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Blackhawks Banter: Expectations, Expansion & Anticipating 2021-22

Welcome to our weekly Blackhawks Banter column, where we discuss all things Chicago Blackhawks. Yes, it’s the offseason for our friends in the red, white and black. But there’s plenty…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Chicago Blackhawks, Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith, Blackhawks Banter


Predators News & Rumors: Jack Adams Votes, Juuse Saros & UFA Decisions

In this edition of Nashville Predators News & Rumors, we look at the fascinating Jack Adams votes handed out to the current head coach and a former one, too. We…
Tags: Column, Sport, Nashville, Hockey, Nashville Predators, Jack Adams, Juuse Saros, Jack Adams Award, News & Rumors, 2021 NHL Free Agency


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Zach Hyman’s Axiological Decision

On June 18 on the podcast Lead Off with Mike Zigomanis and Scott MacArthur, Elliotte Friedman talked about why he believes the Toronto Maple Leafs will have a difficult time…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Toronto Maple Leafs, Elliotte Friedman, Zach Hyman, Mike Zigomanis, Maple Leafs News, News & Rumors, Scott MacArthur Elliotte Friedman


Today in Hockey History: June 19

June 19 has seen the crowning of two Stanley Cup Champions over the years and a third memorable Stanley Cup Final game that ended with some overtime magic. Off the…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Cam Ward, Brent Seabrook, Brett Hull, Editor's Choice, Hockey History, Blackhawks History, Stars History, Hurricanes History


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Trading Morgan Rielly & Whining About Life

When it comes to business, I’m a sort of simple guy. I come from the school of “Buy low, sell high” or “Don’t spend more money than you have” or…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Toronto Maple Leafs, Morgan Rielly, Kyle Dubas, Maple Leafs News, News & Rumors


Predators News & Rumors: Ekholm’s Future, Expansion Picks & Forsberg

In this edition of Nashville Predators News & Rumors, we will go over something that was talked about briefly on The Hockey Writers’ show “Maple Leafs Lounge” involving Mattias Ekholm. Then, we’re…
Tags: Column, Sport, Nashville, Hockey, Nashville Predators, Mattias Ekholm, Filip Forsberg, Forsberg, Calle Jarnkrok, News & Rumors, Maple Leafs Lounge


Rangers News & Rumors: Gallant, Lundkvist, & More

Chris Drury didn’t waste too much time (about one month) in finding a new coach after firing David Quinn. The New York Rangers’ new president and general manager officially welcomed…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Rangers news, New York Rangers, Jaromir Jagr, Gerard Gallant, David Quinn, Chris Drury, Nils Lundkvist, News & Rumors, Gallant Lundkvist


Today in Hockey History: June 18

Although there have been no games played on this date, there has still been plenty of National Hockey League history made over the years. One of the greatest players to…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, National Hockey League, Barry Trotz, Bobby Orr, Hockey History, Bruins History, Martin St. Louis, Rangers History, Devils History, Lightning History


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Matthews, Spezza & More Hyman Rumors

In this edition of Toronto Maple Leafs News & Rumors, I’ll share some of the news emerging from the Maple Leafs’ organization. As well, I’ll look at and comment about…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Auston Matthews, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Jason Spezza, Zach Hyman, Maple Leafs News, Toronto Maple Leafs News Rumors, News & Rumors, Matthews Spezza


US lawmakers want to restrict police use of ‘Stingray’ cell tower simulators

Igor Bonifacic Contributor Share on Twitter Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. According to BuzzFeed News, Democratic Senator Ron Wyden and Representative Ted Lieu will introduce legislation later today that seeks to restrict police use of international mobile subscriber identity (IMSI) catchers. More commonly known as Stingrays, police frequently use IMSI catchers and cell-site simulators to collect informat...
Tags: Column, Technology, Mobile Security, California, Montana, US, Tech, Sms, Surveillance, Law Enforcement, Mobile Phones, United States, Telecommunications, Judge, District Of Columbia, Mobile Phone


How to launch a successful RPA initiative

Kevin Buckley Contributor Share on Twitter With more than 25 years of experience as a technical and business consultant, Kevin Buckley helps organizations improve business efficiencies, reduce business costs and improve business outcomes through software automation. Robotic process automation (RPA) is rapidly moving beyond the early adoption phase across verticals. Automating just basic workflow processes has resulted in such ...
Tags: Column, Enterprise, Tech, Ap, Automation, Workflow, SaaS, RPA, Business Process Management, Robotic Process Automation, Business Process Automation, Kevin Buckley, EC Enterprise Applications, EC Column, EC How To


