Airbnb is rolling out new services aimed at attracting travellers looking for luxury accommodations and traditional hotels, the latest move to contend with sputtering growth in its original home-renting business.
Boeing Co, which is locked in a trade dispute with the Canadian government, has applied to stay in the race to supply Canada with 88 new fighter jets, the government said on Thursday.
Loblaw Companies Ltd. reported a drop in its fourth-quarter profit, hit by costs related to the announcement of its PC Optimum loyalty rewards program and the fallout from its admission of participation in an alleged industry-wide price-fixing conspiracy.
A run of three straight months of increases in retail activity ended in December as sales were off by 0.8 per cent for the month, Statistics Canada says.
General Motors Co. is reportedly extending a cutback in car production at its plant in Oshawa, Ont., into April and May before it begins a second shift to produce pickup trucks later this year.
CIBC says it is boosting its quarterly payment to common shareholders by three cents to $1.33 per share as the bank reported first-quarter earnings that were better than the market had been forecasting.
Economics likes to claim free trade is bias-free and rational. But a growing wave of global protectionism reveals trade arguments are always political.
Ford Motor Co said on Wednesday that its president for North America Raj Nair was leaving the company effective immediately following an investigation into reports of inappropriate behaviour.
The B.C. Wine Institute says it is seeking an injunction against Alberta’s ban on vintages from this province.
A subsidiary of British banking giant Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is running a pilot program using an artificial intelligence (AI) powered "digital human" to help customers with basic banking questions.