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AvidBiologics Closes New Financing Round - DigitalJournal.com

AvidBiologics Closes New Financing Round
DigitalJournal.com
Today's financing builds on prior support from the Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE), the National Research Council of Canada's Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP), Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation's Business Accelerator ...

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Chicago accelerator bets on startups from Turkey - Chicago Tribune

Chicago accelerator bets on startups from Turkey
Chicago Tribune
India and China may get a lot of attention for their potential to produce startups, but a group led by a Chicago transplant is betting on Turkey. Chicago-based accelerator Sente Advisory Services works with Turkish “technoparks,” university-run hubs ...

[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 09/29
Sean Park: Aiming to profit from seismic shifts - Financial News

Sean Park: Aiming to profit from seismic shifts
Financial News
He chose Paris because of the language, having studied at a bilingual school in Canada growing up. He said: “I remember vaguely resenting my parents because I had to go to this special school and I couldn't go to the school across the street with all ...

[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 09/28
Helping algae grow has become a growth industry for MSU spinoff - Crain’s Detroit Business

Helping algae grow has become a growth industry for MSU spinoff
Crain's Detroit Business
Since then, Phenometrics has been able to fund growth through sales -- an enviable position for a tech startup. The company is profitable and hasn't had to take on any equity capital, either in the form of angel or venture capital investments ...

[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 09/28
Energy rip-off, Enron-style - Barre Montpelier Times Argus

Energy rip-off, Enron-style
Barre Montpelier Times Argus
ECP will profit handily from their own paper tiger — silent proceeds flowing like electric current to investors, steered directly through ECP's five other New England venture capital energy plants. ... I'm worried, too, that today it's FERC that's ...

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Energy rip-off, Enron-style - Barre Montpelier Times Argus

Energy rip-off, Enron-style
Barre Montpelier Times Argus
ECP will profit handily from their own paper tiger — silent proceeds flowing like electric current to investors, steered directly through ECP's five other New England venture capital energy plants. ... I'm worried, too, that today it's FERC that's ...

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[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 09/27
Energy rip-off, Enron-style - Rutland Herald

Energy rip-off, Enron-style
Rutland Herald
ECP will profit handily from their own paper tiger — silent proceeds flowing like electric current to investors, steered directly through ECP's five other New England venture capital energy plants. ... I'm worried, too, that today it's FERC that's ...

[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 09/27
Leading Canadian scientist’s biggest challenge? Funding fatigue - The Globe and Mail

Leading Canadian scientist's biggest challenge? Funding fatigue
The Globe and Mail
Most scientists bristle at the notion of the research enterprise being a business – it's more of a calling, to use a cliché – but labs depend on entrepreneurship and venture capital (or, more precisely, venture philanthropy) to be successful. The ...

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No Need For Cash Pile If Start-Up Leader Has A Strong Idea And A Clear Vision - Forbes

No Need For Cash Pile If Start-Up Leader Has A Strong Idea And A Clear Vision
Forbes
This IRISS technology was licensed to many of the world's leading camera brands before Pixology was sold to a Canadian business. ... Having worked in venture capital after his initial business, Yashiv was aware of the pitfalls of taking that financing ...

[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 09/26
No Need For Cash Pile If Start-Up Leader Has A Strong Idea And A Clear Vision - Forbes

No Need For Cash Pile If Start-Up Leader Has A Strong Idea And A Clear Vision
Forbes
This IRISS technology was licensed to many of the world's leading camera brands before Pixology was sold to a Canadian business. ... Having worked in venture capital after his initial business, Yashiv was aware of the pitfalls of taking that financing ...

[email this story] Posted by Robert Ouellette on 09/26
Funding ideas for startups that don’t want VC money - The Globe and Mail

Funding ideas for startups that don't want VC money
The Globe and Mail
Though venture capital funding is often seen as the most desirable method for securing the capital necessary to move a business forward, there are a variety of options Canadian entrepreneurs should consider at various stages of their development as well.

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Is BlackBerry’s Passport hip, or just square? - Fortune

Is BlackBerry's Passport hip, or just square?
Fortune
Reviewers in BlackBerry's native land of Canada aren't loving the Passport either. Raju Mudhar at the Toronto Star says the phone “is reminiscent of an old school calculator.” Re/Code's review notes that watching videos on the square screen isn't ideal ...

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CPPIB invests $325 mln in Vestar-backed 21st Century Oncology - Thomson Reuters’ peHUB (press releas

Thomson Reuters' peHUB (press release)

CPPIB invests $325 mln in Vestar-backed 21st Century Oncology
Thomson Reuters' peHUB (press release)
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has made a $325 million investment in 21st Century Oncology, a portfolio company of Vestar. Based in Fort Myers, Florida, 21st Century Oncology is provider of cancer care services. As a result of the transaction, ...

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BlackBerry faces steep challenge as it aims for turnaround - Fortune

BlackBerry faces steep challenge as it aims for turnaround
Fortune
The Canada-based company on Friday reported it recognized hardware revenue on about 2.1 million smartphones for the quarter ended Aug. 30, a tiny figure compared to the over 10 million smartphones Apple AAPL sold over the weekend after the debut of ...

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Funding ideas for startups that don’t want VC money - The Globe and Mail

Funding ideas for startups that don't want VC money
The Globe and Mail
It's no secret that venture capital in Canada is hard to come by, and as Canadian small businesses struggle to find investors, entrepreneurs need to consider non-traditional financing options. The investment landscape is competitive; venture ...

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Celtic House Venture Partners of K-W invested in Dublin-based RedMere last week.

Rogers Media and CTVglobemedia Inc. announce that Rogers Broadcasting will acquire certain Canadian conventional and specialty television services from CTVglobemedia Inc.

Emerald Technology Ventures announces it closed its second cleantech focused venture fund with commitments of CA$210 million.

Cytochroma announces it secured $3 million in new funding from the Canadian Medical Discoveries Fund Inc. (CMDF) and University Medical Discoveries Inc. (UMDI).

Argon Venture Partners announces the opening of U.S. and Canada offices in Calgary, Alberta, and Silicon Valley, California.

Kensington Capital appointments Graeme Johnson to Managing Director and member of the Investment Committee.

Geosign makes Brandon Nussey Chief Financial Officer.

American Capital Strategies Ltd. acquired a $160 million minority equity stake in the Geosign Group of Companies, a Guelph firm.

The Ottawa-based maker of Ethernet wireless technology, DragonWave Inc., announces it led a preliminary prospectus with securities regulators.

Wellington Financial LP announces a $6.4 million debenture financing with Mississauga-based BorderWare Technologies Inc. The venture loan will fuel growth opportunities for the company.

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