U.S. economist Richard Thaler won the 2017 Nobel Prize in economics for his contributions in the field of behavioural economics, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences said on Monday.
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Laid-off Sears Canada workers say the hardship fund set up to help them is pointless because any payout counts as income and is deducted from their employment insurance benefits.
After weeks of backlash, frustrated NFL fans in Canada are relieved that some cable companies are once again offering a package that allows viewers to watch any NFL game they desire.
The Liberal government has infuriated small business owners from coast to coast to coast with its recent proposed changes to the tax system, but after weeks of blowback, Finance Minister Bill Morneau isn't shying away.
New buyers can expect home ownership to become even less affordable next year, while current owners will be largely insulated from higher rates.
The financial services firm behind Wall Street's Fearless Girl statue agreed to pay $5 million to settle federal allegations that it paid female executives less than their male counterparts.
The legal battle between a group of Tim Hortons franchisees and their parent company escalated today as the corporate-unsanctioned franchisee association filed a lawsuit alleging Restaurant Brands International, its subsidiary and several executives of subverting their right to associate.
Spain's government has approved a decree that would make it easier for companies in Catalonia to move the location of their official registration out of the region.
The U.S. shed 33,000 jobs in September because of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, which closed thousands of businesses in Texas and Florida and forced widespread evacuations. It was the first decline in nearly seven years.
Canada's economy added 10,000 jobs last month, about what economists were expecting, as a surge in full-time work was offset by a loss of part-time positions.
Bombardier should learn today about U.S. anti-dumping duties on its CSeries commercial jet.
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The union representing 2,800 striking workers at General Motor's CAMI plant in Ingersoll says the two sides remain far apart on "key issues".
Shopify Inc. stock is trading lower for a second day, following a prominent short-seller's claim that it's running an overvalued get-rich-quick scheme.
Bombardier Inc. is expected to face additional export duties on its CSeries commercial jet when the U.S. Department of Commerce announces preliminary anti-dumping duties later today.