BNN interview on AIG bonuses

For those who missed it, one of our team members was interviewed on Kim Parlee’s BNN Business News Network show at 4:15 p.m. today. Topic today was the AIG bonus controversy. Here’s the link to today’s AIG spot. AO

 
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Join our NCAA basketball tourney

Published on March 18, 2009 by in General

You are a kind bunch to stop by here from time to time, but how good are you at picking NCAA basketball teams? We have set up an electronic Final Four tournament if any of our readers are interested in joining. Two categories – free or $20 for the entry; enter at CBS Sports. Our

 
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Ontario Government as V.C.?

What’s that well-worn phrase, “government’s shouldn’t pick winners and losers”? If you’re a purist, hold onto your chair. The press release is skinny on details, but the Ontario government has just announced a new $250 million fund that will, it appears, co-invest with “qualified venture capital funds and private sector investors. The fund would match

 
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Versant Partners note on MKS / BMC deal

Not all of the news in small cap tech land is bad. This research note on Wellington Financial Fund I portfolio co. MKS Inc. (MKX:TSX) comes from Versant Partners. As MKS demonstrates by this BMC reseller deal, there are still ways to grow your revenue pipeline, even during a deep recession: “EVENT MKS announced this

 
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Good news may be in offing for Ontario’s Innovation Economy

This just in from one of our eagle-eyed sources: The Ontario government is set to announce a plan worth more than $200 million today to drive investment into emerging technology companies amid a credit market crunch that has made it tough to raise venture capital. A government spokeswoman said the initiative will target companies in

 
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