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In the news … Tuesday, May 14, 2019

IPhone owners can sue Apple for monopolizing App Store, Supreme Court rules

A group of iPhone owners accusing Apple of violating US antitrust rules because of its App Store monopoly can sue the company, the Supreme Court ruled Monday.

Justice Brett Kavanaugh, in the majority opinion, said that when “retailers engage in unlawful anticompetitive conduct that harms consumers,” people buying those companies’ products have the right to hold the businesses to account.


OPINION: Embracing mobile technology could transform home health care

This is a critical time for health care in Canada. Life expectancy continues to rise, the proportion of seniors in the population keeps growing, and more and more of us are living with chronic diseases. It all points toward a major shift that’s needed – away from hospitals and into our homes.


Why you should generate your own leads

Lead generation is the lifeblood of your real estate business.

Yes, your sphere of influence should be a reliable source of business. Referral and repeat clients are the results of being a trusted advisor in your community.


Online shopping, customer experience, AI: 5 killer stats to start your week

Most marketers are using AI but are disappointed in the results
The percentage of marketers using artificial intelligence (AI) has climbed from 43% in 2016 to 88% today, indicating AI’s increasing advances in marketing technology, as well as marketers’ desire for better decisions, greater productivity, and faster execution.


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