Monday, December 10, 2018

Apple has paid almost $22 billion in Irish back taxes – here’s why Ireland...

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: Ireland doesn't want $22B in back taxes from...

Canada and U.S. clash over sunset clause in ‘forceful’ NAFTA talks

Canada's Foreign Affairs minister and her U.S. trade counterpart had an intense exchange of views during a private NAFTA meeting on Tuesday....

Federal budget to spend up to $1 billion on cybersecurity

Next week’s federal budget is expected to make a significant investment in building up Canada's cyber defences and encouraging tech firms and...

Ford North America president out after inappropriate behaviour

Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday that Raj Nair, its president for North America, was leaving the company immediately after an internal...

Canadian newsprint producers hit with initial countervailing duties by U.S.

Newsprint is the latest Canadian product to be hit with preliminary countervailing duties from the United States. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/countervailing-duties-newsprint-1.4480488?cmp=rss

Cenovus shares get a lift from crude rail deals

Cenovus Energy Inc. shares increased nearly seven per cent after the oilsands producer said it signed three-year deals with Canada's major rail...

Uber, Lyft will now let their customers take sexual assault complaints to court

Ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft will give U.S. passengers and drivers more leeway to pursue claims of sexual misconduct, the industry's latest...

Senate deal on cannabis bill timeline means no sales before August

Governments and producers preparing for the legalization of recreational marijuana this summer now have some certainty about when retail sales will actually...

Bank of Canada’s mortgage ‘stress test’ rate climbs higher

As mortgages get more expensive with interest rates rising in Canada, the hurdle that some borrowers must pass is also getting higher....

Canadian MPs criticize Facebook’s Zuckerberg for U.K. parliament no-show

Facebook comes under fire from lawmakers from several countries — including Canada — who accuse the firm of undermining democratic institutions. CEO...