Tobi Lutke

Ottawa-based e-commerce company said it terminated stores affiliated with the U.S. president because his actions contravened Shopify's policies.
According to the Ottawa-based firm, more than half of the shoppers in the 11 countries it surveyed have shifted more of their spending online since the pandemic began.
E-commerce giant plans to sublease its signature space at Performance Court and consolidate its downtown Ottawa office footprint at a building on nearby Laurier Avenue.
Ottawa e-commerce firm is reporting US$36 million in profits in the second quarter as it reaped the benefits of COVID-19 lockdowns.
U.S. move could could provide new talent pipeline for local tech firms that say a shortage of skilled labour is a major issue in the capital.
Shopify's chief executive says the company's offices will remain closed until 2021, and that most employees will permanently work remotely.
Lütke says company is working as fast as it can to support its merchants by re-tooling its products to help them adapt to the new reality.
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As the number of Canadians infected with COVID-19 continues to rise, e-commerce powerhouse Shopify is among a number of local companies asking their workers to stay home, while another major Ottawa