Oil trading closer to $40 US a barrel is unpleasant for the energy sector, but it is not quite as disastrous as it was three years ago. Years of suffering have made the energy sector more efficient.
It's been said that Canadians are not brash about their patriotism, but you wouldn't know it from the variety of merchandise, big and small, being snapped up in advance of Canada's 150th birthday July 1.
Drowning in a sea of lawsuits and recall costs, Japanese airbag maker Takata Corp. is expected to seek bankruptcy protection in Tokyo and the United States early Monday.
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Canadian mall owners and developers were already in the process of getting approval for major makeovers - now Sears gives them all the more reason to move fast.
The Canada Revenue Agency is proposing tougher rules for tax cheats who voluntarily come forward looking for amnesty. The rules would hit sophisticated taxpayers with more penalties and require them to identify advisers and firms who helped with dodgy offshore tax schemes. Critics welcome the changes, but say more needs to be done.
Pets are expensive, but few of us pay enough attention to the money we'll spend by adding a furry addition to the family. Here are 6 ways to cut down on pet costs.
A long drawn-out strike by liquor store workers could have a significant impact on Ontario's restaurants, wine importers, bars and consumers. But it could offer a boon to local wineries.
CIBC closed its acquisition of Chicago-based PrivateBancorp on Friday, securing its foothold in the U.S. where CEO Victor Dodig said the bank hopes to one day generate a quarter of its earnings.
Canadians' appetite for debt is as insatiable as it has ever been, a new report from credit monitoring firm Equifax says.
Norsat International Inc. says its securityholders have voted to approve a controversial takeover of the company by Chinese company Hytera Communications Co. Ltd.
The cost of living rose by 1.3 per cent in the year up to May, a slightly slower pace than it increased by a month earlier.
BlackBerry is reporting a $671 million US profit for the first quarter but its revenue was lower than expected, missing analyst estimates.
In its battle for survival, Sears Canada is trying to shed its old-school image with a fresh look and hipper brands — all displayed at a new pop-up shop in downtown Toronto. But experts say Sears' reinvention is 'too little too late.'
The glory days may be behind the city, but three years after oil prices started to fall, Calgary is starting to shrug off the downturn.
Postmedia Network Canada Corp. has signed a deal to sell Infomart, its media monitoring division, to Meltwater News Canada Inc. for $38.25 million.
State-owned Qatar Airways is attempting to buy a 10 per cent stake in American Airlines, triggering U.S. antitrust oversight of deals that size.