The Canadian dollar dipped below 77 cents US on Monday, its lowest level since last July as fears of a trade war cast a gloomy shadow on the Canadian economy's prospects.
A U.S. federal judge on Monday ordered Martin Shkreli, the former drug company executive convicted of defrauding investors, to forfeit $7.36 million US in assets, which could include a Picasso painting and a one-of-a-kind album by the Wu-Tang Clan.
A Massachusetts Institute of Technology research group that this week reported nearly three-quarters of Uber Technologies and Lyft Inc drivers earned below minimum wage is revisiting its study after a tweeted challenge by Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi.
Strong global demand for oil and gas will shift in the next five years towards petrochemicals and away from motor fuels gasoline and diesel, the International Energy Agency says.
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has struck a deal to get its members much lower fees on credit card purchases when customers pay with an American Express card and use.
Canadian National Railway Co. has replaced president and chief executive Luc Jobin, saying its board of directors believes the company needs a more energetic leader who will speed up execution of its strategic vision.
U.S. President Donald Trump says he would only relieve Canada from the tariffs he has been threatening on steel and aluminum if a “new and fair” North American Free Trade Agreement is signed.
You pay for auto insurance to get the peace of mind of knowing you're covered in case of an accident, but a Saskatchewan man found he wasn't in the driver's seat when it came to repairs.
A White House official told the U.S. Sunday talk shows that President Donald Trump has made up his mind: steel and aluminum tariffs will apply to everyone.
A return to volatility on global stock markets in early February may be the catalyst needed to warn investors about the impact of fees on returns — a feat that regulators haven't accomplished so far.
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After Loblaws merged PC Plus and Shoppers Optimum into one PC Optimum rewards program, many members lost their points. A month later, some customers say they're still trying to get them back.
The Canadian government needs to decide on a proactive response to U.S. President Donald Trump's new tariffs on steel and aluminum, according to politicians and industry experts.
Third-party dealers are selling cheap, pirated live TV channel subscriptions and it's catching on with Canadians. A study suggests that 6.5 per cent of North American households have accessed these black market services.
An Ontario MPP says sales tactics used to sell Bell services — revealed in a CBC hidden camera investigation — are "beyond reprehensible" and suggest the province may have to ban such door-to-door sales.
Alberta is trying to grab one of the energy sector’s brass rings by investing in an engineering feat that could save oilsands companies billions in transportation costs, while helping keep pipeline bottlenecks at bay. But it's not without risks.
Canadian pulse farmers are bracing as India's import tariff on chickpeas went up from 44 per cent to 60 per cent overnight.