Meng Wanzhou was detained in Vancouver on Saturday.
About 1,000 employees will remain at six Honeywell locations in New Jersey.
Advocates of mobile virtual network operators argue that they could provide a lower-cost alternative to Canadians but Canadian regulations tend to favour network operators that own their facilities.
Report says Chinese hacking efforts aimed at stealing American technology and trade secrets have “increased in frequency and sophistication” this year.
Department plans to hire a company to test employees with phoney phishing messages.
Greg Foran, who used to head Walmart’s China business, says he’s always looking to new technology that improves efficiency.
Toronto’s hopes of hosting Amazon’s new HQ have been dashed.
Some argue the new rules don’t go far enough, and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner needs enforcement powers.
It is the biggest acquisition in IBM’s century-long history.
In recent quarters, Sony’s PlayStation 4 video game operations, especially software sales, have been doing well.
Tim Cook applauded EU authorities for bringing in a strict new data privacy law in May, the GDPR.
Toymaker says it will cut jobs.
$8 billion on staff and contractors, $4 billion on software/hardware, $2 billion on other measures.
Partnership will make use of 48 7-Eleven locations in Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Edmonton.
Retail chain seeks to improve integration between its e-commerce business and physical locations.