Alberta Gears Up For Another Legal Battle Over Keystone Xl After Biden Vows To Pull Permissions


Alberta gears up for another legal battle over Keystone XL after Biden vows to pull permissions: Geoffrey Morgan



Next U.S. president has the power to force TC Energy to dig up the pipeline, says one legal scholar

Johnson & Johnson is discontinuing talc baby powder in U.S., Canada: Bloomberg News



Thousands of lawsuits alleging asbestos contamination led to a decline in sales

Howard Levitt: Why using COVID-19 as an excuse to fire certain employees could be deemed illegal: Howard Levitt



Such fired employees are entitled to substantial compensation in addition to reinstatement or wrongful dismissal damages

Warren Buffett cuts crisis-era bet on Goldman Sachs: Bloomberg News



Berkshire Hathaway sold 84 per cent of its Goldman Sachs stock in the first quarter

Apex Legends maker expands into Canada with new Vancouver studio: Chad Sapieha



New Respawn Entertainment location is currently hiring with a focus on live services for EA's blockbuster shooter

Facebook to pay $9 million in settlement with Competition Bureau over privacy control claims: James McLeod



Settles claims Facebook gave a false impression over control of personal information accessible to third-party developers

Understanding debt and debt financing during the pandemic: Leigh Taveroff



Is debt a lifeline or can it sink your financial boat?

What playing Monopoly during lockdown can teach Canadians about real estate and cash flow: Martin Pelletier



Martin Pelletier: Instead of keeping a close eye on managing cash flow and building a safety net, Canadians have gone on a real estate buying binge

Five reasons why you should start learning this in-demand management skill: Postmedia



Looking for an inclusive and accountable way to move your work projects forward? Then you need to take a deep dive into Agile project management.

Reitmans files for creditor protection: Reuters



The retailer said it is attempting to secure interim financing

Canadian dark pool trading platform MatchNow to be acquired by Chicago-based Cboe Global Markets: Barbara Shecter



MatchNow’s market share of Canadian dark trading is nearly 65%, and it accounts for about 7% of total Canadian equities volume

Home Depot misses profit expectations as it spends heavily to reward employees working during the pandemic; shares drop: Reuters



Retailer scraps its full-year outlook, citing uncertainties stemming from the pandemic

Walmart’s first-quarter same-store sales rise 10%, online revenues surge: Reuters



May 19 (Reuters) — Walmart Inc’s first-quarter U.S. comparable sales rose 10% and the retailer reported a 74% rise in online sales on Tuesday as stockpiling of groceries and other essentials drove consumers to its stores and website during the coronavirus-rel…

Stocks futures dropping after yesterday’s monster rally as optimism fades: Bloomberg News



Headwinds remain for stocks, not least a deteriorating U.S.-China relationship

Here’s what kind of return you can expect from stock markets going forward: Jason Heath



Jason Heath: These factors will help investors and advisors set appropriate expectations about returns

Companies can charge a fee to help with CERB applications, but the practice raises eyebrows: Vanmala Subramaniam



Government has won praise for how easy it is to apply for CERB, but that hasn’t stopped one tax consultancy from charging $160 to help

Stock market’s recovery will be far faster than 2008: Citigroup: Reuters



Citigroup says U.S. markets will return to levels from before March's coronavirus lockdowns more than twice as fast as after the financial crisis

Esri and IDB Offer Solution to Combat COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean - Financial Post:



Advanced Geospatial Technology Will Be Provided during PandemicREDLANDS, Calif. — Esri, the global leader in location intelligence, today announced that it has partnered with the Inter-Americ…

How people are saving on their subscriptions with a VPN: Postmedia



Every penny counts during this economic downturn, which has some people finding creative ways to save money, like using a VPN to save on subscription costs.

What Canada’s big pension plans were buying and selling in the first quarter of the COVID-19 market: Victor Ferreira



Major funds took different strategies to navigating rocky first quarter



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