Out of Runway

Stocks only go up, unless they’re going down.  How some businesses are adjusting gives us clues on the market's future.  Let’s explore.
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TikTok Wut? Wut?

What do TikTok Colab Houses, and a Chinese Hospital have in common? It’s simple, a company which owns a collection of Tik Tok Colab houses in Los Angeles, is now publicly traded  by completing a reverse takeover with a Chinese Hospital.
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LOCK. IT. DOWN.

Finally, we've all been waiting for lockdown 2.0. As covid cases rise around the country large areas of Ontario are going into the strictest lockdowns imposed since the beginning of the outbreak.
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Keep Rolling, Rolling, Rolling

The good times, about $29 billion of trade, will keep rolling into 2021 thanks to a new pact between Canada and the UK.
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Q&A with Yves Desjardins-Siciliano, CEO of Siemens Mobility Canada

Each Friday we feature a leader (experienced or emerging) in Canada's business and tech worlds and share some of their knowledge with you.

This week we're joined by Yves Desjardins-Siciliano, CEO of Siemens Mobility Canada which builds trains and tech for rail infrastructure.
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No way, Huawei!

There's still 88 days until Valentine's Day but the NDP and Conservatives are in love... over holding the federal government to account on their policy towards China.
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Still Hodling?

Did you get your free $20 of Bitcoin from Bitbuy? I hope so because Bitcoin is back and we're partying (COVID responsibly) like it's 2017! Over the past few weeks, the cryptocurrency has surged to within striking distance of an all time high.
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RIP BBM

Say goodbye to the 'PING!!!!' – Blackberry is looking to sell their significant intellectual property portfolio which includes BBM and over 38,000 valuable patents.
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Venmo for Canada

Don't you just hate Interac E-Transfer? It's slow, impossible to use and the fees are wayyy too expensive. 
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Come Fly With Me

Remember those random Boeing 737 Max 8 plane crashes in 2019, well good news, they're fixed? The FAA (US Federal Aviation Administration) has cleared the way for the Boeing 737 Max 8 to begin flying again after it was grounded following two fatal crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia .
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