3M files lawsuits for price gouging of N95 masks
Courts have issued six temporary restraining orders and four preliminary injunctions so far.
China says it’s not trying to replace US, won’t be bullied
Response to AG Barr who cautioned American business leaders against promoting policies favourable to Beijing.
Schooling plans uncertainty has working moms mulling workforce exit
Anything short of complete school reopening presents a crucial challenge for women in the workforce and their families.
Nexii is building three new green construction plants
Production facilities in Toronto, Alberta and Hazelton, Pa. will create 450 jobs.
CERB a top reason workers refuse to return to work: CFIB
Emergency benefit appears to be impeding small companies from staffing up as they reopen their businesses.
What’s next? Bringing operations back up to speed
Points to consider as manufacturing gets back to business.
Meet the new brew crew: Station Beverage’s cold coffee takes off
Innovation and a beer-inspired process take canned beverages to commercial reality.
Experts say Twitter breach troubling, undermines trust
Hackers used social engineering to target Twitter’s employees and then gained access to the high-profile accounts.
As Trump attacks, China sees a worrying trend for its future
The tone could change if Biden is elected in November, but the underlying issues will remain.
Huawei hopes to provide 5G to Canada despite Trump, Five Eyes
Trudeau government decision on hold following China’s ongoing imprisonment of two Kovrig and Spavor.
Apple wins big EU court case over US$15B in taxes
EU Commission claimed in 2016 Apple had struck an illegal tax deal with Irish authorities that allowed it to pay extremely low rates.
World markets mostly higher on hopes for coronavirus vaccine
Focus was on news scientists soon will begin a 30,000-person study of the experimental vaccine developed by Moderna.
Europe’s shift to electric cars picks up despite recession
Sales of internal combustion cars have fallen, demand for battery-only cars and hybrids has been stable or even increased.
Eclipse gets $1.4M in funding from Ontario for N95 masks
Part of the province’s plan to increase the capacity of Ontario-made PPE.
H-Source, Relevium partner to develop global supply of PPE
Platform centralizes procurement of medical surgical supplies for hospitals, governments and businesses.