Land And Buildings Part Of Dissident Group Still Intent On Spiking Hbc Privatization: Source


Land and Buildings part of dissident group still intent on spiking HBC privatization: source: Jake Edmiston



Since HBC's executive chairman Richard Baker's group first proposed the deal in June, Litt has derided it as 'woefully inadequate' and 'dead on arrival'

One of Canada’s richest people went ‘all-in’ on Pengrowth. It may have cost him big time: Barbara Shecter



In May, when the stock was trading around 56 cents, Seymour Schulich increased his ownership to 165 million shares. Cona Resources will now pay 5 cents a share to buy the company

Targeted tax break for green initiatives in oil patch could help lure back foreign investment: CIBC CEO: Geoff Zochodne



Canada needs to get its energy to market, Dodig said, but must also earn recognition for the environmental, social and governance factors that these investors value

To stave off recession, the Bank of Canada and Parliament might have to work together: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: The Bank of Canada let it be known that fiscal stimulus would be preferable to interest-rate cuts at this juncture

‘This is not the fix you are looking for’: Why Encana’s proposed move is being widely criticized: Geoffrey Morgan



Analysts say Encana's name change and relocation isn't likely to radically improve its performance on its own

Apple requests tariff waivers on iPhone parts, watch and AirPods: Bloomberg News



Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said earlier this week that Apple is already paying tariffs on some products

BMO’s $3-billion fund for women-owned businesses taps into segment growing faster than any other: Special to Financial Post



Women-owned businesses are less than half as likely as their male counterparts to seek financial support and bank loans

Pelosi calls new NAFTA the ‘easiest trade deal we’ve ever done,’ but doesn’t rule out vote next year: Bloomberg News



Republicans growing increasingly worried that time is running out for a vote this year, and that it won't be possible to consider next year

Desjardins now says all of its members — 4.2 million — were affected by data theft: The Canadian Press



The revision is up from the 2.9 million first reported in June

Apple TV+ meets streaming rivals on original shows, but lack of back catalog a big omission: Bloomberg News



Video-streaming services typically start with a back catalog to 'create early interest' before 'transitioning' to originals

Meticulous couple who sock away almost half monthly income have one flaw in retirement planning: Andrew Allentuck



Alberta couple is playing it too safe

Pengrowth stock plunges 72.5% after board agrees to sell out to Cona Resources for $740M: Reuters



The company said severe funding crisis in the Canadian energy capital markets impeded its ability to secure funding

Scotiabank looking to add ultra-rich clients through possible U.S. money manager acquisition: Bloomberg News



Exec sees adding wealth management in the U.S. as a way to fill a gap for Canada's third-largest lender

‘They told me it was untaxable in 1965’ no excuse for failing to declare income, judge finds: Jamie Golombek



Jamie Golombek: You can rack up significant penalties and arrears interest for the non-reporting of the income, even if the CRA has the info already

Time to turn down the vol on investment industry jargon: Tom Bradley



Tom Bradley: If you don’t know what a word or acronym means, stop your advisor and ask for an explanation

BMO to appoint retiring BCE CEO George Cope as chair: Colin McClelland



Cope, 58, replaces Robert Prichard, who’s been chairman since 2012 and an independent director for two decades

Google to buy Fitbit for $2.1 billion: Bloomberg News



Move could shore up internet giant’s hardware business, while also potentially increasing antitrust scrutiny

HBC privatization bid faces hurdle as Catalyst says it has enough votes to block it: Barbara Shecter



Catalyst called the transaction approved by HBC’s board 'nothing more than a severely undervalued share buyback at the expense of shareholders'

Revised terms of waterfront project take data control out of Sidewalk Labs’ hands: Geoff Zochodne



Replacing Sidewalk's earlier proposals are expectations that existing terms and legalities would be applied to the project. Personal information is also to be stored and processed in Canada

Death Stranding review: The post-apocalypse delivery man simulation you didn’t know you needed: Chad Sapieha



Hideo Kojima's first post-Konami game is deeply weird and a tad scattershot, but rarely less than compelling and absolutely unforgettable



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