Friday, April 19, 2019

U.S. agencies reported to be probing Apple over slowing iPhones

The U.S. Department of Justice and the Securities and Exchange Commission are investigating whether Apple Inc violated securities laws concerning its disclosures...

Canadian economy grew by 0.4% in November: Statistics Canada

The Canadian economy grew by 0.4 per cent in November, Statistics Canada reported Wednesday, in a growth reading that matched the expectations...

North American markets stop big slide as oil, loonie gain ground

North American stocks markets pulled back from their recent significant losses, as oil prices gained ground and the U.S. Federal Reserve said...

Canadian stocks lower as Wall St. regains some ground

Canada's main stock index continued its slide this week, weighed by energy sector losses, as the loonie traded higher on Wednesday. http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/markets-stocks-bonds-oil-1.4511724?cmp=rss

Alberta urged to require licensed land agents as wind and solar boom takes off

An Alberta surface rights advocate says the province should apply licensing rules for land agents working for renewable energy companies just as...

Trudeau says Canada has a ‘Plan C and D and E and F’ if...

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he doesn't believe U.S. President Donald Trump will pull out of the North American Free Trade Agreement,...

Thomson Reuters to partner with CPPIB, Blackstone and GIC in $25B deal

Thomson Reuters Corp. has entered into a partnership agreement with a group including Canada's largest pension fund to assume a 55 per...

B.C. creates more uncertainty for Trans Mountain with bitumen restriction

The B.C. government is proposing to restrict new transportation of diluted bitumen — a diluted type of crude oil from Alberta —...

Metro adding self-checkout units and testing Scan-and-Go to deal with wage hikes

Metro Inc. will soon test scan-and-go technology and increase the number of self-checkout machines in its grocery stores as it looks to...

Shaw offers buyout packages to 6,500 employees as it looks to cut workforce

Shaw Communications Inc. has announced a massive staff-reduction program that asks some 6,500 employees to consider taking voluntary buyouts as the company...