Bank drafts are touted as a secure means of payment. But if they're lost, stolen, altered or damaged, it's often not the bank that has to replace them. It's the person who bought the draft. So why do people still use them?
Adam Legge, who recently left the Calgary Chamber of Commerce after seven years with the organization, explains why Calgary's diversification efforts could be hurt by high oil prices.
While concerns are floating about whether the craft brewing industry in Canada has hit 'peak beer,' the enthusiasm hasn't gone away.
The Financial Consumer Agency of Canada won't be releasing the results of its review of business practices among Canada's major banks by the end of the year, as originally anticipated.
Several Canadian cannabis companies had their stocks temporarily halted on the Toronto Stock Exchange early Friday afternoon due to volatile swings in trading.
Despite becoming what some dubbed "the year of streaming," 2017 proved CDs still have some life left in them.
President Donald Trump returned to a favourite target Friday, saying that the U.S. Postal Service should charge Amazon.com more money to ship the millions of packages it sends around the world each year.
Oil prices push past the $60 US mark for the first time in about 2½ years as Canada's main stock index retreats from its two-day record streak.
Goldman Sachs expects to take a $5 billion US hit to profits because of the tax overhaul signed into law last week as the New York bank became one of the first to release details on how the changes will affect how money parked overseas is handled.
Apple apologizes after controversy broke out over its practice of secretly slowing down older iPhones to avoid battery-related shutdowns. The company also says it will cut the price of battery replacement for the next year.
Bombardier Commercial Aircraft says EgyptAir has signed a firm agreement to purchase a dozen CS300 aircraft along with purchase rights for an additional 12 of the aircraft.
After years of uncertainty and months of delays, there is good news for owners of Volkswagen vehicles who were not initially part of a class action settlement in the diesel emissions scandal.
A consortium led by SoftBank Group Corp. will go ahead with the purchase of a major stake in Uber Technologies Inc. after existing investors in the ride services company agreed to sell shares at a price that values the startup at $48 billion US, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.
Instead of stuffing castoffs into junk drawers, holiday gift recipients are finding ways to put unwanted items into the hands of more appreciative recipients.
CIBC says debt reduction or elimination was the top priority for 25 per cent of respondents to a recent poll.
United Parcel Service is on track to return a record number of packages this holiday shipping season, a sign that e-commerce purchases surged to new heights over the past month.
The joint-venture proponents behind the Mackenzie Valley Gas Project have ended their partnership, bringing to a close the dream of a Mackenzie Valley pipeline, and its potential wealth effect.