How Did Carlos Ghosn Escape? One Theory Says He Smuggled Himself Out Of The Country In A Giant Box


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Hudson’s Bay chairman weighs raising offer for retailer: Bloomberg News



Baker and a group of allies have floated the idea of raising their offer to around $11 a share from $10.30 a share, roughly the same price Catalyst Capital offered

How did Carlos Ghosn escape? One theory says he smuggled himself out of the country in a giant box: Bloomberg News



Somehow he evaded round-the-clock manned and video surveillance and heavy restrictions on his freedom of movement in Japan to flee to Lebanon

The loonie was this year’s strongest major currency — but it could stall out in 2020: Bloomberg News



The head of foreign-exchange strategy at Credit Suisse thinks Bank of Canada policy makers will be quick to try to curtail a significant rise

Trump says he will sign phase-one trade deal with China on Jan. 15: Bloomberg News



Trump tweets the signing will take place at the White House

The Bank of Canada is expected to hold rates in 2020 — here’s why: Kevin Carmichael



The Financial Post’s Kevin Carmichael talks about what to expect from monetary policy in 2020

This independent firm beat Canada’s big banks to win top spot on 2019 IPOs: Bloomberg News



In a year many bankers and companies called 'challenging' for initial public offerings, this Canadian firm bucked the trend

These are the Canadian cities most (and least) likely to be affected by automation: The Logic



Canada’s small towns face the highest risk of losing jobs to automation, government analysis shows

The Alberta town that’s at greatest risk of losing jobs to automation: The Logic



More than one in four jobs in Brooks, Alta., could have at least 70 per cent of human tasks replaced by machines

For millennials, discontent and opportunity go hand in hand: Martin Pelletier



Martin Pelletier: More than a third of millennials believe the current economic system is failing them, but those brave enough to adapt will prosper

The TSX’s top-10 performing stocks of the decade — some boasting 4,000% plus returns: Victor Ferreira



List includes tech companies, an airline giant, dollar stores and a label maker

Carlos Ghosn flees to Lebanon to escape Japan’s ‘rigged’ legal system: Bloomberg News



'I have not fled justice,' Ghosn said in an emailed statement Tuesday. 'I have escaped injustice and political persecution'

Tories’ ‘made-in-Canada’ recession narrative is only resonating because the Liberals have a lousy script: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: And when the audience for that story becomes too big, the story becomes true

Reitmans CEO Jeremy Reitman, champion of Canada’s retail fashion industry, has died: Emily Jackson



Under Jeremy Reitman, the retailer survived the disruption of the past decade when its peers Jacob, Mexx, Comark and Express couldn’t make it work

Don’t refuse reasonable settlements — and other harsh lessons from the Ontario Court of Appeal: Howard Levitt



Howard Levitt: Here are some of the major employment law cases that grabbed our attention this year

Why investors might want to root for Donald Trump’s re-election: Larysa Harapyn



David Kaufman, CEO of Westcourt Capital Corporation, talks about the big themes for investors’ going into 2020

Jeremy Reitman, CEO of fashion retailer Reitmans Canada, has died: Financial Post Staff



Navigated the company through a troubled decade for traditional retailers

Still betting on Warren Buffett: Berkshire Hathaway and 9 other stocks that could break out in 2020: Victor Ferreira



Ten portfolio managers pick one stock in their portfolios they feel could outperform the pack this year

Space robotics business MDA being sold to consortium for $1 billion: Reuters



Sale will include all of MDA's Canadian operations

How a Winnipeg entrepreneur is using Mother Nature’s deadly weapon to fight antibiotic-resistant superbugs: Joe O'Connor



One to watch: Steven Theriault’s research on bacteriophages has put him at the cutting edge of a potential bio-medical revolution



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