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RBC to ratchet up efforts to turn Ventures users into banking clients
The Royal Bank of Canada has connected with 3.2 million Canadians via its digital app-building efforts, and the lender will soon begin trying to more aggressively convert those users into regular banking clients, the company’s chief executive ...
Beware the 'bezzle': Three likely sources of illusory wealth in the markets today
I was reminded recently of the term “bezzle.” Economist John Kenneth Galbraith used it to describe a form of theft that comes with a time lag. In other words, you don’t know you’ve been robbed until much later. In his classic ...
UPDATED: Thousands up early to start their shopping in Cape Breton
Mavis Susin found herself in an advantageous spot as she took part in a growing phenomenon in the Cape Breton shopping community that began before the sun came up early Thursday morning. Susin was first in line for the Red Thursday sale at ...
VIDEO: Northside cannabis operation closer to realization
The ball is rolling on the development of a cannabis production facility at an idled Northside pharmaceutical plant. Highlanders Cannabis Corp. purchased the 48,000-square-foot building last year following a negotiation with a court-appointed ...
Canada’s AggregateIQ broke privacy law in Cambridge Analytica scandal, probe finds
The British Columbia firm tied up in the Cambridge Analytica scandal repeatedly broke Canadian law according to an investigative report published Tuesday. AggregateIQ was one of a network of companies that inappropriately obtained personal ...
35% of millennials want Secret Santa to be banned from the office: Survey
Some millennials want Secret Santas and other office-related celebrations that involve co-workers “chipping in” for gifts to be banned, according to a new survey. Results of the research by British job-hunting website Jobsite found ...
Time-tested tool brand lives on
What’s in a name? Sometimes, about $900 million worth of brand recognition. That was the bet Stanley Black & Decker made in 2017 when it paid that much to acquire Sear’s Craftsman tool line (then 90 years old), trusting they could ...
Harvey's to close in Sydney and reopen in new location
Harvey’s Restaurant in Sydney is closing but not for good. Maureen Hart, the communications person for Recipe Unlimited, which owns the Harvey's brand, said they are closing this Harvey's location at the end of the year. In an email ...
Demand for Cape Breton real estate on the rise
Harbourview Inn and Suites is no longer for sale after its owners turned many of its rooms into permanent month-to-month rental spaces to meet a growing demand for temporary housing in this area. The fixture on Sydney’s waterfront had been ...
Transcontinental shutting down P.E.I. printing plant, 'reorganizing' in Halifax
Transcontinental is shutting down its Prince Edward Island printing plant and planning a “reorganization” at its Halifax plant throwing 15 people out of work. Eleven of those layoffs are in P.E.I. “We conducted an analysis of ...