5 tips for brands that want to succeed in the new era of influencer marketing

Eric Dahan Contributor Share on Twitter Eric Dahan is co-founder and CEO of Open Influence, one of the first agencies to embrace influencer marketing. If I told you a decade ago that a spin bike would be a social community, you’d have had a good laugh. But that’s precisely what Peloton is: A spin bike with a social community where the instructors are the influencers. Peloton is just one example of how social is being integrat...
Tags: Social, Column, Celebrity, Advertising Tech, Youtube, Marketing, Social Media, Tech, Influencer Marketing, Patreon, Online Advertising, Peloton, Eric Dahan, Tiktok, EC Column, EC Marketing Tech


Islanders Weekly: Heading Home Even With Lightning

Islanders Weekly is my series that looks at the performance and outlook of the New York Islanders. Every Thursday, we will take a look at the week that was for the…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, New York Islanders, Ryan Pulock, 2021 Stanley Cup Playoffs


Predators News & Rumors: Rinne Wins King Clancy, Cole Sillinger & Mikael Granlund

In this edition of Nashville Predators News & Rumors, the staple of Predators hockey, Pekka Rinne, took home the King Clancy Award for leadership on and off the ice. We…
Tags: Column, Sport, Nashville, Hockey, Nashville Predators, Rinne, Mikael Granlund, Pekka Rinne, King Clancy, News & Rumors, 2021 NHL Draft Rankings, Clancy Cole Sillinger


Maple Leafs News & Rumors: Eight Predictions for the 2021-22 Season

It was an interesting 2020-21 NHL regular season for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Honestly, I enjoyed the regular season more than any during the recent past. However, similar to most…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Auston Matthews, Toronto Maple Leafs, Alex Galchenyuk, Mitch Marner, Maple Leafs News, Ilya Mikheyev, News & Rumors, Toronto Maple Leafs Honestly


Companies should utilize real-time compensation data to ensure equal pay

Chris Jackson Contributor Share on Twitter Chris Jackson is the vice president of client development at CompTrak, a compensation management software provider based in Toronto. Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) initiatives are often thought to be an issue that can be solved by intuition by some segment of the HR team. However, in reality, it needs to come from a data-driven approach that encompasses the entire workforce. Th...
Tags: TC, Column, Sexism, Toronto, Tech, Diversity, Canada, United States, Business Intelligence, Human Resource Management, Mckinsey, Mercer, Chris Jackson, Diversity and Inclusion, Institute for Women 's Policy Research, Dei


No, NFTs aren’t copyrights

Harrison Jordan Contributor Share on Twitter Harrison Jordan is the founder and CEO of HUP.LIFE For contemporary artists, attaching work to the blockchain in the form of a non-fungible token (NFT) may seem like a secure and verifiable way to sell art online. In some ways, it is. Blockchain inherently records time-stamped data on all transactions, with a permanent indication of ownership across a distributed ledger. A look insi...
Tags: TC, Column, Twitter, Opinion, Tech, Gif, Canada, Sam Smith, Smith, William Shatner, Cryptocurrencies, Copyright Law, Wipo, Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, NFT


Dear Sophie: Is it possible to expand our startup in the US?

Sophie Alcorn Contributor Share on Twitter Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects people with the businesses and opportunities that expand their lives. More posts by this contributor Dear Sophie: What is a diversity green card and how do I apply for one? ...
Tags: Startups, Column, California, US, Tech, Diversity, Joe Biden, Iran, Policy, United States, Silicon Valley, State Department, Lawyers, Biden, Tehran, H-1b Visa


Devils News & Rumors: Ristolainen, Gostisbehere & More

Twenty-four hours ago, I said rumor season was slowly picking up. Well, it’s since changed quite a bit. In the last cycle of NHL news, we’ve seen the New Jersey…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, NHL, New Jersey Devils, Shayne Gostisbehere, Rasmus Ristolainen, Nathan Bastian, News & Rumors, Devils News, Ristolainen Gostisbehere


Today in Hockey History: June 16

There was only one game played on June 16, and it brought the Stanley Cup back to Motown for the second straight year. This date in National Hockey League also…
Tags: Column, Sport, Top Stories, Hockey, National Hockey League, Steve Yzerman, Martin Brodeur, Curtis Joseph, Hockey History, Bruins History, Blackhawks History, Red Wings History, Blues History


