Sunday, November 18, 2018

Bill Morneau Changing Small Business Tax Reforms After Backlash

OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau will unveil changes Monday aimed at mollifying the many critics of his controversial small business tax reform proposals,...

IRS puts Equifax contract on hold during security review

The U.S. Internal Revenue Service has temporarily suspended a contract worth more than $7 million US it recently awarded to Equifax Inc following a...

Trudeau: Gender Chapter In Revamped NAFTA Is Step ‘We Can’t Afford Not To Take’

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the chance for a feminist revamp of the North American Free Trade Agreement is something that Canada and Mexico...

Canadian Cities That Face The Greatest Risks From Automation

Robots and automation promise to fundamentally transform our economy and society. The fear is that even as they liberate us from dangerous tasks at...

Canadian Progressives Need To Keep Speaking Out On Trade

Trade is quickly dominating the public agenda in Canada.Trade with the United States and Mexico, trade with Pacific Rim countries, trade with Europe, trade...

Netflix price hike has Wall St. raising targets

Netflix Inc shares hit an all-time high on Friday as Goldman Sachs and other brokerages raised their price targets on the world's biggest online-streaming...

Sears Canada Gets Court Approval To Liquidate Remaining Stores

TORONTO — Sears Canada received court approval Friday to liquidate all its remaining stores, putting 12,000 employees out of a job.Ontario Superior Court heard...

Uber Decides It's Not Leaving Quebec Just Yet

MONTREAL — Ride-hailing service Uber is backing down on a threat to shutter its Quebec operations, at least for now.The multinational announced Friday it...

SWIFT says hackers still targeting bank messaging system

Hackers continue to target the SWIFT bank messaging system, though security controls instituted after last year's $81 million US heist at Bangladesh's central bank...

Canadian Home Sales Up In September, But Down From A Year Ago

OTTAWA — The number of homes sold in September climbed for the second month in a row after a slowdown earlier this year that...