Meg Whitman, who became CEO of the former Hewlett-Packard Co. in 2011 and then head of Hewlett Packard Enterprise in 2015, is stepping down.
Despite making some progress on "bread and butter" items, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said differences remain between Canada and the U.S. on a number of key chapters of North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
TransCanada Corp. should push ahead with a $10-billion Keystone XL pipeline expansion after the state of Nebraska on Monday approved a route that would raise the cost of the controversial project, some shareholders said.
Some of the proposed details of the federal government's pot plans will become clearer today when the Health Minister unveils her plans for many cannabis-related regulations.
The chair of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission has unveiled plans to repeal a landmark 2015 order that barred internet service providers from blocking or slowing down consumer access to web content, and said the regulator will prevent states and cities from adopting similar protections.
The federal Competition Bureau has dropped a probe into allegations that Loblaws abused its dominant position in the Canadian grocery business by seeking compensation from suppliers when competition cut into its profitability.
Canadians are all too often getting a busy signal or a message to hang up and try back later when they try to contact the taxman by telephone, says the federal auditor general's latest report to Parliament.
The Royal Bank of Canada has been added to a list of 30 of the world's most systemically important banks.
Ikea relaunched a recall of 29 million chests and dressers Tuesday after the death of an eighth child.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says the vast majority of new booster seats released this year got top marks in terms of safety, and only one brand on the market today should be avoided.
Regulators say the Keystone XL pipeline can be built be Nebraska, but they've ordered an alternate route, raising the possibility of further delays.
Bell Media is laying off employees, including prominent on-air personalities, at radio and TV stations across Canada.
The U.S. Department of Justice sued AT&T Inc. on Monday to block its $85.4 billion US acquisition of Time Warner Inc., saying the deal could raise prices for rivals and pay-TV subscribers.
Janet Yellen is submitting her resignation from the Federal Reserve board to President Donald Trump, announcing that she will leave the board when her successor Jerome Powell is sworn in as Fed chairman.
Loblaws is launching a fee-based subscription program targeting its existing loyalty program members that sweetens the pot for them in terms of rewards — in exchange for a fee.
Nebraska regulators will announce their decision Monday on whether to approve TransCanada Corp's Keystone XL pipeline route through the state. Watch it here live beginning at 11 a.m. ET.