Trump doubles steel and aluminum tariffs on Turkey to 20 and 50%

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Friday he had authorized higher tariffs on imports from Turkey, imposing a 20 percent…

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Why companies flush with tax-cut cash are spending more on share buybacks than wage hikes

Corporate earnings are on track for their best year ever, but at least some of the corresponding rise in stock prices…

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Allegations of inflated property values at centre of RCMP syndicated mortgage fraud investigation

Inflated property values and the promotion of non-qualifying investments as being RRSP-eligible are some of the key allegations made by…

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As Netflix readies to post quarterly results, analysts keep close eye on subscriber growth

Netflix, the best-performing stock in S&P 500 this year, will release its second quarter earnings after stock markets close on…

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Tim Hortons parent Restaurant Brands International Inc. names new chief corporate officer

Restaurant Brands International Inc., the parent company of Tim Hortons, has named Duncan Fulton as its chief corporate officer, effective…

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Passenger stuck in London after flight cancelled says WestJet refused to re-book him on another airline

A Canadian WestJet passenger is upset with how the airline handled the cancellation of his flight from London, England, to Toronto late…

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Your smart fridge could be mining bitcoins for criminals

Is the web browser on your phone slower than usual? It could be mining bitcoin for criminals. As the popularity…

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Revenue agency falling behind as uncollected taxes owed rise to $44 billion

The amount of tax that Canadians admit to owing Ottawa but haven’t paid rose to a record $43.8 billion this…

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