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Montreal Gazette - Business

Boucherville's MSB Group expanding in bid to ride business-jet recovery - Boucherville parts maker is betting new machinery and an expanded workforce will help it become more agile and improve lead times.

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Paul Delean: Living with other people can lead to tax complications

38 minutes ago

Plateau barbecue chicken resto Romados closes for good

1 day ago

'Like opening a new place': Montreal bar owners prepare to reopen

4 days ago

Flying taxis could poach passengers from planes, company says

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9 months ago

Canada's largest oilsands producers form alliance to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 -- The alliance will work with federal and Alberta governments to help Canada meet its climate goals

4 days ago

Canada's steel industry has a secret weapon that could soon beat China's cheaper bids -- Canadian steel has one of the lowest carbon footprints in the world, a standard that may soon carry more weight than price

25 days ago

Hydro-Québec says record power exports reinforce confidence in 2021 profit target -- Net income for the first three months of 2021 climbed to $1.64 billion, the Montreal-based utility said Friday.

28 days ago

Cyber attack shuts down U.S. fuel pipeline 'jugular' -- Top U.S. fuel pipeline operator Colonial Pipeline shut its entire network, the source of nearly half of the U.S. East Coast's fuel supply, after a cyber attack on Friday that involved ransomware.

1 month ago

The anti-Tesla: Ballard bets the day has finally come for tech Elon Musk called 'mind-bogglingly stupid' -- After 40 years on the brink, Ballard Power, backed by heavyweights like Ford, Daimler and China's Weichai, may actually get its breakthrough

1 month ago

Quebec's cannabis profits nearly double in a year -- $188 million in profits and taxes, with more than twice as much product sold.

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One password allowed hackers to disrupt Colonial Pipeline, CEO tells senators -- Security experts call the use of a single-factor login system a sign of poor cybersecurity "hygiene."

5 days ago

Twitter finds its AI tends to crop out Black people, men from photos -- The study by three of its machine learning researchers was conducted after user criticism last year about image previews in posts excluding Black people's faces.

26 days ago

Facebook deploys special team as Israel-Gaza conflict spreads across social media -- Misinformation, hate speech and calls for violence have circulated on social media platforms amid the deadly fighting.

26 days ago

Farmers decry agricultural land in Beauharnois being rezoned for Google data centre -- Since the property is zoned as agricultural land, an equivalent area nearby will be re-zoned to avoid disrupting agricultural activities.

1 month ago

Peloton reverses course, decides to recall treadmills after injuries, death -- Reports of dozens of incidents of children being sucked beneath its machines have been a shadow over Peloton in the last few months.

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2 months ago

Lightspeed CEO sees sales growth accelerating as global economies reopen -- Revenue in fiscal 2022, which began April 1, will probably rise at least 94 per cent.

21 days ago

Entrepreneurship the next trick for these two Cirque du Soleil artists -- BMX daredevils reinvented themselves during the pandemic as small business owners by opening Shop Santé in Pointe-Claire.

1 month ago

Mother and daughters start Heavenly Applesauce business -- West Island senior's homemade applesauce is marketed through word of mouth and Facebook page.

1 month ago

Independent bookstore grows their business during pandemic -- Librairie Clio, which has moved into the former garden centre location in Pointe-Claire Plaza, aims to cultivate a community of readers.

1 month ago

Montreal textile designer Maison Tess wants customers to donate their returns -- The Montreal company is no longer accepting returns, instead refunding customers and suggesting places to donate the items.

1 month ago

Montreal's Top Employers: Winners' list -- The following organizations have been chosen as Montreal's Top Employers for 2021 (employee count refers to full-time staff):

4 months ago

Agile companies put employees first as they adjust to pandemic -- COVID-19 has presented challenges for workplaces unlike anything previously experienced, but top businesses are managing their way.

4 months ago

Helping Canadians during the pandemic brings sense of pride -- The pandemic has brought much uncertainty to peoples' lives. But it has also fostered a sense of pride in employees who are helping make Canadians' lives better.

4 months ago

ABB's first priority is caring for its people -- When Moneeb Durrani needed a prescription filled last March, he ran into a roadblock. His pharmacist said it had expired, leaving him stuck. Fortunately, his employer, ABB Inc., had added a 24/7 telemedicine service to cover emergencies like this during the pandemic.

4 months ago

An environment of sensitivity at Air Canada -- Daniel Lapensée knows all about the value of sensitivity. In his time off in the past, he spent a lot of time volunteering in bereavement counselling and visiting people in hospital. Now, at Air Canada , he is estates and third-party requests manager, which means he oversees the airline's interactions with the estates of employees who have died, or its responses to inquiries about staff or retirees from banks, insurance companies and the like.

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