CEO Tobi Lutke tweeted that he hopes this model becomes the future of developer education.
Elsewhere in the city, a group of tow truck drivers are expected to protest what they’re calling unfair practices from Ottawa Police Services, with regards to how police solicit towing services after…
Female entrepreneurs surveyed in the report say access to capital to grow their businesses is limited, as they face direct and indirect sexism from investors as well as clients.
State-of-the-art new home will help Carleton business school attract top students and faculty, raise profile in community, proponents say
Well-known Ottawa entrepreneur and Carleton alumnus Wes Nicol, who died late last year, later served on Carleton’s board of governors and donated $10 million to kickstart funding for a new business…
Software that got its start at Carleton and carried on by a local firm saves U.S. Department of Defense $12 million per year
From its humble beginnings as the Open Source Business Resource to its status today as an internationally acclaimed journal for academics and businesspeople alike, the Technology Innovation…
ChangeJar, an Ottawa-based mobile solution to carrying pesky coins, has just added two mainstream functions that its founder says will rapidly help with user adoption.
Four visiting academic and research chairs will come to Carleton University, including an entrepreneurship chair at the Sprott School of Business, as part of a $16-million, 25-year partne
You know it’s a special occasion when Jim Watson shows up in his mayoral “bling,” formally referred to as his ceremonial chain of office.