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Startup Rover looks to big projects to grow its parking app

Toronto is capturing the world’s attention as an innovation ecosystem — and success for startups like parking app Rover could be a sign of the bright things to come.

Blockchain a 'catalytic force' in soaring fintech market

Blockchain technology is propelling the fintech space to new highs as more investors get on board. The rising increase in fintech and the applications of the blockchain is leading to "exponential" increases in pilot projects, according to a new report.

Cisco's revenue declined for seven quarters — is it rebound time?

Cisco posted a seventh consecutive quarter of declining revenue this week, but many analysts are looking past the the losing streak and pointing to the first signs of a comeback.

Alibaba profit nearly doubles on robust revenues

Shanghai - Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba said Thursday its net profit almost doubled in the latest quarter on the back of solid revenue growth in its core shopping business and in cloud computing.

Micro-cameras being tested for digital businesses

A new development in mini, wearable and customizable cameras has been launched. Called FOMO, the camera offers opportunities for businesses and for consumers, being able to capture video in real-time.

Trump, the businessman president, loses CEO support

New York - The honeymoon is definitely over.When US President Donald Trump was elected last November, big business rejoiced.

After Merck, CEOs of Intel, Under Armour quit Trump panel over rally

New York - The chief executives of Merck, Intel and Under Armour resigned Monday from a White House advisory panel on manufacturing after President Donald Trump's initial failure to explicitly condemn a white supremacist rally.

After Merck, CEOs of Intel, Under Armour quit Trump panel over rally

New York - The chief executives of Merck, Intel and Under Armour resigned Monday from a White House advisory panel on manufacturing after President Donald Trump's initial failure to explicitly condemn a white supremacist rally.

Google may have paid Apple $3 bn to remain iPhone's search engine

Apple won't say what the exact number is, but Google pays a substantial amount of money to Apple in order to remain the default search engine on iPhones and iPads.

Amazon calls a $350,000 truce on the cloud wars

If you can't beat them, join them. That's what Amazon Web Services (AWS), did when it officially joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) on Wednesday, just two weeks after Microsoft joined as well.

Uber rolls out new feature to fix awkward part of hailing a ride

A new update to Uber's app will make it a lot easier to get in touch with your driver, thus solving one of the most awkward aspects of hailing an Uber.

End of an era as typewriting tests phased out in India

Mumbai - The unmistakable chatter of typewriters outside courthouses and government offices will soon fall silent in India's financial capital Mumbai as stenography colleges on Friday hold their final manual exams.

Technology required to combat the opioid crisis in U.S.

President Trump has refused to declare the opioid epidemic across America a national emergency, leaving the public to find a solution to the problem. And with the innovative technologies we have at our disposal today, there may be a solution.

Highest-paid men earn $200,000 more than the women in the U.S.

In 49 states, the average salary for a woman in the top two percent is below the national average of $206,000. Only women in Connecticut and Washington DC earn more than $206,000 on average.

How CEO Evan Spiegel could copy Mark Zuckerberg

To save Snap's stock from falling further, CEO Evan Spiegel could turn the tables and copy Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg. About five years ago, Facebook was in a similar position as Snap is in now.

9 out of 10 digital transformation projects will fail

Digital transformation is now a widely accepted term in enterprises across every industry. While leaders have embraced the idea, a report has found businesses are struggling to implement transformation strategies, with just one in ten projects successful.

Companies likely to fail if they miss digital transformation

54 percent of digital leaders believe their companies will fail if they don't achieve digital transformation at the same time as their industry rivals. Over 80 percent of businesses could be left behind as technology comes to define modern commerce.

Toyota and Mazda link up to build $1.6 billion EV plant in U.S.

Toyota and Mazda on Friday announced plans to build a $1.6 billion auto manufacturing plant somewhere in the U.S., creating as many as 4,000 jobs building electric vehicles. The facility will produce 300,000 EVs a year and will be operational by 2021.

Hong Kong tycoon Li 'cautious' as profits rise

Hong Kong - Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing's flagship CK Hutchison on Thursday saw profits up seven percent in the first half of 2017, boosted by its European telecoms operations.

GlobalOnePay optimizes digital payment processing

A more seamless means to invoice and make payments online is being launched online. As an example of advances with technology, GlobalOnePay is offering global omni-channel payment processing technologies and merchant services.

Why small businesses need to consider digital transformation

Digital transformation may be more associated with major corporations, but small businesses are rapidly engaging with the process in order to remain competitive. Digital Journal assesses the trends.

China issues bike-sharing guidelines as complaints rise

Shanghai - China on Thursday issued national guidelines governing bike-sharing operations to nurture a new industry credited with spurring a transport revolution while addressing mounting complaints over an accumulation of millions of bikes on city streets.

Amazon misses Wall Street expectations by a mile

Amazon's second-quarter report fell well short of Wall Street's expectations. The company's earnings missed analysts' forecasts by more than a dollar a share. It also offered a disappointing outlook for the third quarter.

Technology is altering the work-life balance

Technology is not a neutral force. How it is used and applied has much to do with the intention of those who operate it. One area that causes consternation is how technology affects the work-life balance.

Bridgit brings digital transformation to construction sites

The construction site is rapidly transforming through the adoption of digital tools. Innovators are developing technology to help stakeholders deal with tasks in an effective and efficient way. Startup Bridgit is right at the heart of that effort.

Ex-Uber boss Kalanick is 'Steve Jobs-ing' search for a new CEO

Uber's search for a new CEO is full of Machiavellian drama. The company's former chief executive, Travis Kalanick, may have stepped down from the top position, but he's angling for a glorious return, according to a report in Recode.

New recommendations for implementing industry 4.0

Karlsruhe - Does the Internet of things, artificial intelligence, networked production, and so on mean that industry is the precipice of a new era? Yes, according to the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and it’s time for companies to accept this.

Cyberattacks: What businesses can do

The threat from the destructive piece of ransomware, dubbed WannaCry, has dissipated, but this doesn’t mean businesses are no longer vulnerable to attack. We take stock of the best advice for businesses.

Cybersecurity is a $81.7 billion market — startups raking it in

Last year, investors put $3.5 billion into cybersecurity companies via more than 400 deals, according to CB Insights. And those numbers may well go up this year — the first quarter of 2017 set a five-year record for deals in the private security space.

What it's like at Tesla when a new car is about to hit the street

Hokuto Ueda, a Harvard Business School grad who oversaw the launch of the Tesla Model S and the Gigafactory, describes what it's like launching a new vehicle at Tesla.
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