The Gospel According To Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’S Right-Hand Man: Lower Your Expectations


‘Potential catastrophe’: Rail blockades disrupt supply chains for food — which may lead to grocery shortages: Naomi Powell



Manufacturers scramble to deliver products, industry warns of potential shortages of propane and chlorine and mining companies curtail production

Why Canadian automakers should accelerate their electric vehicle capabilities: Financial Post Staff



Auto industry faces dramatic risks from the global transition to electric vehicles and it could soon start impacting jobs, according to a new report

The gospel according to Charlie Munger, Warren Buffett’s right-hand man: lower your expectations: Financial Times



It’s a lot harder to get ahead in the world than it used to be, says investing legend

Canadian home prices continue to climb but buyers and sellers sit on the sidelines in January: Financial Post Staff



CREA suggests sales and listings will pick up in the spring

Canopy Growth shares surge after reporting smaller-than-expected loss - Financial Post:



Canopy Growth shares surge after reporting smaller-than-expected loss Financial Post Canopy Growth shares surge 20%, sales up 62% in Q3 Yahoo Canada Finance Canopy Growth rallies as third-quarter revenue rises - Article - BNN BNNBloomberg.ca Canopy Growth con…

$700 and rising — why investors should stop looking at Shopify stock as a ‘tech darling’: Larysa Harapyn



Financial Post reporter James McLeod talks about Shopify's earnings report and explains what the company's revenue growth means

Why you can’t claim a rental loss when you give your adult children a cut-rate deal on rent: Jamie Golombek



Jamie Golombek: Tax court rules that taxpayer renting to children was not in pursuit of profit, but a personal endeavour

Elon Musk, short on cash, keeps borrowing more and more money even as Tesla stock surges: Bloomberg News



Musk has US$548 million in personal loans from Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, an increase of 8 per cent since May

Terence Corcoran: Big Tech and the myths of monopoly - Financial Post:



Today’s dominant companies likely to lose market share and cease to dominate as competition from newcomers increases, not through antitrust

Canopy Growth jumps 19% in premarket trading after reporting smaller-than-expected loss: Reuters



To pacify investors impatient for profits, Canopy and its rivals started the year by announcing a wide range of cost reductions

Enbridge eyes booming U.S. LNG market with pipeline acquisition; profit falls short of estimates: Reuters



Enbridge also said it will acquire Rio Bravo Pipeline Company, LLC from Houston-based NextDecade

How couple ‘in love with the sea’ can keep boat, way of life without downsizing for the next 20 years: Andrew Allentuck



Two-stage solution based on taking out income and then, when capital has been spent, downsizing their $1,200,000 house to get more money

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No reform, no cash: majors hold out for new Nigerian oil law - Financial Post:



ABUJA — A Nigerian oil reform two decades in the making is urgently needed to get money into its energy sector, industry executives say, as tax increases and regulatory uncertainty scupper in…

Bombardier may have failed, but at least it tried to win: Kevin Carmichael



Kevin Carmichael: A humbling time for one of Canada’s great enterprises

Thyssenkrupp’s elevator bidders, including Brookfield, CPPIB, on edge as board fights over decision: Bloomberg News



Board fighting over taking highest offer from rival Kone Oyj despite antitrust risks or going with bid from private-equity with no competition issues

Too early to tell about impact of coronavirus on businesses, say Sun Life and Manulife: Victor Ferreira



Operations will be able to carry on even with branches and offices shut down

'The dismantling of Bombardier': Company abandons commercial aerospace, eyes focus on private jets as sale of train unit said to loom - Financial Post:



'The dismantling of Bombardier': Company abandons commercial aerospace, eyes focus on private jets as sale of train unit said to loom Financial Post Bombardier leaving commercial aviation CBC News Bombardier completes its exit of commercial aviation as it sel…

Why illiquid investments are all the rage and what you need to know about their risks: Tom Bradley



Tom Bradley: Sacrificing liquidity is a valuable investment strategy since not all your holdings need to be easily tradeable

Jeff Bezos just spent $165-million on a Beverly Hills mansion — a record for Los Angeles: Bloomberg News



Sale comes just days after filings showed Bezos cashed out US$4.1 billion of Amazon shares

Here’s why some self-employed contractors can sue their ’employers’ for dismissal: Howard Levitt



Howard Levitt: Some doctors can recover awards against which normal dismissal awards palpably pale in comparison



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