Jerome Powell has been sworn in as the 16th chairman of the Federal Reserve in a brief ceremony in the Fed's board room. In a short video message, Powell pledged to "support continued economic growth, a healthy job market and price stability."
Fairfax Financial has agreed to buy certain assets and assume certain liabilities related to Carillion Canada, the infrastructure services company which recently sought creditor protection.
North American stock markets headed lower today, but recovered from steep losses in the morning following their worst weekly decline since 2016 on Friday.
Mortgage brokers say the borrower rejection rate from large banks and traditional monoline mortgage lenders has gone up as much as 20 per cent after new stress test rules, and alternative lenders are seeing an uptick in business because they operate outside the tighter lending requirements.
The Eagles and the Patriots were equally matched in a game that went down to the wire, but the commercials ranged from "appalling" to "everything a Super Bowl ad is supposed to do." Which spots scored during the big game's broadcast and beyond?
They thought there was no safer place to put their money -- until tens of thousands of dollars in bank deposits disappeared.
Bell has expanded its unlocking policy so that anyone with a phone locked to its network can now get the device unlocked for free. Previously, Bell only offered the service to current and former customers.
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A number of popular Canadian restaurants have increased the amount of tips servers must share with their colleagues, CBC's Marketplace has learned. And many servers say that money is being doled out to higher-paid staff in lieu of a raise.
Motorola Solutions announced Friday that it has entered into an all-cash agreement to buy Vancouver based Avigilon, maker of video surveillance systems for $1 billion US
The parent company of loyalty card Aeroplan saw its shares plummet for a second day Friday after DBRS warned about a possible downgrade after it announced the sale of its Nectar business at a substantial loss.
North American markets are on track for a shaky end to a volatile week, as shares tumble on falling oil prices and stronger economic data from the U.S. that raised the threat of inflation and higher interest rates.
Imperial Oil Ltd. reported a loss in its latest quarter as it was hit by non-cash charges related to its Horn River development and the Mackenzie gas project.
Canadian marijuana producer Aphria Inc. on Friday announced a deal to sell its stake in Arizona cannabis company Copperstate Farms to Liberty Health Sciences Inc. for $20 million.
U.S. employers added a robust 200,000 jobs in January, and wages rose at the fastest pace in more than eight years, evidence of a healthy job market.
Cryptocurrencies plunged on Friday, with several of the largest falling by more than 20 per cent and bitcoin sliding below $8,000 US and headed for its worst week since 2013, as worries about a regulatory clampdown globally sent investors scrambling to sell.
A robot named Sawyer debuted this week serving up coffees at Henna Cafe in Tokyo's downtown business and shopping district of Shibuya.
Can a little clip harness the power of a scientific phenomenon known as quantum entanglement and boost your strength and balance? Five of six panellists on CBC's Dragons' Den thought so, at least while the cameras were rolling. Marketplace takes a closer look at a wellness product's bold claims.
Forget the game on the field, when the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles hook up this weekend in Super Bowl LII, the most cutthroat competition could be during the commercial breaks.