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Mazda Canada targets market share gains as Japanese manufacturers gain edge from softening currency
The CEO of Britain's Co-operative Group Euan Sutherland has stepped down after calling the group "ungovernable." Joanna Partridge looks at the crisis engulfing one of Britain's oldest organisations.
Asking your boss for a raise can be a daunting endeavour. CareerCycles president Mark Franklin breaks down the right and wrong ways to approach the task.
Reuters has learned Greek yogurt maker Chobani is talking to consumer and private equity firms about a deal that would value it at about $2.5 billon. Fred Katayama reports.
Can Jim Prentice finally bridge the gap and make aboriginal Canadians like Northern Gateway?
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Export share of U.S. market has plunged since, economist finds
Move would allow certain alleged securities violators to avoid admitting guilt
South Korea has agreed to phase out tariffs on everything from Canadian pork to whisky over 15 years
Report on Business news editor Michael Babad looks at why he and the OECD are tired of winter
Paramount will offer one of its shares for every 300 MGM shares
Our employees remained calm, dedicated and connected as they watched the revolution unfold
Central bank governor moved quickly as soon as it learned that staff might not have acted on signs of possible manipulation of foreign exchanges rates
Loonie declines 0.02 of a cent to 90.06 cents (U.S.)
Buys Capri Packaging of Clinton, Mo., for $133-million
Company purchases Saskatoon Motor Products, and Mann-Northway Auto Source Ltd., two Saskatchewan dealerships, from the Mann family
Company posts $54.7-million loss in fourth quarter as it wrote down the value of property, plant and equipment at a Quebec cellulose mill
Currency’s climbes comes amid what Prime Minister Stephen Harper is calling a major boost for Canadian exporters
Program to buy back up to 5.3 million shares is scheduled to start on March 17
Plus, prime minister in war of words with Ford