The Election May Be About The Economy, But Don’T Tell Business

The election may be about the economy, but don’t tell business: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: The campaign appears destined to take place with little regard for the enterprises that create most of the country’s wealth

Enbridge urges regulator to avoid intervening in pipeline plan: Geoffrey Morgan

'The board has never before intervened in an open-season process, even when an abuse of market power has been alleged': Enbridge

Asian Development Bank eyes more private-sector work, while keeping an eye on trade troubles: Geoff Zochodne

Conflict key risk to Asian growth

‘We are not in a better place’: Peter MacKay on the Liberals’ fraying trade relations: Larysa Harapyn

MacKay speaks about the effect trade wars between Canada, China and the U.S. will have on the economy — and what that means going into a election

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Apple looks set to steal Netflix’s streaming crown — but its lead won’t last long: Reuters

Apple's move to give away a free year of TV+ to people who buy its products will likely make it the biggest streaming service by user numbers

U.S. farmers’ group says there’s a major flaw with the new NAFTA — and it has nothing to do with dairy: The Canadian Press

The National Farmers Union is taking issue with extended patent protection for new drugs because farm families need access to more affordable healthcare

Roots stock dives 14% after retailer lowers profit target for the year: Colin McClelland

Macro-economic and geopolitical headwinds on its Asian business are forcing the company to lower sales expectations

Apple lowered the price of new iPhone 11, but important Asian market doesn’t seem all that impressed: Reuters

'Since we still have to wait a year for 5G, why not just buy Huawei on Monday'

When is wine considered Canadian-made? Appeals court distills the answer in tax dispute: Jake Edmiston

In ‘fascinating’ decision, judge spared a B.C. cider-maker roughly $2 million in duties after embarking on a deep discussion of when wine becomes wine

Donald Trump is tweeting that the Fed should cut interest rates to ‘zero or less’ to refinance debt: Reuters

Blames Fed's Jerome Powell for missing 'a once in a lifetime opportunity'

Down to Business podcast: Bill Morneau on the Liberals’ strategy for the Canadian economy: Emily Jackson

Episode 21 of a weekly podcast from the Financial Post

Hong Kong Exchanges bids $39 billion to take over London Stock Exchange: Reuters

Unsolicited offer contingent on the LSE ditching its acquisition of data company Refinitiv

Catalyst Capital divulges share in Hudson’s Bay is near threshold to block Richard Baker’s bid: Barbara Shecter

Stake is 50 per cent higher than previously revealed

‘Really exciting’: Canadian gas sector cheers Woodside’s decision to sell partial Kitimat LNG stake: Geoffrey Morgan

'When you’re non-operator, anywhere between 20 per cent and 40 per cent' is the right holding: Woodside CEO

Digital experts raise data and privacy concerns in review of Sidewalk Labs project: James McLeod

Report critical of a number of core elements of the smart city

Apple’s new iPhone 11 series goes heavy on cameras, improved battery life in bid to lure buyers: Bloomberg News

The new models distinguish themselves from their predecessors with new colours and finishes as well as new photo capabilities

Apple’s streaming TV service to cost $4.99 a month, launch Nov. 1: Reuters

Apple also announced its video game service, Apple Arcade, will be a tab in the App Store and available starting Sept. 19 and cost US$4.99 a month

Gold could vault over $2,000 as recession risk climbs, Citigroup says: Bloomberg News

Drivers include the likelihood the Federal Reserve will reduce U.S. interest rates to zero

McDonald’s gets closer to automated drive-thru with purchase of tech startup: Bloomberg News

Eventually McDonald's hopes to have a machine, instead of a person, on the other side of the intercom to relay orders to kitchen staff

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