WASHINGTON — Credit-reporting company Equifax Inc will pay up to a record US$650 million to settle U.S. federal and state probes into a massive 2017 data breach of personal information, authorities said on Monday. The largest-ever settlement for a data breach…
Exiting lump-sum Turnkey contracting
How one Canadian company twisted and turned, but couldn’t escape Trump’s tariff crossfire: Naomi Powell
Strain on businesses entangled in a global web of trade offensives and retaliations is unprecedented
Kevin Carmichael: We've been hurt so much because Trump caught us sleeping. Time to wake up
China's Nasdaq-style tech board opens for trade Financial Post SHANGHAI — China's Nasdaq-style tech board opens for trading on Monday. The first batch of 25 companies – from chip-makers to new materials firms – will...
Canadian cannabis LPs line up to swipe CannTrust’s medical patients while sales are offline: Victor Ferreira
'This is one of the opportunities out there for us to go from small (tier) to mid (tier).'
Trans Mountain construction work can go ahead as National Energy Board re-validates permits: Geoffrey Morgan
73 per cent of the detailed pipeline route had been approved and 64 of 98 pre-construction conditions for the project have been fully satisfied
David Rosenberg: Deflation is still the No. 1 threat to global economic stability — and central banks know it: David Rosenberg
No wonder interest rates are so low, pricing power is so anemic and central banks are so freaked out
John Chen: To build a trustworthy digital economy, regulations must require zero trust: Special to Financial Post
A zero trust model continuously authenticates a user’s identity and has its default set to trust no-one
Review: Does Philips novel home lighting system actually enhance interactive entertainment?
Loan interest is still deductible on your tax return, even if your investment or business goes belly up: Jamie Golombek
Jamie Golombek: Little-known 'loss of source' rule permits you to keep writing off previously deductible interest expenses after the source is gone
Elizabeth Warren declares war on private equity ‘vampires’ in new plan for Wall Street: Bloomberg News
Plan would make private-equity firms responsible for debts and pension obligations of companies they purchase
Boomers are ending marriages, sometimes for the second or third time, wrecking their finances on an unprecedented scale and never bouncing back
Ottawa is working hard to land trade deals abroad that businesses at home have never heard of: The Canadian Press
Survey finds with the exception of NAFTA few companies use these free-trade agreements
First decline in four months
With only one income and no company pensions to fall back on, couple’s retirement rests on savings: Andrew Allentuck
With almost $2-million in assets, you'd think this couple has enough wealth, but they're still worried
Larry Sarbit: Today's incredible ease with overvalued markets could find the foolhardy investor struggling to stay afloat
For first time, its Azure-based business segment beats its Windows-based segment on quarterly revenue
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Total revenue rose 12 per cent to $33.72 billion
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