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April 16, 2018 6:46 PM Hudson’s Bay names Bari Harlam new chief marketing officer

Harlam has held senior marketing roles at U.S. companies such as CVS Health, BJ’s Wholesale Club and Swipely. Hudson’s Bay Co. is naming Bari Harlam as its new chief marketing officer. Harlam has held senior marketing roles at U.S. companies BJ’s Wholesale Club, Swipely and CVS Health, where she built and launched the pharmacy’s loyalty program 12

April 5, 2018 6:01 PM Tim Hortons falls from 4th to 50th in survey of Canadians’ most admired brands

Tim Hortons recently faced an onslaught of negative publicity as some of its Ontario franchisees clawed back employee benefits, sparking nationwide protests and boycotts. Tim Hortons recently faced an onslaught of negative publicity as some of its Ontario franchisees clawed back employee benefits, such as paid breaks, to help offset the province’s minimum 13

April 2, 2018 11:25 PM ‘Internet Police’ warn business owners of sabotage on Google Maps

Sydney Eatz and Richard Trus step in when they see stores misrepresented on the app, which can harm their reputation and cut into their profits. The visit of Trus and Eatz to House of Aitous is part of the pair’s new mission: protecting local businesses from sabotage on Google Maps. The problem is anyone can suggest edits to a location on Google Maps and leave 13

March 28, 2018 1:07 AM Tim Hortons, franchisees spat over $700M plan to reno most Canadian locations

Coffee chain asks restaurant owners to spend $450,000 for a design change. The decision has generated more animosity between the chain and an unsanctioned franchisee group, the Great White North Franchisee Association. Earlier this month, the company held a call with franchisees explaining they wanted each restaurant owner to spend about $450,000 to renovate 12

March 15, 2018 8:00 AM 'I feel duped': Montreal mother angry after son's U.S. football dreams dashed by recruiters

Innavage Consulting woos young football players to go to prep school in U.S., but some parents feel burned Sign with our football recruiting company, and we'll help get your teenager into an American prep school. "It was an opportunity to get a great education," said Rebecca. To protect her son David's identity, CBC agreed not to use their real names 44

March 12, 2018 3:36 PM Dropbox aims to raise as much as $648 million U.S. in IPO

Dropbox, which was valued at $10 billion in its 2014 funding round, would be one of the biggest U.S. enterprise technology companies to list domestically in several years. At the high end of its offering size, it’d be the third-biggest IPO from an enterprise technology IPO in the past three years, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The San Francisco-based 25

March 5, 2018 8:17 PM Amy Shapero to replace Shopify CFO Russ Jones in April

Jones will retire but remain a strategic adviser during a transition after the arrival of his successor, Shapero, on April 2. OTTAWA - Shopify Inc. says its original chief financial officer will retire but remain a strategic adviser during a transition after the arrival of his successor, Amy Shapero, on April 2. She succeeds Russ Jones, who has been Shopify's 16

February 28, 2018 7:26 PM Credit unions get OK from feds to offer 'banking' services

Rule would have forced credit unions to purge 'generic banking terms' from websites, marketing materials Credit unions across the country will once again be able to use the words "bank," "banker" and "banking" to describe what they do, thanks to a one-line entry buried on page 356 of the federal budget. Last June, the Office of the Superintendent of Financial 26

February 20, 2018 7:45 PM Competition Bureau settles with Leon's, The Brick over marketing practices

Companies have agreed to each donate $750K of home furnishings to charities The Competition Bureau said Tuesday it has reached an agreement with Leon's Furniture Ltd. and the Brick Ltd. regarding allegations of deceptive marketing practices dating back nearly five years ago. As part of the settlement, Leon's and the Brick have agreed to each donate $750,000 worth 30

February 13, 2018 5:57 PM Toronto's new property tax subclass is a limited gesture but a first step toward the city we want

So it’s finally here, not exactly as hoped, ever so slightly diminished and on a short, one-year leash, but the city’s newly minted creative co-location property tax subclass is a landmark acknowledgement by our local government of what we’ve all watched helplessly for a decade or more: that the vast chasm that yawed open between what the market would 23