China-U.S. Trade Deal Faces New Hurdle After Trump Signs Hong Kong Bill Backing Protestors


China-U.S. trade deal faces new hurdle after Trump signs Hong Kong bill backing protestors: Bloomberg News



China has threatened retaliation

Freeland cites progress after new NAFTA talks with U.S., Mexico in a divided Washington: The Canadian Press



American Thanksgiving holiday seen by many as one of the last reasonable opportunities for U.S. lawmakers to practically dispatch with USMCA

TMX board reviewing allegations over CEO’s past conduct: Barbara Shecter



Lou Eccleston accused of inappropriate behaviour toward women at Bloomberg, his former workplace

Mysterious fireball over Edmonton causes stir, but Imperial has an explanation: Geoffrey Morgan



Photos of the dagger of light extending up into the sky from a ball of flame went viral

RBC sees stock turbulence ahead as S&P 500 pushes toward 3,350: Bloomberg News



The U.S. stock market's record-setting rally will lose some steam in 2020, with the risk of a pullback increasing in the next few months

$5 billion of support for business, but more work to do: Rod Phillips: Larysa Harapyn



Finance Minister on challenges facing Ontario

Top mistakes to avoid when signing a lease agreement for your business: Denise Deveau



A few missteps during lease negotiations can easily put you out of business

There’s a problem when analogue policy makers set the rules for a digital world: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: We need to develop an intuitive understanding of what it takes for digital companies to succeed

Catalyst Capital tops Richard Baker’s $1.9 billion offer for Hudson’s Bay Co: Reuters



Catalyst, which owns 17.5 per cent of the Hudson's Bay, offered $11 per share

The pain of a failed investment can be the best teacher of all: Larry Sarbit



Larry Sarbit: Those who have never experienced large market declines are at a distinct disadvantage to those who have

How Shopify is ‘arming the rebels’ as Amazon builds its empire — podcast: Emily Jackson



Episode 32 of a weekly podcast from the Financial Post

Why Libra passes the money test and bitcoin doesn’t: Terence Corcoran



Even the Bank of Canada sees promise in stablecoins

Facebook is the trigger for a currency revolution that’s long overdue — like it, or not: Terence Corcoran



Terence Corcoran: The list of vested interests objecting to Libra is a global directory of the financial power structure

Inside Bird’s plan to win Canada’s e-scooter wars: The Logic



Bird has scooters on the ground in three cities, and plans for three more. But rollout hasn’t been smooth

Canada’s AggregateIQ broke privacy law in Cambridge Analytica scandal, probe finds: James McLeod



Privacy watchdogs find AIQ used personal information to target ads without proper consent during Brexit and U.S. presidential campaigns

Majority of Canadians plan to spend less this holiday season as debt scales new heights: Larysa Harapyn



Consumers are facing financial perils this shopping season

Sidewalk Labs and Plaza Ventures planning Toronto-based venture fund focused on smart-city technology: The Logic



Fund would target companies that solve urban problems around mobility, affordability and sustainability

Scotiabank expects ‘high single digit’ growth in foreign business after year of weaker gains: Geoff Zochodne



Earnings for 2019 up just 1%

Cenovus joins Big Oil’s push into Big Data with Amazon and IBM deals: Geoffrey Morgan



'Right now, we’re just scratching the surface of the value' of machine learning and analytics

The secret sauce musicians need to earn a living (and no, it’s not constant touring): Special to Financial Post



A little business savvy and entrepreneurial ability are critical



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