Ten years ago, Ottawa –and indeed, Canada's telecom sector at large – changed forever when Nortel Networks filed for bankruptcy protection
Ontario's top court will not hear an appeal from two former Nortel Networks Corp.
One of Ottawa’s largest telecom employers reported a large jump in fourth-quarter and full-year earnings on the strength of higher sales.
Fifteen years ago this month, fall brought a blast of chilly news through the halls of what was then Ottawa’s largest technology company.
Several Chinese billionaires were in Ottawa Tuesday, meeting with the city’s business leaders and eying investment opportunities in the nation’s capital.
A settlement has been reached to end a lengthy battle over divvying up the US$7.3 billion raised in Nortel Networks Corp.'s bankruptcy liquidation.
A nearly eight-year legal battle over how to divide what remains of Nortel Networks Corp.
Work on the next generation of Amazon’s voice-activated products will be taking place in Ottawa. The Seattle-based tech giant opened a new office in Ottawa in August.
OC Transpo is gearing up to keep as many National Defence employees as possible as the great Nortel campus migration finally begins.
Opinion: Where did Innovation Nation go? Dale examines what Canada needs to do to reclaim its place as a prime source of disruptive R&D
I have always thought of Canada as an innovation nation.