Sears Canada Inc. and certain of its subsidiaries have been granted an order from the Ontario Superior Court of Justice (Commercial List) under the Companies' Creditors Arrangement Act.
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Batavia, IL-based Vanco International LLC, which manufactures AV distribution and electronic accessory products, has acquired the Beale Street Audio line of Sonic Vortex powered architectural speakers.
Pioneer and Onkyo have jointly released the Rayz Rally, a Lightning-powered portable speaker that can transform an iPhone into a conference speakerphone that's reportedly loud enough to fill a boardroom.
Following Nokia's acquisition of Withings, announced last summer, the latter brand has now been transitioned, and products are being launched under the Nokia name.
Amazon continues its tech domination, now beating out Sonos for the title of leading Wi-Fi speaker brand.
Gentec International has appointed Mark Pottruff as Director of Operations for the company.
Gefen from Core Brands has introduced two new 4K Ultra HD Extenders, the GTB-UHD600-HBT and GTB-UHD600-HBTL, that extend the full bandwidth HDMI 2.0 over the most widely used extension medium, UTP/STP cabling.
Grocery world, watch out: Amazon is coming for you in a much bigger way, having confirmed today its definitive merger agreement to acquire Whole Foods Market, Inc. for US$13.7 billion, or US$42 per share.
Leon's Furniture Limited has announced that its wholly-owned services division, Trans Global Service Inc. has launched a direct-to-consumer installation and service offering through its Website transglobalservice.com where people across Canada can order the installation of products, regardless of where they were purchased.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is making another big move it its efforts to foster competition and improve customer service for Canadians by announcing an upcoming ban on wireless carriers selling phones locked to their services.
Despite our complaints when services like Netflix raise their monthly subscription rates by a buck or two, new research from IBB Consulting suggests that subscribers of over-the-top (OTT) services are actually quite willing to pay more for existing subscriptions, and to add new ones.