Following two months of declines in the consumer price index, economists are looking for a higher inflation reading when figures for April come out on Friday.
Bombardier Inc. says it has awarded a six-year contract with IBM worth about $700 million to improve its information technology operations in its rail and aerospace operations.
Venerable French fashion house Chanel is facing an online backlash for offering an accessory that critics say appropriates the cultural heritage of Australia's Aboriginal people for profit.
A proposal to ban laptops in cabin on flights between Europe and North America isn't even official yet, but critics already say it would cost travellers $1 billion US a year and be a nightmare to implement.
North American markets are sharply lower after reports of a leaked memo by former FBI chief James Comey caused alarm on Capitol Hill, raising questions about whether President Donald Trump tried to interfere with a federal investigation.
Ontario man is in custody after allegedly assaulting Air Canada staff and trying to open the doors of the plane.
Ford plans to cut 10 per cent of its workforce across North America and Asia this summer, but most job cuts are expected to be voluntary.
Ottawa vows to stop forced bumping due to overbooked flights, but critics question if plan will work
Ottawa is promising that the days of forcibly bumping passengers from overbooked flights will soon be over. But some critics wonder if such a promise is too good to be true.
A Liberal government appointee named to crack down on offshore tax avoidance in the wake of the KPMG scandal attended a Madrid conference and social events where the embattled accounting firm was a top financial sponsor, a Fifth Estate/Enquête investigation has found.
Airlines won't be allowed to bump passengers from a flight against their will under a new passenger bill of rights introduced today in a package of amendments to the Canada Transportation Act that also change foreign ownership limits for airlines and requires railways to install voice and video recorders in locomotives.
Some U.S. and Canadian Starbucks Corp. stores were only accepting cash on Tuesday because of a payment system outage that the company blamed on an overnight software update.
Codes to gain access to United Airlines cockpits may have been made public, the carrier said on Monday, but it stopped short of confirming a report that a flight attendant inadvertently published the codes online in a potential threat to air security.