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Solar energy continues to gain steam - Toronto Star
Access to Capital-Not for All - Is the Small Business … - Emediawire (press release)
Friday Club: Where the Global Tribe Gathers - BusinessWeek
TechCrunch Blogger Michael Arrington Can Generate Buzz … and Cash (Wired News)To the world outside Silicon Valley's tight-knit community of startups, venture capitalists, and angel investors, TechCrunch is just another mouthy blog. But to entrepreneurs in the white-hot consumer Internet boom, Arrington has become a power broker.
Show Me the Money—Maybe - Wall Street Journal
$80m shot in arm for Australian innovation - Queensland Business Review
Red Herring Announces Speakers for Red Herring Japan, July 22-24 in Kyoto, Japan (Business Wire viaTOKYO----Red Herring, Inc. is pleased to announce the speakers participating in the Red Herring Japan Conference, July 22-24 in Kyoto, Japan. This year's conference theme is "Insights," and speakers will delve into Japan's technology ecosystem and celebrate its numerous, often underrepresented, innovators -- companies disrupting the business of technology in sectors such as Web 2.0, Digital ...
Danone under pressure to quit China venture - The Australian
Company Stumbles its way to $75 million / Internet startup’s unconventional path leads it from CanadWhat's in a name? For Internet startup StumbleUpon, the name practically tells the company's story. For starters, the name describes how people use its technology: They stumble from one Web site to another, clicking a button that they put in their...
Company Stumbles its way to $75 million - San Francisco Chronicle
Red Herring Announces Speakers for Red Herring Japan, July 22-24 in Kyoto, Japan (Business Wire viaRed Herring, Inc. is pleased to announce the speakers participating in the Red Herring Japan Conference, July 22-24 in Kyoto, Japan. This year's conference theme is "Insights," and speakers will delve into Japan's technology ecosystem and celebrate its numerous, often underrepresented, innovators -- companies disrupting the business of technology in sectors such as Web 2.0, Digital Living, ...
Friendly Face of the Web (RedNova)By Rourke, Chris What an exciting 10 years of digital user experiences we have had. The extent of this evolution becomes clear when you compare today's web sites with those from Revolution'5 early days.
Cool web apps for everyone - Webware/Cnet
Social networking on the Web for man's best friend - Taipei Times
Sneaky Web Apps to Get The Stealth Treatment (InternetNews.com)Startup Palo Alto Networks proposes a new firewall for detecting sneaky Web 2.0 applications and threats.
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The Canadian-born, U.S.-headquartered MDC Partners has acquired a majority stake in Capital C and Kenna, two Toronto-area agencies.
GigPark announced on August 24th, that they had been purchased by the Yellow Pages. Hey Noah, congratulations to you and the team there.
The Ontario government is doing something truly unique and laudable says John Albright of JLA Ventures. Last week Ontario's Ministry of Research and Innovation announced a new $205-million fund to help stimulate the province's early-stage ventures.
According to a University of Laval Professor, Canada's Labour Sponsor Funds kill innovation rather than create it. Read the press release here.
MediaScrape lands new venture round of $3.2 million. Chris Dingle has been appointed President and Chief Technology Officer. Mr. Dingle was the founding CTO of 24/7 Real Media which sold recently to WPP for $637 million.
University Technologies International (UTI) - IGNITE - announces the closing of two first-round financings for two IGNITE companies, Profero Energy Inc. and Circle Cardiovascular Imaging Inc.
Kleer Inc. based in California but with a plant in Ottawa landed a $28 million round for its wireless audio product development.
The Ottawa Citizen ran this story a few days ago. We've been saying this for years now. When will the public sector make it easier for investment in the province's tech sector?
Rick Nathan of the Canadian Venture Capital Association has an optimistic view of the current credit crunch.
MSBi Capital announces the addition of two new partners François Gauvin and John Elton.