The company behind brands such as Teletubbies, Yo Gabba Gabba! and Caillou has formed a special committee to consider the possible sale of all or part of the company.
Equifax Inc. says the number of Canadians who may have been affected by a cybersecurity breach at the company is 8,000, revised downward from an earlier figure of 100,000.
The U.S. has filed a second complaint with the World Trade Organization over what it perceives as B.C.'s unfair rules regarding wine sales in the province's grocery stores, according to a release from the WTO.
Clothing retailer Roots Corp. says it is looking to price its initial public offering at between $14 and $16 per share, and says the total size of the offering could be as much as $230 million.
Canada's largest real-estate investment trust says it's planning to sell about $2 billion worth of properties in smaller cities over the next two years but invest more in six larger cities.
A small private Calgary company says it is selling a portion of future production to raise money to expand its oilsands project, a funding method gaining traction in a sector having difficulty attracting investors.
Sears Canada is planning another round of closures involving a total of 11 stores, including major locations in Toronto, Winnipeg and Montreal, if it gets approval from the court overseeing the retailer's restructuring.
Detroit automaker General Motors Co. outlined plans on Monday to add 20 new battery electric and fuel cell vehicles to its global product lineup by 2023, financed by robust profits from sales of gasoline-fuelled trucks and sport utility vehicles in the United States and China.
The EU executive urged Spain to talk to Catalan separatists on Monday, condemning violence but also calling for unity, a day after Spanish police beat people trying to vote in an independence referendum in Catalonia.
Social media giant Facebook is expected to provide Congress on Monday with more than 3,000 ads that ran around the time of the 2016 presidential election and are linked to a Russian ad agency.
Google is ending its so-called "first click free" policy, which required publishers and media to provide a limited amount of free content before readers could be subjected to a paywall.
Troubled British carrier Monarch Airlines has suspended flights after failing to resolve its financial woes, and British authorities have launched a major operation to bring home 110,000 stranded travellers.
Quebec-based Metro Inc. has formalized its takeover offer for Jean Coutu pharmacy group, which will operate as a separate division of the grocery company.
Several First Nations, municipalities and environmental groups that are opposed to the approval process of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in British Columbia will be arguing their position in the Federal Court of Appeal over the next two weeks.
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“Threatening” copyright infringement notices asking for settlement fees are creating “consumer anxiety” and “could lead to abuses,” says a government report. But the government has not chosen to halt the practice.
The union representing striking workers at Cami Automotive in Ingersoll, Ont., says it's disappointed after a high-level meeting in Detroit with General Motors failed to break the deadlock.
Sears Canada is shutting the doors on another 10 locations across the country, including its store in Winnipeg's Polo Park shopping centre.
Grocery chain Metro is in exclusive discussions to take over pharmacy chain Jean Coutu, a corporate marriage that seemed destined to some experts years ago but the timing never quite worked until now.