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Vancouver’s Thinkific cuts 75 more jobs after losses nearly double

Vancouver’s Thinkific cuts 75 more jobs after losses nearly double

Thinkific reached unicorn status upon IPO but market cap has dropped precipitously since
This B.C. sponge could hold a secret to treating COVID-19

This B.C. sponge could hold a secret to treating COVID-19

Three natural compounds collected off the B.C. and Newfoundland coasts have been found to have COVID-19-blocking powers in a discovery that could protect against future pandemics.
B.C. to benefit from $19B Canadian pact to buy F-35 fighter jets

B.C. to benefit from $19B Canadian pact to buy F-35 fighter jets

Avcorp and Asco Aerospace's Delta operations are expected to make components for the planes
Amazon's massive layoffs may have silver lining for Vancouver startups

Amazon's massive layoffs may have silver lining for Vancouver startups

The news that Amazon is expanding its global layoffs from 10,000 to 18,000 jobs in the last two months is indicative of the challenging environment facing the tech sector, Vancouver industry officials say.
Sony unveils prototype EV, Afeela, to be made with Honda

Sony unveils prototype EV, Afeela, to be made with Honda

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Sony unveiled a new high-tech prototype car it will produce in partnership with Honda at the CES tech show Wednesday. The vehicle, first announced in October, glided out on stage at the CES in Las Vegas, Nevada.
FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried pleads not guilty in New York

FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried pleads not guilty in New York

NEW YORK (AP) — FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried pleaded not guilty in Manhattan federal court Tuesday to charges that he cheated investors and looted customer deposits on his cryptocurrency trading platform.
Competition Bureau seeks to have Rogers-Shaw tribunal decision set aside

Competition Bureau seeks to have Rogers-Shaw tribunal decision set aside

OTTAWA — The Competition Bureau is asking the Federal Court of Appeal to set aside a decision by the Competition Tribunal dismissing its case against Rogers Communications Inc.'s $26-billion takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.
Competition Bureau gets temporary stay of Tribunal decision on Roger-Shaw merger

Competition Bureau gets temporary stay of Tribunal decision on Roger-Shaw merger

OTTAWA — The Competition Bureau says a Federal Court has issued an emergency stay temporarily suspending the Competition Tribunal's dismissal of its case against Rogers Communications Inc.'s $26-billion takeover of Shaw Communications Inc.

Champagne's Rogers-Shaw decision to come 'only after' there's clarity in legal battle

Canada's Industry Minister says he will render his decision on Rogers Communications Inc.’s proposed $26-billion purchase of Shaw Communications Inc. only after there is clarity in the ongoing legal battle.
Competition Tribunal clears path for Rogers-Shaw merger

Competition Tribunal clears path for Rogers-Shaw merger

OTTAWA — The Competition Tribunal has dismissed an application from Canada's competition watchdog seeking to block Rogers Communications Inc.'s proposed $26-billion purchase of Shaw Communications Inc., clearing a path for the deal to go ahead.