The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is the subject of “Friday’s Big Fail”.
In the last couple of weeks, major US media outlets have reported breathlessly on billions of dollars of projected revenue from the Canadian weed industry.
The dazzling rate of adoption of blockchain technology raises a question: can you convert marital strife into controlled transactional sequences – increasing accountability and transparency?
At a BBQ last summer we met a 67-year-old architect who had recently won a $1.4 million judgement against an ex-business partner. The case had taken 10 years to wind through the courts.
There are three things that typically move the price of gold higher: 1. Geo-political tensions 2. Natural disasters 3. Threat of U.S. government insolvency.
Since the late 1880s, Labour Day (the first Monday in September) has been a national holiday in Canada and the U.S. Its origins can be traced to an 1872 parade to support of the Toronto Typographical Union’s demand for a 58-hour work-week.
On August 24, 2017 US regulators halted trading in a Canadian bitcoin company, First Bitcoin Capital (BITCF) after its stock price increased 6,000% in 12 months (from .03 to $1.79).
Telstra (TLS.AX), Australia's largest retail telecommunications provider, finds itself at a crossroads in a rapidly changing digital landscape. Its customer service is woeful at best and its only real point of differentiation in the market has been network coverage. Unable to exploit the monopoly that powered earnings until the mid-2000s, they are now faced with credible competition.