Wednesday , 26 July 2017

Category: BUSINESS

Innovation key to maintaining Canada’s leader status

By LEE HODGKINSON It is getting increasingly difficult for companies to afford megaprojects that aren't sure bets, and so fresh eyes will be needed to maintain their competitivene ...

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Ninety-cent dollar popular with most executives

By DAVID HERLEALEX SWANN For much of the last decade, the Canadian dollar enjoyed a steady rise in value. When it moved from less than 70 cents (U.S.) to parity and higher in 2011 ...

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Sunshine Oilsands faces flood of lawsuits

By JEFFREY JONES AND CARRIE TAIT Deep-pocketed Chinese backers appear hesitant to sink more into troubled company's West Ellis steam-driven project ...Read the news Source: The gl ...

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Tunnel vision: Most executives believe Canada’s economy must diversify

By RICHARD BLACKWELL Two-thirds worry Ottawa depends too much on resources to devise policies supporting other industries ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Business ...

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Four things millennials hate about you

By MERGE GUPTA-SUNDERJI Sure, you think younger employees are exasperating. But did you know you annoy them too? ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Business ...

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Meet members of the not-retired-at-65 club: Roseman

By Ellen Roseman - On Your Side Many people choose to stay on the job past the normal retirement age, including Canada's new finance minister Joe Oliver (soon to be 74). ...Read t ...

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GM recall documents 'paint an unsettling picture'

By Reuters Thousands of documents from General Motors and a federal agency on the automaker's faulty ignition switches provide an "unsettling picture," according to a U.S. congres ...

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Lost in the system: Tax credits you may be missing

By Gordon Pape - Building Wealth It's worth taking the time to find tax credits you're eligible for. ...Read the news Source: The Star - All Business stories ...

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'Zapper' in crosshairs as taxman targets high-tech tax evasion

By Ian Munroe The federal government is hoping that new rules that went into effect this year will help fight electronic tax evasion in restaurants and retail stores that have bee ...

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Investors more open to business pitches from handsome guys, study says

By Shan Li, Los Angeles Times ...Read the news Source: The Star - All Business stories ...

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