U.S. To Probe Fitbit, Garmin, Other Wearable Devices After Philips Complains

TMX Group says CEO to retire early, finds no evidence of misconduct: Barbara Shecter

'Historical allegations' of sexual harassment and sexual misconduct by Lou Eccleston while at Bloomberg in U.S.

Ex-SNC-Lavalin executive Sami Bebawi gets 8.5 years in prison for fraud, corruption: The Canadian Press

A jury last month found the former head of SNC-Lavalin's construction division guilty of paying off foreign officials and pocketing millions

U.S. to probe Fitbit, Garmin, other wearable devices after Philips complains: Reuters

Allegations of patent violations

Alberta couple with big age gap worry that their prosperity is fragile: Andrew Allentuck

Wife would lose $17,000 a year in income if her husband dies

Oil remains a pillar of Canada’s economy, but it’s the digital economy that’s driving growth: Kevin Carmichael

Kevin Carmichael: Concerns the Canadian economy is in trouble are based on a set of data blind to much of the wealth being generated in the digital realm

Canada Goose’s challenge this year is to prove all the short sellers wrong: Bloomberg News

A growing number of investors are betting the company's shares are earthbound as inventories pile up and sales growth slows

Carlos Ghosn’s fortune is dwindling as life on the run proves expensive: Bloomberg News

The cost of his escape included US$14 million in forfeited bail money, and another US$15 million to get to Beirut

Score is Taxman 2, Taxpayers 0 in recent TFSA overcontribution cases: Jamie Golombek

While many Canadians look forward to socking away another $6,000 in TFSAs this year, battles continue over past contributions

Ottawa’s heavy spending is a concern — but so is a lack of business investments: Larysa Harapyn

The Financial Post's Kevin Carmichael speaks about the state of the Canadian economy as we begin 2020

CIBC hires former Tory cabinet minister Lisa Raitt as vice-chair for global investment banking: Bloomberg News

Raitt also served as deputy leader of the official opposition


Building Boom Set to Vault Toronto Past Chicago in Skyscraper Rankings: Bloomberg News

(Bloomberg) — Toronto is on pace to move up in North America’s skyscraper rankings, thanks to a building boom that shows little sign of wavering. With 67, Canada’s largest city ranks third on the continent for tall buildings of at least 150 meters (492 feet),…

‘No good options’: All eyes are on Trudeau as West faces dilemma in dealing with Iran: Naomi Powell

Ottawa faces problem of how to balance its need to remain close to its most important ally, the U.S., while refraining from adopting its hardline approach

Five things to remember when you want to beat the market jitters: Peter Hodson

Peter Hodson: Sometimes, it makes a lot of sense to sit back and look at the big picture

Mark Zuckerberg is done with his famous ‘personal challenge’ New Year’s resolutions: Bloomberg News

Facebook CEO's prior challenges included learning Mandarin and a promise to only eat meat that he killed himself

Canada beats forecasts with 35,200 jobs in December, unemployment rate falls to 5.6%: Reuters

Entirely in full-time positions

TMX CEO Lou Eccleston to retire early; board says found no evidence of sexual harassment: Financial Post Staff

TMX said chief financial officer John McKenzie will take on the duties of interim chief executive officer, as the board searches for a new CEO

Ontario Teachers’, National made payments to German authorities after Maple Bank tax allegations: Geoff Zochodne

Not suspected of wrongdoing by German prosecutors, Canadian entities say

Boeing releases internal messages on 737 MAX, calls them 'completely unacceptable' - Calgary Herald:

Boeing releases internal messages on 737 MAX, calls them 'completely unacceptable' Calgary Herald Boeing documents show workers had 737 Max concerns they hid from FAA CBC.ca 'Designed by clowns': Boeing releases flood of troubling internal documents related t…

U.S.-China pact signals global trade progress, but Poloz says it’s uncertain if Canada will benefit: Bloomberg News

Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said losses from the trade conflict are likely to be permanent even if growth picks up

Despite utter confusion in Washington, markets can still prevail: U.S. analyst: Larysa Harapyn

Greg Valliere, chief U.S. policy strategist at AGF Investments, talks about the implications the U.S.-Iran crisis will have on markets, oil and the impeachment

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