Canadian universities hit by worst research funding slump in 10 years

Research funding at Canadian universities hit $6.6 billion in 2011, a paltry 2.2 per cent rise from the $6.48 billion raised for R&D in 2010 – and the smallest gain in the past

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: October 18th, 2012 Christine Wong

Toronto’s startup success celebrated too early

Toronto’s startup community has been somewhat deflated by a recent blog post from the Startup Genome project. The irony is that Startup Genome had been the source of that misplaced pride just several

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: April 24th, 2012 Brian Jackson

Toronto ranked fourth best startup ecosystem

Some Canadian cities are being recognized by an American project to use data to measure the success of the world's top entrepreneurial ecosystems. Startup Genome is ranking Toronto as the fourth-best startup ecosystem

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: April 11th, 2012 ITBusiness Staff

Startup news Round-up: March 28, 2012

Here's startup news making headlines at other news sites and blogs around the Web: Google's report on search engine marketing for sites with top rankings, Canada lags when it comes to using mobile

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: March 28th, 2012 ITBusiness Staff

Software alliance connects intellectual property to cloud computing growth

Canada is a laggard among developing countries when it comes to having government policies that promote the growth of cloud computing services, according to an alliance representing the world's leading software brands. Canada

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: February 22nd, 2012 Brian Jackson

Google downgrades Chrome search results for breaking own rules

Google is giving itself the digital equivalent of 100 lashes by downgrading the search result ranking of the company's own Web browser, Google Chrome, for 60 days.The decision came after recent reports that

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: January 5th, 2012 Ian Paul