Sears Life Insurance Payouts Could Be Just $135 In Latest Blow To Beleaguered Workers


Safer debt or cooler housing prices? Goal of mortgage stress test has become unclear, says Equitable Bank CEO: Geoff Zochodne



Before you tweak the rules clarify what they are trying to achieve, says Andrew Moor

Big win for foreign plaintiffs as Pan American settles Guatemala mine case: Gabriel Friedman



The cost of litigating these cases can make them prohibitively expensive to bring, so there’s unlikely to be a flood of similar litigation in the future

U.S. Federal Reserve cuts rate: Read the official statement: Financial Post Staff



Federal Reserve cuts rate for first time in a decade

U.S. Federal Reserve cuts rate for first time in decade, leaves door open to more cuts: Reuters



First cut since the recession

Sears life insurance payouts could be just $135 in latest blow to beleaguered workers: Bloomberg News



Benefit should have been worth thousands of dollars to heirs of the former employees

Consent can’t be ‘frozen in time’ even if embryos can be, appeals court finds: Special to Financial Post



Wife denied use of embryo after divorced husband withdraws his consent

Cybersecurity concerns slow pace of M&A activity in first half, despite abundance of capital on the hunt: Colin McClelland



Newmont Mining Corp.’s $10 billion acquisition of Goldcorp Inc. was the largest deal

Canada’s economy posts third gain in a row as manufacturing rebounds: Reuters



Growth beats expectations

Sobeys to remove plastic grocery bags from all of its stores by January 2020: Financial Post Staff



The move will take 225 million plastic grocery bags a year out of circulation

Down to Business podcast: Why Canada is backing Telesat in space race for faster, cheaper internet: Emily Jackson



Episode 15 of the weekly podcast from the Financial Post

Fed looks locked in for quarter-point cut, but there may be drama: Bloomberg News



Unclear what signal will emerge about the scope for further easing

TC Energy strikes a $2.87 billion gas-plant deal with Ontario Power Generation: Geoffrey Morgan



Sells two natural gas-fired power plants and a 50 per cent stake in a third to OPG, which is on shopping spree

Apple beats expectations on profit, revenue and sales outlook with ‘marked improvement’ in China: Reuters



Services revenue rose to new record but missed expectations

‘Extremely frustrating’: Air Canada will acutely feel the absence of Max 737s in the third quarter: Emily Jackson



Air Canada will have fewer seats available than expected in its busy summer season thanks to the prolonged grounding of the Boeing 737 Max fleet, a capacity crunch that executives said will dampen earnings growth in the third quarter. Canada’s largest airline…

Meghan Markle’s favourite affordable Canadian brand is defying the trend of retail decline: Bloomberg News



As competitors shut down locations and slash costs, Aritzia's strategy of affordable luxury is working

Air Canada scraps 737 Max flights until 2020, joining Southwest - Financial Post:



Air Canada scraps 737 Max flights until 2020, joining Southwest Financial Post Air Canada has removed the Boeing 737 Max from its schedule until January pending regulatory approvals, joining Southwest Airlines Co. in scrapping plans for...

Want a greener grid? Just add water and air: Financial Post Staff



How Toronto-based Hydrostor is enabling the transition to a cleaner electricity grid

How a U.S. recession could derail the Canadian economy: Larysa Harapyn



Alex Bellefleur, chief economist at Mackenzie Investments

Capital One hacking exposes data of 6 million Canadians in one of biggest security breaches in country’s history: The Canadian Press



Approximately one million social insurance numbers were compromised

‘Great research, horrible commercialization’: Why investors see Canada as a potential hotbed for health tech: James McLeod



Universities and research hospitals get help to bring commercial product to market



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