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Latest news from Canada.com - Business feed

  1. Muni bond Thursday update: 10-year yield rises

    09.21 / 21:58 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    A look at the AP Municipal Bond Index for Thursday, Sept.…
  2. Most actively traded companies on the TSX

    09.21 / 21:14 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock…
  3. Markets Right Now: Stocks fall for the first time this week

    09.21 / 21:14 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    NEW YORK — The latest on developments in financial markets (All times…
  4. Tribe seeks voice in nuclear plant cleanup, land restoration

    09.21 / 21:14 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    VERNON, Vt. — Two Native American tribes want a say in the cleanup of the closed Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant and the future use of the land, which was once the site of settlements and fishing and burial grounds for the groups'…
  5. New owners lay off employees at Alaska's largest newspaper

    09.21 / 20:09 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Reporters, editors and other employees at Alaska's largest newspaper have been laid off as the new owners attempt to stop the financial hemorrhaging that saw the paper losing $125,000 a…
  6. L'Oreal heiress Liliane Bettencourt dies at age 94

    09.21 / 20:09 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    PARIS — Liliane Bettencourt, the L'Oreal cosmetics heiress and the world's richest woman, has died at her home in a chic Parisian suburb. She was…
  7. Consumer agencies warn about flood-damaged cars from U.S. hitting Cdn market

    09.21 / 19:05 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    TORONTO — Consumer protection agencies are warning those shopping for used cars to stay alert as some vehicles damaged in the recent floods south of the border may appear on the Canadian…
  8. Utilities commission seeks more data on Site C before final recommendation

    09.21 / 19:05 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    VANCOUVER — A preliminary report raises more questions than answers about the future of the controversial $8.8-billion Site C dam, with the British Columbia Utilities Commission saying it needs more information before it can make a…
  9. Tax changes, anti-rich rhetoric have already inspired big fish to leave: Manley

    09.21 / 19:05 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    OTTAWA — A big Canadian player has quietly picked up his chips and is heading for the exit amid all the tumult over the Trudeau government's controversial tax…
  10. WestJet breaks ground on hangar to accommodate new Dreamliner 787 widebody jet

    09.21 / 19:05 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    CALGARY — WestJet Airlines Ltd. (TSX:WJA) is gearing up for delivery of its first Boeing Dreamliner 787 by breaking ground on a new $50-million hangar at the Calgary International…
  11. General Mills to bring back old Trix with artificial colours

    09.21 / 19:05 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    NEW YORK — Trix is back to its old tricks: The colorful cereal will once again be made with artificial dyes and flavours, nearly two years after they were banished from the…
  12. The Latest: Study finds health bill would reshuffle dollars

    09.21 / 18:23 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    WASHINGTON — The Latest on the Republican effort to end "Obamacare" and replace it with a new health care law (all times…
  13. TTC suing Manulife for alleged negligence related to benefits fraud scheme

    09.21 / 18:02 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    TORONTO — The Toronto Transit Commission is suing Manulife Financial for alleged negligence in connection with a benefits fraud scheme that first came to light three years…
  14. Surging stock market powers US wealth to $96.2 trillion

    09.21 / 18:02 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    WASHINGTON — A healthy gain in the stock market and steadily increasing home prices boosted Americans' household wealth this spring, a trend that likely adds to the nation's…
  15. US stock indexes dip in afternoon trading; oil falling

    09.21 / 18:02 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    A slide among technology companies led U.S. stock indexes slightly lower Thursday, wiping out modest gains from a day earlier. Technology stocks were down the most. Supermarket operators and other consumer-focused stocks also fell. Industrial companies and banks led the gainers. Investors were sizing up new company earnings and deal…
  16. Sobeys donate $6.5 million in bid to entice poor to college in Nova Scotia

    09.21 / 17:42 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    HALIFAX — The scions of the Sobeys grocery empire are donating $6.5 million to a community college in their home province, aiming to identify and help people who may have never considered pursuing higher education because of financial hardship or other…
  17. Rest easy: How not to lose sleep over buying a new mattress

    09.21 / 16:58 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    The path to a restful night's sleep begins with the right…
  18. Tesla denies claims that it tried to block unionizing effort

    09.21 / 16:58 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    DETROIT — Tesla Inc. is denying claims that it threatened to fire pro-union workers at its Fremont, California, factory and tried to prevent them from passing out union…
  19. Need a new appliance? Learn, compare - then ask for a deal

    09.21 / 16:37 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    Unless you're an expert in spin cycles, buying an appliance could leave you…
  20. When nearly everything's a winner, gold investors get antsy

    09.21 / 15:53 www.canada.com Canada.com - Business
    NEW YORK — In a world where nearly every investment is rising, so is gold. But a big part of why many investors are buying gold is that they're worried those other investments, such as stocks and bonds, are due for a…