Sears Canada warns there are doubts about its ability to continue operating, and said it may have to restructure or be sold.
With Sable Project also winding down, Nova Scotia's offshore gas industry is in flux, and prices for consumer could rise as a result.
A new report out of San Francisco paints a bleak future for auto dealerships in North America.
Executives from Canada's big banks defended the way they do business Monday, saying they take steps to make sure that employees don't engage in questionable sales practices. CBCnews.ca is livestreaming the hearing.
The Canadian dollar shot up Monday after a senior Bank of Canada official's speech talking up the positive health of the economy apparently had the market eyeing the possibility of an interest rate hike.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada and the United States remain "very far apart" on negotiating a softwood lumber settlement.
The attorneys general of Maryland and the District of Columbia announce they've filed suit against U.S. President Donald Trump, alleging he violated the Constitution by retaining ties to a sprawling global business empire.
General Electric says Jeff Immelt is stepping down as CEO and John Flannery, president and CEO of the conglomerate's health-care unit, will take over the post in August.
The U.K. pound sank to a seven-month low against the euro on Monday as investors worried a period of political uncertainty would further weaken an economy slowing sharply before the launch of talks on leaving the European Union next week.
New federal government initiatives promise to make it easier and faster for companies to bring high-skilled, temporary workers to Canada.
A coalition of interest groups is calling on Canada's six biggest banks and others to back away from providing funding for Kinder Morgan Canada's controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.
A new report says Canadians could be unwittingly purchasing billions in dollars of goods made by child labourers in other parts of the world.
With Ontario struggling to hit ambitious goals for electric vehicle ownership, the province wants to get a conversation going on how to make the Condominium Act more friendly to electric vehicle owners. Right now condominium corporations faced with a growing number of requests to install charging stations are saying 'no.'
Canadian investors and analysts focus on paying and valuing women equally in corporate Canada.
Apple and its smart speaker competitors Amazon, Google and Microsoft all hope consumers will adopt the voice-activated devices — but their motivations go well beyond simply selling more gadgets.