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What the Rogers boardroom drama means for investors: Barbara Shecter



Watch: Financial Post’s Barbara Shecter on the turmoil inside the Rogers boardroom

Eric Nuttall: This oil party is just getting started: Eric Nuttall



After eight years of misery, energy investors are finally being rewarded

Why Calgary's new mayor wants to declare a 'climate emergency': Gabriel Friedman



Episode 125 of the Down to Business podcast

Oilpatch concerned as former Greenpeace activist Steven Guilbeault named environment minister: Geoffrey Morgan



Oilpatch concerned as former Greenpeace activist Steven Guilbeault named environment ministerfinancialpost.com

Lightspeed founder Dax Dasilva's conservation efforts court next generation of talent and cynicism alike: Kevin Carmichael



Those who think that crusading bosses are bad shareholders should take note. Doing good isn't vanity. It's now part of the job

Sleep Country’s digital revolution during the pandemic: Larysa Harapyn



Watch: President Stewart Schaefer on how Sleep Country Canada accelerated during the COVID-19 pandemic

Elon Musk's fortune surges $36 billion in only one day after Hertz's Tesla order: Manulife Coverme



Elon Musk's fortune surges $36 billion in only one day after Hertz's Tesla orderfinancialpost.com

'A huge concentration of power': Duelling boards seen as symptom of unusual Rogers power structure: Bianca Bharti



Founder Ted Rogers added another layer of control for his offspring: a trust that holds the majority of the voting shares

Tim Hortons expects labour shortage to ease as feds roll up aid for workers: Jake Edmiston



Restaurant Brands International expecting an 'influx' of workers now that CRB has expired

Joe Oliver: Our energy self-delusion continues: Special to Financial Post



Ottawa is effectively killing any chance to reduce net global emissions by substituting Canadian gas for much higher-emitting coal in Asia

William Watson: Vaccine mandates not worth cost of tearing society apart: William Watson



William Watson: Vaccine mandates not worth cost of tearing society apartfinancialpost.com

Howard Levitt: The Big Quit is the perfect time for companies to revisit employment contracts: Howard Levitt



Howard Levitt: The Big Quit is the perfect time for companies to revisit employment contractsfinancialpost.com

Blame Henry Ford: Why the work week as we know it is all wrong: Henry Ford



First Hand: The modern seven-day cycle started as the car magnate wanted to sell more cars — to his own employees

Elon Musk's Tesla on its way to $1 trillion market value: Bloomberg News



The maker of the Model 3 sedan — the top-selling electric car worldwide — is poised to be the second fastest company ever to reach this mark

Bank of Canada to raise rates in Q3 next year, possibly sooner, economists say: Reuters



Just last month economists were almost evenly split on the risk of higher rates; now nearly all are saying sooner rather than later

Eggnog on shelves in October? Why not, say retailers, producers — and customers: Jake Edmiston



The traditional treat isn't just for Christmas any more and its boosting dairy sales

Hertz orders 100,000 Teslas in plan to electrify rental-car fleet: Bloomberg News



It's the single-largest purchase ever for electric vehicles and represents about US$4.2 billion of revenue for Tesla

Facebook, alarmed by drop in teen usage, left investors in the dark: Bloomberg News



Whistleblower documents paint stark picture of years-long decline in growth for key user groups on flagship Facebook app



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