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Mobilicity vote on recapitalization plan to take place July 10, 2013

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Mobilicity announces recapitalization vote plan to take place on July 10 2013 Data & Audio-Visual Enterprises Holdings Inc. and its affiliates (collectively, Mobilicity) announced this week that its previously announced recapitalization plan will be voted on by debtholders on Wednesday, July 10, 2013. The vote had been scheduled for July 3, 2013. Stewart Lyons, Mobilicity’s […]

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The Seven Habits of Highly Social CEOs

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A new study released today found that the majority of global executives (76 percent) believe that it is a good idea for CEOs to actively participate in social media. These executives recognize a multitude of returns when CEOs are social, including improved company reputation, business results and employee engagement. These findings, from global public relations […]


TELUS agrees to acquire Mobilicity

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TELUS has entered into an agreement with Mobilicity to acquire the company for $380 million. If the deal receives the required approvals, it would ensure continued service to Mobilicity’s 250,000 customers without the risk of disruption. The agreement between TELUS and the company is subject to conditions including approval by the Competition Bureau, Industry Canada, […]

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Score Media acquired by Rogers Media: CRTC grants final approval

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Rogers Media today received final regulatory approval from the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) to acquire Score Media Inc., which has been held in trust since October 19, 2012. With today’s approval, Rogers Media will integrate the operations and financial results of Score Media effective immediately. The acquisition of Score Media includes The Score, […]


3 easy ways to get more blog comments

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Are you new to blogging and wondering how you can get more blog comments? I’ve asked myself the same question and I believe that it boils down to proper interface design and asking your readers to participate in the discussions. As for the design of your blog, take a look at it from 35,000 feet. […]

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IBM introduces predictive analytics software that forecasts asset failure

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IBM today announced new business consulting services and software that, together, help C-Suite decision makers predict and prevent damaging supply chain disruptions. Through IBM’s predictive analytics software and business consulting services, the new solution harnesses big data from instrumented assets and identifies irregularities in the manufacturing process, spots product irregularities, and forecasts a range of […]


Project Management made simple with AtTask

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Senior managers of enterprise teams and departments are constantly being asked to justify resources, time, and expenses, yet typically their visibility is incomplete, inaccurate, out-of-date and difficult to share. AtTask has turned that around with the release of a full enterprise work visibility suite. At the helm of the new visibility offering is AtTask ViewTM, […]


Should the digital generation be able to pick and choose their technology in the workplace?

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The digital generation, now entering the workforce, were born starting in 1992 which brings these folks to about the age of 20. This generation grew up with the internet, smartphones and tablets, not to mention Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo gaming consoles. These people are beginning to trickle into the workforce and have beliefs around the […]

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City of Vancouver Coughs Up $3 Million for new Website

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When I heard that the City of Vancouver spent $3 million on their new website my first thought was that figure must be misquoted by the person with whom I was having the conversation last week. So I promptly went online and began Googling and reading as much as I could about the topic. Sure […]

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HP Job Cuts and the Changing IT Landscape

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High-tech firms are slashing jobs at record numbers with Hewlett-Packard leading the way. HP announced that the company may cut nearly 30,000 jobs this quarter, adding to a total of more than 50,000 job cuts in the technology sector so far this year. In a report from Challenger, Gray & Christmas on tech layoffs; high-tech […]