Oil slumps 5 per cent as OPEC deal disappoints... Canadian wages up almost 1 per cent... Manulife CEO to retire...
As New Year’s Eve celebrations begin there’s not much to raise a glass to in today’s trading.
Joe Oliver says he is concerned that Canada’s economic growth could be damaged by divisions over energy.
Bombardier has signed a new deal for five Q400 NextGen aircraft worth US$160 million.
Consulting firm AON Hewitt says that the long-term decrease in interest rates has decreased the value of pension plans.
The Canadian Press Business Newsmaker of the Year has been announced and it’s the man behind the US$11 billion merger of Tim Hortons with Burger King.
It’s emerged that Sony Pictures turned to retro-tech from Ontario as it tried to recover from its high-profile cyber attack.
Global markets mixed as oil and Greece lead the worries... Oil heads for biggest drop in 6 years... Consumer confidence ends the year on a high...Auto industry racks up record recalls...
After a run of gains the Toronto Stock Exchange has been lower today as energy stocks were punished once again by a drop in oil prices.
A new rule on disclosure of fees for investment advisers are due to come into force in July next year but the industry is continuing to lobby regulators for a delay.
As we head into 2015 Canadians are making a resolution to tackle their household debt.