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Shopify has partnered with major Chinese digital wallet platform Alipay to expand its payment options for merchants based in the United States.
On the #CIBCInnovationEconomy podcast series, CEO David Barrett admits he never planned to get into the expense management space. But by saying yes to opportunities, he built Expensify into a successful innovation economy.
Metro Inc., one of the country’s top three grocery retailers, is expediting its push into online food ordering and home delivery, as e-commerce grocery sales continue to beat expectations.
Instalment payment firms can offer lower rates and fees, but they can have their drawbacks.
On the #CIBCInnovationEconomy series podcast, CEO Ed Quilty shares Aquatic Informatics’ growth story and what he has learned about entrepreneurship.
Revenue in the third quarter rose 33%, and the company said many shipments are still delayed because of supply chain disruptions related to the coronavirus pandemic.
Shopify stands to cash in on future IPO of U.S. FinTech Affirm (THE GLOBE AND MAIL)
Affirm revealed that in July, it gave Shopify warrants to purchase up to 20.3 million of its shares for a penny each.
Changes to the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy and the introduction of the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy program were passed into law today by the Senate.
Called Amazon Pharmacy, the new store lets customers price-compare as they buy drugs on the company’s website or app.
Shoppers can access the 3D experience through the Inabuggy app or website, where each aisle has several shortcuts to find exact products from a list of available options.
A new report from BDC has revealed more data on the COVID-19 pandemic’s alarming impact on entrepreneurs.