Executives looking for a sweet new ride should turn their heads in Audi’s direction.
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Canadian car manufacturers, such as Chrysler, Ford and General Motors, are riding a wave of positive news this week. Canadian automobile demand has risen since 2009 and so too has production output.
The CNRL explosion at the Horizon Oil Sand facility in Fort McMurray may turn out to be less damaging than initially feared.
CEOs and their executive colleagues from the world’s biggest auto companies have gathered in Detroit for the No
Microsoft touts its business-critical Windows 7 applications designed for the retail and hospitality industry at the National Retail Federation's 100th Annual Convention & Expo.
Tembec Inc., a manufacturer of forest products with $1.6 billion in annual revenue, is opening the purse strings with a major $25.7 million capital investment. The purse strings belong to the Federal Government and the Province of Quebec.
Animated Media Inc., a technology company focused on creating Adobe Flash-compatible multimedia software products, delighted and amazed user interface developers at the Consumer Electronics Show this week.
An explosion lit up the late afternoon sky in Fort McMurray at the Canadian Natural Resources’ Horizon Oil Sands facility. The cause of the blast has not yet been determined.
Skype did announce an enhanced business conferencing solution at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but for the Executive who prefers to remain out of the limelight or is a visual learner, the social e-reading application Copia shifts the focus from face time to collaboration time.
The diagnosis was received this summer and now the treatment starts.