As the economy reopens, startups are uniquely positioned to recruit talent

Art Zeile Contributor Share on Twitter Art Zeile is the CEO of DHI Group, which operates Dice, the leading tech career marketplace connecting employers with skilled technology professionals. We are amidst a sprawling renegotiation between employers and employees as to the very nature of work, and no one has more leverage than skilled technologists — many of whom feel unmoored from their current jobs. Our 2021 Technologist Sent...
Tags: Startups, Column, Labor, Entrepreneurship, Tech, Recruiting, Recruitment, Tech Jobs, Zeile, DHI Group, Personnel, Tech Recruitment, EC Column, EC Future of Work


Canadians are polite, but we’re still recruiting your biotech talent, America

Michael May Contributor Share on Twitter Michael May is the president and CEO of the Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine. Jayson Myers Contributor Share on Twitter Jayson Myers is the CEO of Next Generation Manufacturing Canada. Canada made headlines during U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration for its efforts to lur...
Tags: Health, Startups, TC, Column, Stem, Toronto, America, Tech, Canada, Silicon Valley, Vancouver, Biotech, Donald Trump, Quebec, TCUK, Trump


Today in Hockey History: June 15

Hockey fans in Bean Town have enjoyed what they have seen on this date. Fans in the Windy City can’t complain either. This date has also seen numerous players join…
Tags: Column, Sport, Top Stories, Hockey, Duncan Keith, Wendel Clark, Tim Thomas, Hockey History, Bruins History, Blackhawks History, Ducks History, Maple Leafs History, Sabres History, Bean Town


Flames News & Rumors: Muller, MacLean, Tkachuk & More

In this edition of Calgary Flames News & Rumors, head coach Darryl Sutter made some changes to his coaching staff as he hired Kirk Muller as an associate coach and…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Calgary Flames, Matthew Tkachuk, Darryl Sutter, Oliver Kylington, Kirk Muller, Calgary Flames News Rumors, News & Rumors, Muller MacLean Tkachuk


The US should welcome refugees on humanitarian terms, not just economic ones

Vlad Magdalin Contributor Share on Twitter Vlad Magdalin is co-founder and CEO of Webflow, a no-code software development company. In December 1991, about 20 days before the Soviet Union formally disintegrated, my family landed in San Francisco as religious refugees fleeing persecution. I was a 9-year-old kid who had just experienced his first airplane trip and was utterly mesmerized by the skyscrapers of the city’s skyline a...
Tags: TC, Column, Technology, Congress, Opinion, Russia, US, San Francisco, Tech, Policy, United States, Soviet Union, World Relief, Webflow, Immigration Law, Vlad Magdalin


The demise of browser cookies could create a Golden Age of digital marketing

Hunter Jensen Contributor Share on Twitter Hunter Jensen is the CTO of Permission.io. Depending on whom you ask, the digital advertising industry is either counting down the minutes to doomsday or entering an exciting new era for engaging with consumers. Apple’s iOS 14.5 update — which effectively ends automatic opt-ins to online tracking and data collection — is finally at hand, and Google aims to phase out third-party cookie...
Tags: Apple, Google, TC, Facebook, Column, Privacy, Advertising Tech, Marketing, Social Media, Tech, Cto, Sdk, Targeted Advertising, Online Advertising, Gdpr, Digital Marketing


Canadiens News and Rumors: Petry, Pacioretty, Muller and More

In this week’s edition of Montreal Canadiens news and rumors, Jeff Petry returns to practice, Max Pacioretty speaks about playing his former team in the Stanley Cup Semifinals and Kirk…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Montreal Canadiens, Max Pacioretty, Jeff Petry, Cole Caufield, Canadiens News, News & Rumors, 2021 NHL Playoffs, Petry Pacioretty Muller


Kraken News & Rumors: Power, Coaches & Team Restaurant

In this first edition of the Kraken News & Rumors column, I’ll discuss recent developments with a player the Seattle Kraken have their eyes on with the No. 2 overall…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, Gerard Gallant, Rod Brind Amour, Owen Power, Seattle Kraken, News & Rumors, Kraken News, Kraken News Rumors


Today in Hockey History: June 14

This is one of the most memorable dates ever on Broadway, and it has nothing to do with a musical. Hockey fans in the Big Apple waited 54 seasons for…
Tags: Column, Sport, Top Stories, Broadway, Hockey, Big Apple, Mark Messier, Brian Leetch, Hockey History, Oilers History, Panthers History, Rangers History, Fernando Pisani


7 Former Blackhawks to Watch in the 2020-21 Semifinal Round

Back in mid-May, 16 teams embarked upon the 2020-21 NHL postseason with high hopes for a deep playoff run. Alas, by the beginning of June eight more teams had been…
Tags: Column, Sport, Hockey, NHL, Chicago Blackhawks, Nick Leddy, Phillip Danault, Mattias Janmark, Jan Rutta, Former Blackhawks