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Via https://newsapi.org online business online marketing online business opportunities How to Add (and Price) Landing Page Services to Your Agency Offering

As an agency owner, growing your revenue per account has a significant impact on your bottom line. The challenge is doing this while also producing considerable ROI upgrades for your clients. You want to knock their socks off and extend client lifetimes, sure, but that means you need to make every dollar they spend do…



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Bombardier to scrap its executive compensation plan on regulator’s recommendation

MONTREAL — Bombardier Inc. said Friday it will follow the urging of Quebec’s financial market regulator and scrap a controversial executive compensation plan.The announcement followed a review by the Autorite des marches financiers that found the plane-and-train maker’s roll-out of its Automatic Stock Disposition Plan in August did not breach securities law, but likely incurred…



SNC-Lavalin CEO didn’t get his $1.45 million bonus last year because of business turmoil

SNC-Lavalin CEO didn’t get his $1.45 million bonus last year because of business turmoil

SNC-Lavalin Group Inc.’s business and political turmoil is taking a toll on its chief executive officer’s paycheque.Neil Bruce gave up his 2018 bonus “given the company’s financial results” after taking home a $1.45 million (US$1.1 million) reward the previous year, the Montreal-based engineering company said Tuesday. His overall compensation was down 13 per cent to…


Canada’s prospects of being plunged into recession are dim, unless ‘another shoe’ drops, National Bank CEO says

Canada’s prospects of being plunged into recession are dim, unless ‘another shoe’ drops, National Bank CEO says

National Bank of Canada Chief Executive Officer Louis Vachon doesn’t see much prospect of a Canadian recession in the next six to 12 months — barring unforeseen circumstances.“There needs to be another shoe to drop somewhere,” Vachon said Wednesday during a conference his bank hosted in Montreal. “There has to be further tightening by the…



SNC-Lavalin wins $660-million transit contract from Ottawa (the city, not the feds) as bidding future remains uncertain

SNC-Lavalin wins $660-million transit contract from Ottawa (the city, not the feds) as bidding future remains uncertain

Embattled construction and engineering company SNC-Lavalin has won a $660-million contract from Ottawa — the city, not the federal government — to extend a light-rail transit line.The City of Ottawa selected SNC to build a 12-kilometre extension to the Trillium Line and a 4-kilometre connection to the airport, a project that includes maintenance of the…