Technology

Fostering tomorrow’s Internet: The shortcomings of net neutrality

To ensure the future Internet is fit for purpose, we must move away from the one-size-fits-all approach, says Dr. Christopher Yoo, John H. Chestnut professor of law, communication, and computer and information science at the University of Pennsylvania Law School

Why Now Is the Time for Canadian Companies to Go Global: Montreal

Canadian companies should capitalize now on international business opportunities by tapping into their global competitive advantages (GCAs).

Why Now Is the Time for Canadian Companies to Go Global: Vancouver

Canadian companies should capitalize now on international business opportunities by tapping into their global competitive advantages (GCAs).

Treasury trends in Asia: ‘The road ahead for treasurers’

Regulation across Asia, and beyond, is having a profound macro-level effect on corporate treasury activities. In parallel, the ongoing drive for efficiency is triggering some significant changes in the location and deployment of treasury and shared service centres. Mark Troutman, Regional Head of Sales of Global Payments and Cash Management for Asia-Pacific, and Yvonne Yiu, Acting Head of Global Payments and Cash Management for Asia-Pacific, at HSBC, discuss some of the most significant trends in the Asia-Pacific region from the perspective of corporate treasurers who are responding to them.

Aerospace firm’s strategy takes flight abroad

B.C.-based Cascade Aerospace banks on its engineering skills to win foreign contracts

These likely economic powerhouses have young populations, growing wealth and good trade links

Tech firm expands worldwide via ‘white label’ strategy

Nova Scotia-based SimplyCast enlists sellers in 175 countries to handle its marketing software

Creating a Greater China cash management strategy

Despite the publicity surrounding the internationalisation of the renminbi (RMB), a significant number of corporations continue to postpone the development of their cash management strategy for Greater China. Typically, this is because treasurers and finance directors believe there are still many technological and infrastructure hurdles to make the process worthwhile. But as Lewis Sun, Head of Sales China, Global Payments and Cash Management at HSBC explains, this assumption is no longer correct and implementing such a strategy now can reap substantive dividends in terms of both local and global working capital efficiency.

Hong Kong an ideal hot spot for Canadian business

The island’s commerce-friendly environment serves as a springboard for expansion into China

Research reveals that these patent litigation battles have little effect on the market regardless of international jurisdictions.

Space research led B.C. firm to more worldly success

Redlen’s groundbreaking radiation-detection technology used in medical tools, security field

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