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Via https://newsapi.org online business online marketing online business opportunities A Lesson in Project Management for Entrepreneurs

JP Brousseau dropped and broke his fair share of phones. Sick of replacements and repairs, he started Phone Loops and designed finger and wrist straps that give users a secure and comfortable grip on their devices.Despite solving a common problem, having massive media coverage, and being a part of the Oscars VIP gift bags, JP…




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First canola, now pigs: China blocks imports from two Canadian pork producers amid diplomatic row

WINNIPEG/OTTAWA — China’s suspension of two Canadian pork exporters’ permits was due to a labeling problem, Canada’s agriculture minister said, adding that she was hopeful of it being resolved.China’s action against two Canadian pork companies, announced by Ag Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau on Wednesday, widened a diplomatic rift between the countries.On Thursday, Gary Stordy, spokesman for…


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Air Canada or Germany’s TUI Group could emerge as possible buyer of Transat, analysts say

Holiday travel company Transat A.T. Inc. announced it has received multiple takeover offers and is considering a sale, sending Transat’s market valuation soaring though it released scant details over who wants to buy the Montreal-based airline and tour operator.The company has created a special committee of independent directors to evaluate proposals after more than one…


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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…





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…