Five Tools You Should Be Using To Hit Your Sales Goals While Working Remotely

‘Give people back their goddamn freedom’: Musk’s rant puts Tesla’s hot streak at risk: Bloomberg News

Elon Musk went on a profane rant during another emotive Tesla Inc. earnings call, excoriating stay-at-home orders that are putting the electric-car maker’s red-hot run at risk. “This is fascist. This is not democratic, this is not freedom,” the chief executiv…

Talking Crypto: Learn to really understand the world of cryptocurrency: Leigh Taveroff

Learn to separate your blockchains from your Bitcoin before you return to the office full time

McDonald’s profit misses estimates as restaurants limit services: Reuters

The company said it had resumed operations in a majority of its restaurants in China

Howard Levitt: Parents are on double duty during the pandemic. Employers must accommodate — up to a point: Howard Levitt

With the government encouraging people to stay in, we are quickly forgetting that legally employees have no right to work from their homes

Five tools you should be using to hit your sales goals while working remotely: Postmedia Network

Making sales used to require in-person meetings and business travel. Working remotely has made achieving sales targets even more challenging.

Why infrastructure spending should play a major role in the next phase of our economy’s recovery: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: Big projects stand a much greater chance of generating economic activity, and according to the Chamber of Commerce, there are plenty of ‘shovel-worthy’ candidates

Stock markets are surging, but has this rebound come too far, too fast?: Victor Ferreira

Many market analysts and money managers are wary — and preaching caution to investors

‘A tale of 14 days’: Home cooking and panic buying beefs up Loblaw’s sales by 10%: Jake Edmiston

Customer counts and basket size spiked four fold

Microsoft sales rise as remote working buoys cloud services: Bloomberg News

Microsoft CEO's years-long push for the company to focus on cloud software pays off

Facebook shares rise after it reports signs of stability in ad spending: Reuters

Facebook said advertising revenue in first three weeks of April was about flat compared to the same period a year ago

Oil majors need support now to drive Canada’s economic recovery in coming months: Cenovus: Geoffrey Morgan

'We’ve been hearing for weeks that support is coming. Weeks have passed and the industry is still waiting,' Cenovus CEO said

U.S. Federal Reserve holds rate, warns of ‘tremendous’ hardship caused by coronavirus: Read the official statement: Financial Post Staff

'Federal Reserve is committed to using its full range of tools to support the U.S. economy in this challenging time'

Fed sees ‘medium-term’ risks from pandemic, restates pledge to keep rates near zero: Bloomberg News

Officials Wednesday left unchanged their vague guidance on the future path of rates

Some surprising green shoots in new survey that reveals the world of pain Canadian businesses are facing: Vanmala Subramaniam

50% have seen more than a 20% drop in revenue, but 62% said they could return to normal operations within month if lockdown measures removed

You don’t know millennials! They have been most disciplined in this bear market: Wealthsimple: Larysa Harapyn

Michael Katchen, CEO of Wealthsimple, talks about investing strategies of millennials in this bear market

‘It’s better to be the one with dry powder’: How an Ontario pension manager is weathering the pandemic: Barbara Shecter

The crisis has meant taking stock and embarking on a slow, measured approach to new investments and looking for partners to take advantage of the disruption

Elon Musk lashes out against coronavirus lockdowns: ‘FREE AMERICA NOW’: Bloomberg News

Musk put out a series of tweets Tuesday night advocating for the economy to reopen

Maple Leaf expects higher pork demand from Asia after quarterly sales jumps 13%: Reuters

The company had a bump in sales in the quarter as consumers stockpiled food

This crisis has exposed that Canada’s economic policy is designed for a world that no longer exists: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: The Washington Consensus is dead; but COVID-19 has revealed that a ‘challenge-driven industrial strategy’ could work

America’s longest economic expansion is over — and the deepest recession in at least eight decades has begun: Bloomberg News

GPD falls 4.8%, consumer spending down most since 1980, business investment plummets to 11-year low

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