Veteran investor Marc Faber was asked to resign from the board of directors at Sprott Inc. after comments he made in his investment newsletter that America was better off because it was settled by white people instead of black people.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average breached the 23,000 mark for the first time on Tuesday, powered by strong earnings from UnitedHealth Group and Johnson & Johnson.
The politically explosive issue of Canadian supply management has emerged again as a flashpoint in increasingly heated NAFTA renegotiation talks after the United States asked for an end to the system within the next decade.
U.S. President Donald Trump has a pool of five candidates to choose from for the next chair of the Federal Reserve and is likely to announce his choice before going to Asia in early November, a source familiar with the situation said on Tuesday.
Shares in Aphria Inc. fell Tuesday as the marijuana producer announced a deal to raise $80 million even as questions swirled about the future of its listing on the Toronto Stock Exchange.
A new study inspired by Boston's early experiments with self-driving cars finds that the technology could ease congestion, but might also lead to more cars on the road and further encourage urban sprawl.
Bombardier shares jump as much as 26 per cent in Toronto in the first trading opportunity since news emerged Monday evening that the company had signed a partnership with rival Airbus to make and market its CSeries jets.
Canada's top banking regulator has published the final version of its new mortgage rules, which include a requirement to "stress test" borrowers with uninsured loans to ensure they could withstand higher interest rates.
A Danish company with a global mandate to help employers make the most of untapped autistic talent is helping North American firms make concerted efforts to hire employees with autism who can bring unique skills to the workplace.
Perhaps — three months after launching their consultation on "tax fairness" — the Liberals have now landed on a set of policy proposals that can be safely implemented.
Bombardier Inc. has announced it will partner with Netherlands-based aerospace giant Airbus on its CSeries program.
The Canadian Securities Administrators set out "specific disclosure expectations" for marijuana industry firms with investments in the U.S., offering much-anticipated clarity for companies that operate on both sides of the border.
Loblaw Companies Ltd. has begun laying off 500 people from offices across the country, even as the company says it plans to add jobs later this year.
The billions of dollars that Netflix has borrowed to pay for exclusive series such as House of Cards, Stranger Things and The Crown has helped its service more than triple its global audience during the past four years — leaving it with 109 million subscribers worldwide through September.
There are more than 45,400 deaths in Canada attributable to smoking and the habit cost the economy $16.2 billion annually in 2012, according a new study from the Conference Board of Canada.
Yukon First Nation Chief Bruce Charlie wants Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to intervene with the White House to stop the latest American push to drill for oil in fragile Arctic caribou habitat.
The United States is asking Canada to open up its protected dairy market so American farmers can sell more of their products north of the border, CBC News has learned.
The Bank of Canada says business sentiment is showing signs of tapering off following the stronger expectations companies held about the future three months ago.
German carrier Lufthansa on Monday said it had prepared an offer to buy the global, European and domestic business of Italy's bankrupt carrier Alitalia.
Sears Canada warranties won't be honoured after Wednesday, but gift cards live on during liquidation sales
Sears Canada announced Monday that extended warranties won't be honoured as of this Wednesday, Oct. 18, a day before all 131 of the chain's stores in Canada begin liquidation sales.