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Some eateries are turning into makeshift supermarkets as the novel coronavirus eats away at their bottom lines.
Canadians are cleaning up absolutely everything — and are grateful for their plastic bills.
This is what paying it forward looks like in the age of a pandemic.
Along with its Fit4Less locations, the chain is the latest business to take action during the COVID-19 crisis.
The seaplane company says it plans to make its entire fleet electric.
In a new survey, a quarter of companies said they are considering setting up shop south of the border.
The 21st century is moving at the speed of light. The marketplace is becoming increasingly diversified, as consumers face more choices and options than ever before. Many brands are struggling to keep up with their competitors, and wind up jumping into a rat race to the bottom where the only noticeable brand differentiator is price. And many of advertising's most time-honored tactical methods are losing their punch, impact, and power to influence minds in a real way.
The health care industry is unique. Highly regulated, highly specialized, and in possession of highly confidential information, it's a natural target for cyber-attacks. With the rise of internet-connected devices and the industry lagging behind modern cyber security, now more than ever IT decision-makers in health care need to think about how to best protect patient information in the modern threat landscape.
Online and mobile banking is overtaking the need for brick-and-mortar banks.
Stories of increasingly vicious cyber-attacks have dominated the headlines this year. It seems like every day we wake up to news of another attack on the scale of the Yahoo data breach, the Democratic National Committee hack, or the NSA source code leak.