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Q5 Innovations bets on high-tech camera

Sage Baker may not be able to see into the future, but the founder and CEO of Victoria-based Q5 Innovations very likely has a better picture of it after test results of her company's polarization camera showed it is breaking new ground.

Britain's economy shrinks less than expected, but recession continues

Britain's economy shrank by 0.5 per cent between April and June - slightly less than previously feared - though the revised official figures published Friday still show the country is stuck in recession.

Resolute Forest to restart mill

Resolute Forest Products Inc. is preparing to restart its paper mill in Dolbeau-Mistassini, Que., providing direct employment for 135 people.

Ruffell and Brown: 25 years

Interior-design business specializes in a full-range of window coverings

Score Media shares soar on Rogers reports

Shares of Score Media Inc. jumped nearly 47 per cent Friday following reports that the specialty TV sports broadcaster was in discussions to be purchased by Rogers Communications.

LG making new display screens

Flat-screen maker LG Display has started mass production of a new and thinner display, widely speculated to be for use in Apple's next iPhone, and the display's production schedule remains in line with customers' product release plans, LG said.
Black wants oral hearing on Order

Black wants oral hearing on Order

Conrad Black has a way with words, government lawyers say, and the Order of Canada advisory council is well aware of that - he gave them a copy of his latest book.

U.S. judge lowers boom on infomercial makers

A U.S. judge has issued a $478-million judgment against the marketers of a series of get-rich-quick real estate infomercials that the Federal Trade Commission said duped a million consumers with their claims.

Sony cellphone unit cuts 1,000

Sony's cellphone division is cutting 1,000 jobs, or 15 per cent of its global workforce, mostly in Sweden over the next two fiscal years through March 2014. Sony Mobile Communications said the job cuts are an effort to reduce costs and boost profits.

Google has headstart in North

Stephen Harper's not the only one who wants to put the Arctic on the map. As Harper's northern tour touched down in Nunavut, a team from search engine giant Google was already on the ground.