‘Bitter Pill To Swallow’: Fear And Dismay As Encana Chooses U.S. As New Home


‘Bitter pill to swallow’: Fear and dismay as Encana chooses U.S. as new home: Geoffrey Morgan



“I don’t think it’s alarmist to call it a crisis. This is a Main Street issue – people are losing their jobs, people are losing their houses," one analyst said

China casts doubt on reaching long-term trade deal with U.S. under Trump: Bloomberg News



Chinese officials have warned they won't budge on the thorniest issues, sources say, and they don't trust Trump's impulsive nature

Bank of Canada is buckling under pressure from business sentiment: Larysa Harapyn



Kevin Carmichael speaks about what the bank’s decision to hold means for the economy

Apple results had ‘no blemishes,’ according to Wall Street analysts: Bloomberg News



Analysts say demand for recently released iPhone 11 models bodes well for the holiday period and were pleased with services business

Waterfront Toronto votes to rein in Sidewalk Labs project, but keep it alive: James McLeod



The decision is not in any way an approval of the Sidewalk Labs plan; it’s simply a decision not to kill the whole project at this point, board chair said

SNC-Lavalin stock jumps after 407 toll road sale boosts quarterly earnings: Gabriel Friedman



Ian Edwards, who was confirmed as the CEO, says the company is considering selling its oil and gas business

Hockey pro turned garbage tycoon plans Canada’s largest IPO: Bloomberg News



The company has yet to turn a profit and has racked up a lot of debt to fuel acquisitions

The three little words the Fed left out could be a big clue on where it’s going next: Joe Chidley



Joe Chidley: The Fed isn’t approaching the floor; instead, it might have just established a new ceiling

Canada’s GDP gains 0.1% in August as manufacturing rebounds: Reuters



Analysts in a Reuters poll had predicted an increase of 0.2 per cent in August following no change in July

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey bans political ads in swipe at Facebook: Bloomberg News



'We believe political message reach should be earned, not bought,' Dorsey wrote on Twitter

Encana moving to the U.S., changing name amid Canadian pipeline crunch - Financial Post:



Encana moving to the U.S., changing name amid Canadian pipeline crunch Financial Post Encana sheds Canadian roots with name change and US domicile BNNBloomberg.ca Calgary-based Encana to establish corporate domicile in U.S., change name to Ovintiv Global News…

Convictions of ex-Valeant and Philidor executives upheld, payouts reduced: Reuters



Court said the two should together forfeit no more than US$9.7 million, the proceeds of the kickback scheme, rather than US$9.7 million each

As boomers cash out of their businesses, the big banks are cashing in through deal financing: Geoff Zochodne



Canadian banks have been surfing a grey wave

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Bell bringing HBO Max streaming service content to Canada after signing long-term deal: James McLeod



Wednesday’s announcement means the 'lion’s share' of the HBO Max library will now become available to the 2.7 million Crave subscribers

‘We’re not building a unicorn here’: Investment in plant-based protein weighs on Maple Leaf Foods results: Jake Edmiston



'We forecast the market to be at $25B within 10 years in North America alone,' CEO Michael McCain said. 'We have our sights on capturing $3B of it'

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Cyber attack on Asia ports could cost $110 bln - Lloyd's - Financial Post:



LONDON A cyber attack on Asian ports could cost as much as $110 billion, or half the total global loss from natural catastrophes in 2018, a Lloyd’s of London-backed report said on Wednesday. Cyber insurance is seen as a growth market by insurance providers su…

Facebook beats on revenue, driven by steady rise in advertising: Reuters



Monthly active users rose to 2.45 billion

Here’s why the most efficient oilsands companies will pay more under Alberta’s new carbon tax: Geoffrey Morgan



Environmental organizations, however, decried the move away from a carbon price that rewarded companies for reducing their emissions below the industry’s average

Canadian retail investors get first chance to invest in regulated, publicly traded bitcoin fund after 3iQ wins battle with OSC: Barbara Shecter



At first Ontario’s market watchdog rejected the idea

U.S. Federal Reserve cuts rates again but signals a pause in easing cycle: Reuters



The Fed said it will 'monitor the implications of incoming information for the economic outlook as it assesses the appropriate path' of its target interest rate



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