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PayPal Helps Canadians say Goodbye to IOUs; Introduces PayPal.Me

Back to school: Canada lagging in push to teach kids computer coding
Armed with rope, pictures and elephant headbands, it looks like this group of nine-year-olds is setting up a huge game of hopscotch.
More students back-to-school shopping online as retailers embrace mobile

In ever-changing Canadian retail landscape, retailers up service game to stand out

Canadians throwing away money in unused gift cards
UGO survey finds Canadians would embrace a mobile solution to help maximize usage and track gift card spending
Consumers choose marketplace over retail websites: survey

Ontario Drivers Get the Best of Both Worlds When They Shop Online for Mutual Auto Insurance
Ontario Mutuals and Kanetix SaaS partner to introduce innovative quoting solution
CVS Health and IBM Tap Watson to Develop Care Management Solutions for Chronic Disease
Companies Will Collaborate to Improve Quality and Effectiveness of Personalized Patient Care
Amazon First Ever Prime Day Breaks Global Records, Sales Exceed Black Friday
Amazon sold more units on Prime Day than Black Friday 2014, the biggest Black Friday ever 
Walmart Saves Customers Time and Money: Launches Online Grocery Pickup

New Videology Study Suggests Consumers Are Less Focused on the Seasonality of TV Programming

True patriot texting: Tim Hortons to release Canadian EHmoji keyboard for Canada Day

Gartner Says Smarter Machines Will Challenge the Human Desire for Control
CIOs Should Maintain and Promote an Objective Understanding of the Real Capabilities of Smart Machines
A Few Clicks to Your Closet: Amazon.ca Opens Clothing and Shoes Stores
Customers will find clothing and footwear from brands like 7 For All Mankind, Levi's, French Connection, Nautica, Vince Camuto, True Religion, Dockers, Joe's Jeans, PUMA, Timberland, Merrell, Nine West, and hundreds more
Important Notice for Beats Pill XL Customers
Voluntary Recall of All Beats Pill XL Speakers
Raymond Wang of Canada Wins US$75,000 Top Prize at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
Raymond Wang of Canada received the Gordon E. Moore Award, a US$75,000 prize named in honor of the Intel co-founder and fellow scientist.
Majority of Companies Plan to Hire Recent College Graduates, According to CareerBuilder.ca Survey

Consumer Trust is Key to Leveraging Personal Data in a Connected World
frog Explores New Rules for Designing Products and Services with Data in Harvard Business Review Article
4 Out Of 5 Consumers Declare Brands Do not Know Them As An Individual, According to IBM and Econsultancy Study

Construction of Montréal Largest Next-Generation Data Centre

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