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Marcus Daniels, CEO and Founding Partner at Highline Beta, argues that multinational corporations need to rethink their business models in the wake of COVID-19.
With COVID-19, it has never been more important to understand how Canadian firms innovate. The Conference Board of Canada is publishing an in-depth study on how innovation translates into growth.
Canadian tech firms and ecosystem partners are invited to join the survey. You will be first to receive the full report.
Amex says it has “millions” of small business customers and the addition of Kabbage’s loan and other financial services tools signifies that it plans to double down on that sector with a much wider range of offerings.
General Motors Co.’s chief financial officer is stepping down after two years to take a job at financial technology company Stripe Inc. in an unexpected move depriving it of a rising star and one of the auto industry’s few senior female executives.
Vancouver-based Rise People has launched an insurance advisor engagement platform.
Real estate financial technology company, NestEgg announced today a new program for collaboration between property maintenance contractors and small-scale landlords.
Tech companies are moving to create ‘frictionless’ experience so small businesses can get access to money quickly.
It’s time to tie bank profits to customers’ financial health (HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW)
America’s current financial system is essentially broken for the many working Americans who live on the edge financially.
Manzil has launched a partnership with Koho to give Muslims and non-Muslims a halal prepaid Visa card.
FPL technologies aims to open up credit opportunities for Indians by making the process more user friendly, and has raised $10 million in a Series A financing round for the same.
The platform will try to create a market for existing shareholders — including employees with stock options — to sell their shares on the secondary market to interested retail buyers.