The Liberal government will not “act in an impulsive way” in response to U.S. corporate tax cuts that economists say pose a threat to Canada’s competitiveness, the federal finance minister said after a pre-budget meeting Friday. Bill Morneau said the government is conducting careful analysis in connection with U.S. PresidentRead More →

SXSW PanelPicker allows users to propose which panels they’d like to see take place at the upcoming SXSW conference. Always at the technological forefront, and keeping a strong connection with the audience that helped transform what the conference/festival is today, SXSW continues to place the keys to the kingdom inRead More →

This article originally appeared at Better Dwelling. Canadian real estate sales just fell off a cliff. Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) numbers show a decline of buyers in January. The decline is one of the largest in Canadian history. Some agents claim this is temporary, but it’s in line with the estimated declinesRead More →

When Business Wire’s Florida team had the innovative idea to host a baseball themed media luncheon, they didn’t know just how effective the exercise would be for all those in attendance. At the event, “Playing Ball with the Media,” communications pros were matched with journalists and asked to “pitch” theirRead More →

By Olga KharifBloomberg Fri., Feb. 16, 2018 Long Blockchain Corp. is poised to be delisted, a fate the iced-tea company temporarily avoided by jumping in on the cryptocurrency craze. The unprofitable beverage maker formerly known as Long Island Iced Tea Corp. got a notice that its shares would be removedRead More →