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  • September 13 · CBC Money
    Harper cabinet readies major B.C. pipelines push
    A parade of cabinet ministers and senior bureaucrats will head to British Columbia starting next week as part of a major push to mollify opponents of building oil pipelines to the West Coast, CBC News (...)
  • September 13 · CBC Money
    Who are Canada's top 1%?
    What does it take to be among the top one per cent of all income earners in Canada? We dug deep into the data from Statistics Canada's latest National Household Survey to find out more about just who (...)
  • September 13 · CBC Money
    Fiat's Marchionne, VEBA no closer to deal on Chrysler buyout
    Fiat and Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne says he is no closer to a deal to take full ownership of Chrysler, which in the meantime is moving ahead on the formalities for an initial public offering. (...)
  • September 13 · CBC Money
    U.S. trains carrying crude oil often mislabelled, analyst says
    An oil industry watcher says trains carrying crude from the Bakken oil fields in the United States are routinely misidentified. (...)
  • September 13 · CBC Money
    Twitter announces IPO in a tweet
    Twitter announced on Thursday that it is going public in a format that was perfectly apt for the microblogging service: it sent out a tweet to its close to 24 million followers around 5 p.m. ET announ (...)
  • September 13 · CBC Money
    U.S. retail sales see modest growth in August
    Americans bought more cars, furniture and electronics in August, but held back on most other retail purchases. (...)
  • September 13 · CBC Money
    BlackBerry's 'NSA-proof' encryption a valuable asset for buyers
    BlackBerry's possession of one of the few networks in the world that can't be hacked by the U.S. National Security Agency is a major asset for companies looking to buy the struggling smartphone maker, (...)
  • September 12 · CBC Money
    Unpaid bus person internship offered at Vancouver hotel
    An ad seeking unpaid interns to bus tables at Vancouver's Fairmont Waterfront hotel has sparked a debate about whether unpaid internships take advantage of students. (...)
  • September 12 · CBC Money
    Don't sell off GM shares, autoworkers union tells Ottawa, Ontario
    The union representing Canada's autoworkers has urged federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa not to sell taxpayer-owned shares in General Motors, so governmen (...)
  • September 12 · CBC Money
    Lululemon expects lower earnings, less revenue in 2013
    Already bruised and battered from the recall of its see-through Luon yoga pants earlier this year and the loss of its CEO, Lululemon took another hit Thursday, announcing that its revenue and profit f (...)
  • September 12 · CBC Money
    Wal-Mart to phase out 10 harmful chemicals from products
    Wal-Mart announced Thursday that it will require its suppliers to phase out 10 hazardous chemicals from personal care products, cosmetics and cleaning products sold in its stores. (...)
  • September 12 · CBC Money
    NEB security deposit rules a 'disaster' for energy industry
    Oil and gas exploration companies say new security deposit requirements are going to push them out of business. (...)
  • September 12 · CBC Money
    Shoppers Drug Mart shareholders OK Loblaw takeover
    Shareholders of Shoppers Drug Mart have voted to approve a takeover by Loblaw, a deal that will see Canada's largest grocery retailer combined with the country's largest chain of pharmacy stores. (...)
  • September 12 · CBC Money
    U.S. joblessness falls amid trend to fewer layoffs
    The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell by 31,000 last week, but the U.S. Labor Department warned the lower numbers reflected a technical glitch in the way joblessness is reported i (...)
  • September 12 · CBC Money
    Hilton announces IPO in bid to raise .25B
    Hotel operator Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. plans to raise .25 billion US from an initial public offering of its common stock. (...)

 


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