DavidsTea shareholder demands answers on Segal’s leadership, CEO search

A major DavidsTea shareholder says the founder’s takeover of the board of directors at the beverage company will cause it…

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Unionized Quebec Tim Hortons workers unhappy with deal that cuts paid breaks

The union representing 80 workers at four Quebec Tim Hortons claims they’ve been dealt a blow after an imposed contract cut their…

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In business, finding out what’s true is more valuable than ever: Don Pittis

When Tesla boss Elon Musk announced Tuesday he was thinking of arranging a buyback of all the electric car company’s shares,…

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Saudi Arabia to sell off Canadian assets and stop buying Canadian wheat and barley

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is reportedly selling off its assets in Canada and will stop buying Canadian wheat and…

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Sergio Marchionne, hailed for Chrysler and Fiat turnarounds, dead at 66

Sergio Marchionne, a charismatic and demanding leader who engineered two long-shot corporate turnarounds to save both Fiat and Chrysler from…

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Wholesale sales rose to record $63B in May

Statistics Canada says wholesale sales rose 1.2 per cent to a record $63.7 billion in May. The gains were helped…

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Cineplex’s latest idea: movie theatre snacks delivered to your home

Some Canadians with a hankering for movie theatre popcorn without the trek to a cinema are in luck. Cineplex Inc.…

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Trump revs up Harley-Davidson fight into second day

U.S. President Donald Trump has denied that his trade policy is responsible for Harley-Davidson’s decision to shift some motorcycle production…

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How Trump’s tariff fight with China could draw in the world’s oil powers

The first border skirmishes in the U.S.’s simmering international trade war have been relatively contained. But that could change quickly…

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