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Joe Natale + Darren Entwistle Telus | BCBusiness

Darren Entwistle replaces Telus CEO who won't move to Vancouver

Plus, presidential moves at UBC and traffic moves on Georgia Street

CEOs | Education | Lower Mainland
Vancouver startup ranking | BCBusiness

Where does Vancouver rank as a startup city?

Plus, a boost for the B.C. wine industry and a retiring Vancouver planner

Start Ups | Politics & Policy | Entrepreneurs
Uber in Seattle | BCBusiness

Why Vancouver has been slow to adopt the sharing economy

The sharing economy has upended established markets and irritated entrenched industries in cities around the world. The West Coast of North America is particularly fertile ground for this libertarian, tech-forward way of living, with Uber, Lyft, Airbnb and other now-multibillion-dollar enterprises dominating the competitive landscape. So why has Vancouver been so slow to hop on board?

Consumer Insight | Legal | Lower Mainland
Recon Instruments | BCBusiness

Intel buys Vancouver smartwear company Recon Instruments

Plus, Harbour Air heads to China and LNG Canada's good to go

Pipelines | Travel
Grouplend CEO Kevin Sandhu | BCBusiness

Can Grouplend convince Canadians to borrow money online?

Vancouver startup Grouplend brings peer-to-peer lending to Canada, finally

Entrepreneurs | Digital | Consumer Insight

Malaysia takes a $27-million liking to B.C.'s General Fusion

Plus, Bob Rennie on #donthaveamillion and a Conservative gift to North Vancouver approaches its best-before date

Research | Politics & Policy

Federal NDP courts tech companies like Hootsuite over C-51

Ryan Holmes takes to Twitter in the aftermath of Bill C-51 and Victoria gets a sunny economic forecast

Politics & Policy | Economy

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