If you are not aware of oil sands, they are oil reserves that are supposed to play a significant role in the Canadian and global economy, providing stable and reliable energy. Oil sands have a natural mixture of sand, clay and other minerals, including bitumen, which is heavy oil that requires treatment. With all this oil, gas prices are still up. You may want to check with the following 10 companies if you want someone to blame.
Initial Public Offering (IPO) can be defined as the first sale of stock by a private company to the public. This usually is issued by smaller companies seeking money and capital to expand. However large companies have now invested their time in IPOs as well.
Nortel Networks, formerly the Nortel Telecom Limited, was a multinational telecommunications company with headquarters in Canada. In 2012, top executives at Nortel, including CEO Frank Dunn, were accused of cooking the books. Accruals were shifted in order to prevent profit which would trigger employee bonuses.
Major furtherance in technology has more than doubled worker productivity since 1970, reports Investing Answers, an independent content provider and resource for investors. However, many jobs are now becoming increasingly obsolete for various reasons. This article assesses the 10 jobs in decreased demands followed by the reasons.
As the new era dawns on 21st century, jobs change. The roles people played during the industrial and post-industrial eras have also changed. We are now entering into the advanced era of information technology. Given this, here are 10 jobs in increasing demand.
Tim Hortons is one of the most popular places to go in Canada to get coffee. It has the good and the bad, which sometimes angers customers. Here is the list of the bad. I worked in Tim Hortons for 7 years. I’ve seen it all and tasted it all.
Application software enables the computer system to run and examples include Windows, Linux and Mac OS amongst others. Application software on the other hand enables PC users to be able to do their day to day activities on the computer, e.g. surfing, word processing, gaming and desktop publishing.