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How Samsung won back consumer trust
Experts weigh-in on the electronics co's rise in brand trust surveys, and offer insight on how Tim Hortons can replicate its success.
Tim Hortons’ reputation falls sharply in annual survey
Google once again topped the list of most admired companies, while Samsung got the largest bump in the rankings.
Social reality check
Editor Jennifer Horn on why brands need to put some action behind their CSR efforts.
Samsung taps Mobeewave for contactless payments
Integrating the fintech company's services will allow anyone to accept payments on their mobile device.
Tech in Action: Marriott’s connected hotel room
The hotel chain partners with Samsung to explore how IoT could improve hospitality.
Samsung Pay opens to Scotiabank, ATB customers
The mobile wallet now supports Interac, letting an expanded user base load debit cards into the app.
Samsung takes its AI helper beyond the smartphone
The Bixby personal assistant gets a relaunch that focuses on bringing it to more connected devices and partners.
Tech In Action: Samsung strums a bridge in Ireland
The Galaxy S8 helps an artist play a city-sized harp for "Do Bigger Things."
Insights of the Week: The IKEA-ifying of connected homes
Plus, Canada's mixed-platform internet use tweaks one brand's marketing message.
The frightening reality of VR
Samsung takes on your fears as it adapts a global platform to Canada.
How to gain (or lose) influence
Ipsos' Steve Levy shows what makes or breaks an influential brand in Canada.
Samsung selects Track DDB for CRM
The shop is tasked with steering data-driven strategies for the tech brand.
Which Olympic spots win with women?
A report from Harbinger shows which ads have resonated most with women, as well as when they are tuning in to the games.
What had SXSW buzzing this year?
Why VR and Snapchat were on everyone's minds during the annual innovation conference.
Google is most influential brand, again
The tech co receives high marks for innovation and trustworthiness while Netflix soars for women and millennials.