Online channels and the in-store experience both play crucial roles in the purchase journey
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Major Hotel Customers Hit by Data Breach
Kids Take on Media: First-ever national survey of Canadian children and adolescents reveals their media habits
Canadian children's and adolescents' attitudes and behavior regarding media are wide-ranging, and yet most interact with media without the benefit of guidance from parents and teachers.
Halogen Software Named a University Business Magazine Readers Choice Top Product Award Winner
University Business readers endorse the Halogen eAppraisal™ solution for making a positive impact at colleges and universities
Target Malware Allegedly Written by Russian Pair
BlackPOS was first developed in March of last year, according to IntelCrawler, and its original name was Kaptoxa, Russian slang for a potato.
The shopping habits of more than 100,000 Canadians are revealed with BrandSpark annual Canadian Shopper Study
Want to quit your job? New app does it for you via text message
Online shopping gains momentum during 2013 pre-holiday season
Moneris Solutions Corporation, Canada's largest credit and debit card processor, announced that 2013 pre-holiday online consumer spending increased by 14.54 per cent compared to last year, while in-store shopping decreased slightly - by -2.06 per cent - during the same period.
BlackBerry Announces Five-Year Strategic Partnership with Foxconn
The Company announced that it has entered into a five-year strategic partnership with Foxconn, the world’s largest manufacturer of electronic products and components.
Target Confirms Unauthorized Access to Payment Card Data in U.S. Stores
Target confirmed it is aware of unauthorized access to payment card data that may have impacted certain guests making credit and debit card purchases in its U.S. stores. Target is working closely with law enforcement and financial institutions, and has identified and resolved the issue.
Online Savings Literally at Your Fingertips
Save.ca launches a new mobile App for shoppers to access savings on the go
Advancements in technology tell retailers what kind of shopper you are
U.S. marketers and mobile app developers have developed creative new ways to help shoppers find what they want for less.
Opportunity still exists for Canadian schools to leverage technology in the classroom
Forty-two per cent of schools in Canada have not adopted mobile learning in classrooms; tablets cited as the most desirable technology for teaching
Holiday shopping tips from airmilesshops.ca
Holiday shopping can be time consuming, expensive and downright stressful, especially for those busy moms who often take on the bulk of the job. airmilesshops.ca and blogger Lena Almeida, a busy mom of two, have partnered to provide Canadian shoppers with tips to make this year's holiday shopping easy, fun and full of reward miles!
Tis the Season for Holiday Deals: Amazon.ca Opens Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals Stores
Starting today through December 31, shoppers will find hundreds of deals on gift items from top brands such as Toshiba, Keurig, Samsung, Crayola, KitchenAid, Nikon, and more
Canadians embracing the next generation of television with Bell
On World TV Day, Bell highlights its fast growth in television services, ongoing investment in new broadband networks, innovative new choices for consumers
At this restaurant, the hostess is a hologram
Samsung Electronics Canada Strengthens National Retail Presence to Provide Consumers with Connected Shopping Experiences
Samsung Electronics Canada, the Canadian subsidiary of the world’s number one smartphone manufacturer announced its plans to expand its Canadian retail footprint.