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.
Spartan Bioscience announced Tuesday Sean Tomalty has been appointed vice-president of manufacturing.
Forging a legacy of success: Brian Hurley has become a force to be reckoned with in the Ottawa tech community
Business has been in Brian Hurley’s blood for as long as he can remember. “One of my goals was always to be as entrepreneurial as possible,” he says.
Steve Cody wants you to use better software to run your business.
Rockstar Consortium – a group of companies that includes Apple, BlackBerry, Ericsson, Microsoft and Sony – has agreed to sell roughly 4,000 of the patents it bought from Nortel during its bankruptc
The Ontario Securities Commission has closed its investigation into three former Nortel Networks executives who were acquitted of fraud last year.
A local cloud security startup is ready to offer $100,000 to anyone who can crack its code.
An Ontario judge overseeing the Canadian portion of the Nortel Networks bankruptcy has approved a settlement on one of the side issues that involves creditors of an international division o
A settlement over how to divide up a portion of the US$7.3 billion made from the sale of certain Nortel Networks assets may be nearing completion.
When Daniel Levesque retired in 2010 after a three-decade career as an engineer at Nordion, the last thing he ever thought he’d need to worry about was his pension.