In the recent history of Canadian tech, 5N Plus (TSX:VNP) is one of the shining successes. A few years ago, the Montreal based company, which … [Read more...] about M Partners: The Market is Misunderstanding 5N Plus
Since 1969, when John MacDonald and Werner Dettwiler formed their eponymous venture, McDonald Dettwiler (TSX:MDA) has been a part of the fabric of … [Read more...] about Byron Capital Says Buy Macdonald Dettwiler
CGI Group (TSX:GIB.A) released its 2011 fourth quarter and year end results Friday. The Montreal company, which is Canada's largest IT stock, beat … [Read more...] about Despite Sluggish Q4, Versant says buy CGI Group
Versant Partners wasn't thrilled with what they saw from Wi-LAN's (TSX:WIN) Q3 today, but analysts Tom Liston and Justin Kew are still bullish on the … [Read more...] about Versant Still Bullish on Wi-LAN
Considering its financial position, Aastra Technologies (TSX:AAH) is an extremely volatile stock. The stock traded above $40 in 2007, below $8 in … [Read more...] about Is Aastra Technologies Canada’s most undervalued tech stock?
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Ever since the release of Apple's iPhone in 2008, Research in Motion (TSX:RIM) has been under the gun. Shares of the company have fallen from a high … [Read more...] about Will Research in Motion be Acquired? Three points to consider.
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In the US, they're talking about another tech bubble. With LinkedIn, Pandora and Zillow already public and Facebook, Groupon, Twitter and FourSquare … [Read more...] about Canadian Tech Rally? Three Ways it Could Happen
This article is part one of of a three-part series called Tech Sparks, which examines sub-sectors of Canadian technology that could speak an overall … [Read more...] about Tech Sparks: Can Canada’s Tech-Triangle Become the next Silicon Valley?