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Top Picks from John Zechner: Martinrea International, Crescent Point Energy and Google
Top Picks from John Zechner, chairman & chief investment officer at J. Zechner Associates.
HSBC fires UK staff over mock Islamic State execution video
The employees were on a team building exercise in Birmingham, central England, when they made the film. The short video, obtained by The Sun newspaper, showed six staff.
Chevron confirms 130 job cuts in Calgary
Chevron Canada Ltd. is confirming online reports that job losses will be a part of the company’s restructuring effort in the face of lower crude oil prices.
Infographic: Recession chatter gets louder
As Canada’s biggest economists make calls on whether the country is in recession or not, BNN breaks down the camps. Here's an infographic on who says yes, who says no, and who says maybe so.
Police search Indiana home of Subway spokesman Jared Fogle
This comes about two months after the executive director of his foundation was arrested on federal child pornography charges, local media reported.
Pacific Rubiales’ bidders mull boosting offer: Source
The investors who have agreed to buy Pacific Rubiales for $6.50 per share are contemplating boosting the offer, but not as high as $9 per share, one source familiar with the deal tells BNN.
Canada posts second-largest trade deficit ever as exports slide
Canada’s merchandise trade deficit widened to the second-largest on record in May, more evidence that weakness that started with an oil shock has extended beyond the first quarter.
Ontario's credit rating downgraded over heavy debt load, budgeting
Standard & Poor’s is downgrading Ontario’s long-term credit rating, saying the province may be tackling its deficit but a multibillion-dollar 10-year plan for infrastructure spending will exacerbate its debt load.
Silver Wheaton shares fall 7 percent on possible Canada tax reassessment
“Management believes that the company has filed its tax returns and paid applicable taxes in compliance with Canadian tax law.”
Buy Japan and Europe to avoid the TSX value trap: Dynamic Funds
Myles Zyblock says uncertainty abroad is creating a promising entry point for Canadian investors.
TD joins chorus of economists betting on a recession due to oil's slide
Canada’s second largest bank is betting that conditions will worsen because of ongoing fallout from the drop in crude prices.
Greece comes back to the table, but without clear proposals
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras strode into a summit of eurozone leaders with a beaming smile Tuesday, but was met with anger when it became clear he had no written proposal on how to save his country from financial ruin.
Ontario's credit rating downgraded over heavy debt load, budgeting
Standard & Poor’s is downgrading Ontario’s long-term credit rating, saying the province may be tackling its deficit but a multibillion-dollar 10-year plan for infrastructure spending will exacerbate its debt load.
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Personality clash at Sentry Investments may have led to Dennis Mitchell’s departure: Analyst
“The abruptness of Mitchell’s departure is unsettling in the sense that it indicates something may be awry in Sentry’s culture.”
The business model behind Zipcar, Airbnb and Uber
Co-founder of Zip Car, Robin Chase, explains the "sharing economy" and its success as a business model.
Infographic: Recession chatter gets louder
As Canada’s biggest economists make calls on whether the country is in recession or not, BNN breaks down the camps. Here's an infographic on who says yes, who says no, and who says maybe so.
Sentry executive shakeup: Dennis Mitchell out as CIO
Sentry Investments is abruptly severing ties with its Chief Investment Officer Dennis Mitchell. It did not provide a reason for parting ways with Mitchell, a popular guest on BNN’s call-in investing show, Market Call.
Capital spending by oil and gas companies to drop 18% this year
Canadian capital spending will decline this year for the first time since the 2009 recession, led by a plunge in the oil and gas industry.
Outliving your savings: Three things you need to do to retire comfortably
With proper planning, experts say Canadians can easily ensure they don't run out of money in retirement.
Personal Investor: Same-sex couples not quite equal
When it comes to financial and estate planning same-sex couples are not fully treated as equals.
Personal Investor: Don’t fret, millennials - time is on your side
With the introduction of the tax free savings account (TFSA) in 2009, millennials are the first to have an arsenal of tax-saving tools.
Tax-Free Turmoil: The Personal Investor’s advanced class on TFSAs
Seven years after the introduction of the Tax Free Savings Account and it seems the average Canadian is still in the dark about exactly how it works.
Kevin O'Leary: Millennials need to find better jobs, not move back home after college
Mr. Wonderful gives his thoughts on kids who choose to live at home with their parents after college in order to save money.
Canadians poised to overspend this summer: survey
If you aren’t saving this summer here are some ways to keep from sinking deeper in debt.
Kevin O’Leary: Never put more than 5% of your portfolio in one company
“One of the main reasons I sell a stock is not for tax reasons, it’s to keep it diversified in a portfolio." O'Leary says.
Money and Relationships: Deciding how much financial information to share with your spouse
The challenge we face is that we can all have very different money mind-sets.
Don’t burden yourself with a mortgage in your 20s: Kevin O’Leary
Kevin O’Leary, Chairman, O’Leary Financial Group, says that investing in real estate over the next five years may not be a smart investment.
Personal Investor: Tax-saving tips for the self-employed as deadline nears
If you’re one of those freedom-loving, self-employed Canadians, the deadline to file your 2014 tax return is midnight on Monday, June 15.

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