Silicon Valley

A made-in-Ottawa application for online retail has attracted the eye of a well-heeled Silicon Valley investor.
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Some of the University of Ottawa’s top entrepreneurial talent will be taking their early stage businesses to Silicon Valley this spring.
The employee roll at Ben Zifkin's Toronto-based startup is set to double over the coming year to handle the increase in users of his free service, a business-based social network known as Hubba.
Three years ago, Silicon Valley came knocking at Ottawa’s doorstep.
There’s a general assumption that Silicon Valley is the centre of innovation in the world. It’s more complex than that.
A high-profile Silicon Valley accelerator has come to Ottawa, and its first cohort is ready to pitch.
Four years ago, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist returned to Canada to start something bold: An Ottawa-based fund with a focus on Canadian startups.
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The Ottawa team behind an app that turns spare change into digital currency is joining a California accelerator that’s also making a “significant” investment in the company.
Amid the celebrations Thursday night at the Westin Hotel, where more than two dozen local residents and companies were feted at the Best Ottawa Business A