Commercial real estate executives say many employees’ enthusiasm for remote work is wearing thin and that most companies feel the advantages of face-to-face interaction far outweigh the risks of…
Michael Curran speaks with OBJ editors David Sali and Peter Kovessy about some of the week’s biggest stories and how Ottawa’s business community is adapting to the ongoing economic challenges.
Tech firm develops software to help brands solicit feedback from and better engage with their customers.
Practical tips on how to recall laid-off employees and learn what health and safety issues employers now face as well as how to navigate the unique needs of employees who are suddenly caring for…
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Shopify's chief executive says the company's offices will remain closed until 2021, and that most employees will permanently work remotely.
Merchants can use the new virtual or physical cards to deposit and withdraw money from ATMs or pay for merchandise online.
- Join Ottawa Business Journal publisher Michael Curran and CRGroup president Dr. Vijay Jog in this live podcast to discuss how CFOs and financial leaders can build stronger companies.
- The Businesswoman of the Year Awards have been rescheduled to September 18, 2020. The WBN looks forward to celebrating with you in the fall.
One of the province’s oldest land surveying companies announced Tuesday it was merging with a fellow Brockville-based engineering firm in hopes of streamlining its business processes.
New offerings, such as urban rafting experiences out of Britannia Beach, are helping to tap into new markets.
Ten startups accepted new program for women-led technology companies in the Kingston-Belleville-Brockville area.
- Festival organizers said Monday the popular annual spring celebration is on track to surpass last year’s total sponsorship revenues of $61,000…
- Iconic hotel plans to enforce strict safety measures, such as taking the temperature of every guest and employee when they enter the building.
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The national drop in inflation in April was fuelled by a 39.3 per cent plunge in gasoline prices, the largest year-over-year decline on record.
Quebec removing police checkpoints that limited non-essential traffic between Ottawa and Gatineau.
A preview of some of the national business stories that will be making headlines in the days ahead.