Sunday , 24 September 2017

Category: BUSINESS

Scotiabank looks to trim $3.5 billion stake fund giant

By Doug Alexander - Bloomberg ...Read the news Source: The Star - All Business stories ...

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Billion-dollar Nortel tab boosts pressure over runaway legal costs

By JEFF GRAY Lawyers say judges across the country are becoming increasingly likely to challenge what they see as “overlawyering” ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Bus ...

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Business worries about politics and energy in election

By John Spears - Business reporter, Business Reporter Ontario companies watching for signs of how vote could affect energy prices. ...Read the news Source: The Star - All Business ...

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Scotia Bank mulls sale of CI Financial stake

By TIM KILADZE Bank's position in the asset manager worth $3.8-billion ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Business ...

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Streetcar developments succeeds by flying under radar

By Susan Pigg - Business Reporter That was until it bought up a strip club and an old hotel in an effort to give back to the community ...Read the news Source: The Star - All Busi ...

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Ontario's economy rates a "B," conference board says

By Dana Flavelle - Economy Ontario is not as badly off as the U.S. "rust belt" states, but the province faces long-term economic challenges, the Conference Board says. ...Read the ...

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Pet food makers’ advertising dogfight escalates

By SUSAN KRASHINSKY Blue Buffalo makes good on threat to file lawsuit against Purina ...Read the news Source: The globe and mail - Business ...

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Late-day selloff takes TSX lower

By Malcolm Morrison - The Canadian Press ...Read the news Source: The Star - All Business stories ...

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Canadian retail pet food sales

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Citigroup’s Mexican bank fires 11 employees in fraud scandal

Banamex said in a Wednesday statement that the 11 employees of various ranks “did not follow the supervisory standards expected as part of their responsibilities” ...Read the news ...

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