Film production company the Weinstein Co. is in talks about selling itself after co-founder Harvey Weinstein became mired in a scandal over allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault.
Workers at General Motors' CAMI plant in Ingersoll, Ont., are to vote Monday on whether to accept a tentative agreement that would end a four-week-long strike.
The Trudeau government will announce plans to cut the small business tax rate from 10.5 per cent to nine per cent, and will present details of the new plan at a national caucus meeting on Monday morning, CBC News has confirmed.
It worked pretty well for Newfoundland. Now that NAFTA is flagging, maybe post-Brexit Britain can find a home as part of the Great White North.
Canadian aerospace manufacturer Bombardier Inc. is exploring options for its aerospace businesses, including a sale of some operations, Bloomberg reported on Sunday.
A shift in global oil markets sentiment is under way, replacing decades of scarcity fears with confidence in surpluses, capping oil prices and forcing changes in the way the industry works, observers say.
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A growing number of couples are soliciting sponsors to help them pay for their wedding and avoid being saddled with debt.
American negotiators are looking to change the way disputes are settled under NAFTA, with a series of proposed adjustments to two key chapters of the agreement.
An out-of-court settlement following a recent class-action lawsuit means Canadians may be eligible for $20 or more if they purchased common household items containing foam, including couches, chairs and mattresses.
Canada urgently has to figure out how to foster diversity — whether that’s based on gender, race or physical ability — in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, say contributors to a new report.
A tentative agreement has been reached to end the nearly month-long strike at the CAMI assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau will unveil changes Monday aimed at mollifying the many critics of his controversial small business tax reform proposals, hoping to tamp down a political wildfire that has scorched Justin Trudeau's Liberal government.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service has temporarily suspended a contract worth more than $7 million US it recently awarded to Equifax Inc. following a security issue with the beleaguered credit reporting agency's website.
Netflix Inc shares hit an all-time high on Friday as Goldman Sachs and other brokerages raised their price targets on the world's biggest online-streaming company, citing its ability to raise fees without scaring away customers.
Hackers continue to target the SWIFT bank messaging system, though security controls instituted after last year's heist at Bangladesh's central bank have helped thwart many of those attempts, a senior SWIFT official told Reuters.
The U.S.'s NAFTA negotiating team has formally presented its proposed changes to the auto sector, starting what's likely to be the most contentious rounds of renegotiations, CBC News has learned.
The average price of a Canadian home rose by three per cent in the year up to September, even as sales during the month came in 11 per cent lower than they were a year ago.