A study reveals that the majority of millennials believe human advisors can get them better returns
The level of household debt in Canada rose to 163.3 per cent of disposable income in the fourth quarter of 2014.
Oil producer Penn West has cut its dividend from 3 cents per share to 1 cent amid falling revenues; losses widened to $1.77 billion in the last quarter of 2014.
The ability of Canada’s traditional TV to compete with the growing challenge of online services was given a boost today.
Businesses that operate ethically are increasingly likely to get investment from Canadians according to a study by the Responsible Investment Association.
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The Toronto Stock Exchange has enjoyed a better day’s trading after benchmark Brent crude rebounded.
Car rental firms Avis and Budget are being investigated by Canada’s Competition Bureau over claims that they advertise fees that are much lower than the actual amount due, once other charges are added on.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals deal to buy bowel-drug maker Salix may be trumped by another offer from UK firm Endo International.
Quebecor has announced that its adjusted income for its fourth quarter were up 3.5 per cent from a year earlier to reach $50.3 million amounting to profit per basic share of 41 cents.
RBC “feels good” about Canada’s housing market.