Nothing Spooky About Ghost Kitchens

When you order takeout on a food app, you may assume it's being made in a restaurant kitchen, but that is increasingly not the case. Ghost kitchens — dedicated no-frills spaces made to churn out delivery orders — are becoming more prevalent. 
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What Does $1.75 Billion Buy?

If you're well-funded streaming service Quibi, the answer is apparently: about 6 months.
 
The tech "startup" is shutting itself down after raising huge amounts of capital and launching in April.
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Space X Microsoft

Fresh off announcing an approval from the CRTC, Space X is launching a new collab, this time with Microsoft to bring their Azure cloud computing platform to the great beyond.
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Canadian Corporate Ch-Ch-Ch-Chhanges

Turn and face the recognizable new faces on top of corporate Canada, as Bell Media, Laurentian Bank and Magna International have all installed new execs.
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Google Walks Into A Barr

Every wonder how a noun becomes a verb? Why we don’t use a ‘search engine’, but rather we ‘Google’ something? No, it’s not because Larry and Sergey built a great product and are marketing whizzes. According to a new antitrust lawsuit from the US Department of Justice, it’s the result of behind the scenes use of  market power to illegally exert control over an industry.
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Peak Picks

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Leftovers

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Stargazing

This is the biggest Canadian business story no one is talking about. Yesterday, SpaceX announced they received CRTC approval for their Basic International Telecommunications Services license.
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Battery Beware

This month, US safety regulators opened an investigation into more than 77,000 Chevy Bolts after two owners complained of fires that began in the area where the engine sits. Both Hyundai and BMW have issued vehicle recalls over similar issues.
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The Great Leap Back (to December)

It's been almost nine months since COVID-19 reached Canadian shores and it feels like we're back to square-one. But China is offering a glimpse into what a return to normalcy looks like.
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