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- ‘Jarvis, where is my car vulnerable to a cyberattack?’
- CEO sees BlackBerry's first appearance at the North American International Auto Show as the next stop on his roadmap for the company.
- Glebe Trotters peddles 2,000-plus pairs of Blundstone a year – more than any other small business store in Canada.
- The Royal Ottawa has a $12-million annual contract with a consortium that includes Carillion for services that range from keeping the power on to changing linens.
- Complaints about parking violations once again topped the list of most common beefs.
- One of the minds integral to Ottawa's e-commerce giant shares the retail trends he's following this coming year.
- A class-action lawsuit filed in a U.S. court alleges six Canadian banks and three others conspired to increase the profitability of their derivatives trading business by manipulating an interest rate…
- An expected interest rate hike on Wednesday may dissuade potential home buyers, according to some observers.
- One of Ottawa’s newest prospects will be in attendance this year at hockey’s all-star annual showcase – working its magic in the stands rather than on the ice.
- “Optimistic” Ottawa entrepreneurs intend to invest more into growing their companies than the provincial average in 2018, according to a report from the Business Development Bank of Canada.