Business

Remember virtual reality? Its buzz has faded at CES 2019

At the CES 2019 tech show in Las Vegas, Facebook’s Oculus unit isn’t holding any glitzy press events

Husky Energy looks to sell Prince George refinery, 500 retail locations

Husky has more than 500 service stations, travel centres, cardlock operations and more in Canada

B.C. taxi app gets set to launch before ride-hailing allowed

Kater plans to link cab companies to customers province-wide

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Medicine-making workshop in Vernon
Cat Cafe comes to Vernon
Zero Waste Store: Vernon
Move your workout indoors this fall

CES 2019: Buzz remains as self-driving cars take back seat

Heated razors, a toothbrush that uses AI, disappearing TVs and more

  • Jan 7, 2019

More than 500 attend Hitched Okanagan

One of the first bridal fairs of the year kicked off in Kelowna on Sunday

  • Jan 7, 2019

No words: Mastercard to drop its name from logo

Mastercard joins a small stable of brands like Nike, Apple and Target that rely on an image and not a name

BC Tech Summit to revolutionize business models

Host, Innovate BC: “Tech impacts all industries everywhere.”

How to be more sustainable in 2019

Being less wasteful and more resourceful may be your New Years resolution, but where to start?

Former Shuswap Greyhound staff create parcel service

Former agents work together as team to send parcels from Shuswap to Okanagan and north

  • Jan 4, 2019

B.C. fuel up 4 cents and more hikes to come: expert

Dan McTeague says to expect a wild ride for gas prices this year

More tables to be bused at Vernon restaurant Eatology

Eatology, located in old Vernon Greyhound Station, will expand after owner purchases building

Retailers in B.C. preparing for slower growth, higher costs in 2019

British Columbia, once a region of strength, has gone soft for retailers

Vancouver home sales fall to lowest total since 2000

Detached homes’ benchmark price fell 7.8% from December 2017

Snacks on wheels: PepsiCo tests self-driving robot delivery

The self-driving robots made an appearance on Thursday at the University of the Pacific in Stockton, California

Challenge open to North Okanagan entrepreneurs

Invaluable business bootcamp in store for all involved

Murder houses a tough sell, but a home’s dark past may stay hidden

For some, knowing that a murder took place in a home is enough to make them walk away from a purchase

Apple warning of weak sales in China sends US stocks sinking

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell more than 600 points about an hour into trading

Proposed class action against Uber can proceed

Plaintiff argues Uber drivers are employees, entitled to a minimum wage, vacation pay and more

Bright spots ahead for B.C. forest industry in 2019

U.S. moves ahead on tall wood construction regulation

Vernon students join CPA ranks

Five local accountants passed their CPA final exams