll call Lydia, 45, is raising three kids in their early teens. Lydia’s monthly income, $4,500 after tax plus child support of $1,465 plus half the non-taxable Canada Child Benefit of $370 per month, totals $6,150 per month. On her own, …

Businesses are accelerating their tech investment timelines, IBM Canada head says: Barbara Shecter

Businesses are investing heavily in digital technology despite the pandemic-induced slowdown, and they aren’t waiting around to pull the trigger, according to the new head of IBM Canada.

“I think history will look at this moment as when digital tr…

TC Energy gets approval to move 30% more oil through Keystone XL amid pipeline challenges: Geoffrey Morgan

CALGARY — TC Energy Corp. surprised oil markets with an approval for new pipeline capacity on its existing Keystone pipeline connecting Alberta to U.S. Gulf Coast refineries.

TC Energy confirmed Wednesday evening that it received a new presidentia…

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