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Online brokerages don't have advanced mobile capabilities, report says
A ranking of the mobile platforms of Canada’s online brokerages puts BMO InvestorLine well ahead of the competition. However according to Glenn LaCoste, president and lead analyst at Surviscor, the industry as a whole is not doing a very good job of keeping up with the times.
Posted on 6-20-2015 at 4:32 PM
Kevin O'Leary: Social media can make your small business look BIG, for practically nothing
Kevin O’Leary, Chairman of O’Leary Financial Group, says his best advice for startup companies looking to break through is to invest in social media.
Posted on 6-20-2015 at 2:18 PM
Poll: Is Aislelabs a disruptor?
Toronto-based Aislelabs gives brick-and-mortar retailers the technology to track and analyze customers. Is it a disruptor?
Posted on 6-18-2015 at 7:00 AM
Poll: Is Quantum Capture a disruptor?
This 3D scanning company aims to make virtual reality more realistic than ever. Is Toronto-based Quantum Capture a disruptor?
Posted on 6-18-2015 at 7:00 AM
How FitBit can outsmart Apple – and avoid becoming another BlackBerry
Like FitBit, BlackBerry was the established market leader with a ubiquitous gadget and a lower-priced alternative to Apple’s shiny new iPhone. It offers FitBit a lesson: use the capital from an upcoming initial public offering to fund research into innovative technology.
Posted on 6-18-2015 at 4:23 PM
Update: Mogo IPO 3-times oversubscribed after offer price cut
Public market hopeful Mogo has lowered its offering price to $10 per share, from its original price $11-13 per share, sources told BNN.
Posted on 6-17-2015 at 12:35 PM
Kevin O'Leary warns investors about Netflix's 'risky' business model
Kevin O’Leary, Chairman of O’Leary Financial Group, explains why he is not investing in Netflix anytime soon, despite its impressive performance.
Posted on 6-17-2015 at 6:00 AM
Lenovo executive says BlackBerry bid not impossible – but not likely either
After making five acquisitions over the last eight years, Lenovo’s president of North American operations says a bid for BlackBerry is possible from a regulatory perspective - but not a priority for the world’s biggest PC maker.
Posted on 6-16-2015 at 2:22 PM

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