Chaos At The Border: How Trump’S Immigration Policies Are Roiling Canadian Business Travellers’ Plans


David Koch, billionaire industrialist who funded conservatives, dies at 79: Bloomberg News



The industrialist and libertarian used his fortune to transform American politics while also donating more than US$1 billion to philanthropic causes

China hits back at U.S. with tariffs on $75-billion of imports in latest trade war skirmish: Bloomberg News



An extra 5 per cent tariff will be put on American soybeans starting next month, and a 25 per cent duty on U.S. cars will resume Dec. 15

G7 leaders are too busy squabbling to do anything about a world economy teetering toward recession: Bloomberg News



Group of Seven allies are so divided there's little hope for the type of coordinated response that sprang from similar meetings a decade ago

Chaos at the border: How Trump’s immigration policies are roiling Canadian business travellers’ plans: Julius Melnitzer



'The policy changes keep happening in fits and starts and sometimes it just feels like we’re all over the place,' one lawyer says

Deducting personal expenses as business ones lands taxpayer in hot water years later: Jamie Golombek



Jamie Golombek: This taxpayer claimed business expenses while involved in a multi-level marketing scheme, which never turned a profit

Hasbro buys Peppa Pig, PJ Masks owner in $4 billion deal: Bloomberg News



The deal, which would be Hasbro’s largest, marks a major expansion of the toymaker’s media efforts

Following a lay off, it’s tackling a hefty mortgage that is this couple’s biggest hurdle to retirement: Andrew Allentuck



The key for this couple is to make all that idle cash they have productive

Inside Amazon and Spotify’s race to master time and space in e-commerce: James McLeod



Shopify and Amazon are more strategic partners than competitors, with Shopify needing Amazon the same way Harry Potter needs Voldemort

Why Ontario's cannabis retail lottery winners seem familiar - Financial Post:



Why Ontario's cannabis retail lottery winners seem familiar Financial Post Multiple addresses associated with one legal cannabis retailer based in Sudbury, Ont. appear to have won big during the second round of Ontario's cannabis...

Rewards for data: Drop gets US$44M to expand rewards app: James McLeod



'… a competitor to credit card companies who have had ownership of this data and made it expensive for companies to buy': analyst

‘Their success is our success’: Amazon spends $15 billion to help merchants boost sales in charm offensive: Bloomberg News



Some Amazon merchants have complained about rising costs of using logistics network and buying ads to stand out on an increasingly cluttered website

CIBC profit beats despite higher provisioning for losses in troubled natural gas sector: Geoff Zochodne



CIBC said low natural gas prices forced it to set aside more money for possible loan losses

The tech-stock boom has well and truly arrived in Canada’s market: Bloomberg News



Technology stocks have climbed a massive 59 per cent in 2019 — more than double the next-best industry group on the S&P/TSX Composite Index

Another WeWork rival lures cash from investors that include Brookfield, CPPIB: Bloomberg News



New York-based startup Industrious raised US$80 million from backers

How to use your TFSA to make money instead of as just a place to park cash: Larysa Harapyn



For the first time, more Canadians have TFSAs over RRSPs, but they're not using them effectively

Dividend stocks are being touted as a substitute for bonds, but the reality is much more complicated: Tom Bradley



Tom Bradley: Owning stocks makes sense, but it only works if — and it’s a big if — you stick to the strategy when markets are down

Apple readying camera-focused Pro iPhones, new iPads, larger MacBook Pro: Bloomberg News



The new hardware will be released in the coming weeks and months, with the new iPhones likely going on sale in September

Why the best solution to sluggish economic growth may be to get used to it: Joe Chidley



Joe Chidley: To fight secular stagnation governments will have to spend, big-time, to create demand, but that might not happen

CIBC profit beats on strength in retail, commercial banking units: Reuters



However, net income at its capital markets business fell 13 per cent to $231 million, hurt by higher provision for credit losses

Trans Mountain construction to restart but prospective bidders staying on the sidelines for now: Geoffrey Morgan



'TMX would clearly fit into (our) mandate but we cannot take on the noise with something like that.'



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