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“My successor will need one other particular strength: the ability to fight off the ABCs of business decay, which are arrogance, bureaucracy and complacency,” Buffett wrote in his annual letter.
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The move reflects deepening concern over an economy squeezed by a property slump, tighter controls over local government debt and rising capital outflows.
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Canadian automotive supplier Magna International will debut a new hybrid sports car at the Geneva Motor Show in early March to show its automaker clients what sort of engineering it's capable of.
What `The Dress' says about viral content
Maybe there’s no particular reason that millions of us wanted to spend our Thursday evening playing with a wedding- themed optical illusion, except that we all ended up doing just that.
How Leonard Nimoy helped wage the Cold War
A few years after the death of John F. Kennedy, Kirk, Spock and McCoy brought the former president to the galaxy with their showdowns with the Klingons and Prime Directive for third-world planets.
Oil may have double dip says analyst who predicted 2009 rebound
Oil prices could drop again later this year as a supply glut persists, according to Jason Kenney, a Banco Santander SA analyst who accurately predicted a rebound in prices after the 2008 slump.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway sees profit fall 17% on investments
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. said fourth-quarter profit slipped 17 percent as investment gains narrowed and underwriting results deteriorated at insurance units.
Zoocasa to stop publishing home sale data
The Toronto Real Estate Board sent a letter to all members this month warning that those who violate strict rules on sharing sales data could lose access to the Multiple Listings Service, the lifeblood of most realtors.
Ford’s F-150 helps rescue aluminum from commodities’ bear plague
The company is hiring workers to expand production of its F-150 pickup after a switch to an aluminum body helped spur demand that has exceeded the company’s plans.
Top Picks from Stan Wong: Loblaw, Royal Caribbean Cruises, and iShares S&P/TSX Capped Energy ETF
Top Picks from Stan Wong, director of wealth management and portfolio manager at Stan Wong Private WealthManagement, ScotiaMcLeod.
U.S. oil drillers idle rigs for 12th week, Baker Hughes says
U.S. oil explorers idled rigs for the 12th straight week, extending the steepest dropoff in drilling on record as crude prices headed for a second week of losses.
Top Picks from Jennifer Radman: Cognizant Technology Solutions, Cisco Systems, and W.W. Grainger
Top Picks from Jennifer Radman, vice president and senior portfolio manager at Caldwell Investment Management.
Your Money Month: Tax perks for the home office
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Loblaw's profit more than doubles
Canada's largest grocer Loblaw Cos Ltd.'s quarterly profit more than doubled, mainly due to higher sales in its retail business and the acquisition of Shoppers Drug Mart.
Oil prices rise, set for first monthly gain since July
Crude oil futures rebounded on Friday and Brent headed for its first monthly gain since July, helped by strong investor inflows, an improving demand outlook and supply outages.
Rentals reborn with Toronto ‘Divorcee Towers’
The dreary six-story apartment block in Toronto’s north end was nicknamed “Divorcee Towers” after the newly single who lodged at its short-stay units. Then Timbercreek Asset Management Inc. moved in.
Top Picks from Kash Pashootan: Cisco Systems, CAE Inc., and Proassurance
Top Picks from Kash Pashootan, senior vice president and portfolio manager at First Avenue Advisory, Raymond James.
Bombardier gets CSeries boost as flight snaps streak of setbacks
Bombardier’s CS300 jet took to the skies today in its first test flight, offering a spot of positive news for the beleaguered CSeries program.
Top Picks from Stan Wong: Loblaw, Royal Caribbean Cruises, and iShares S&P/TSX Capped Energy ETF
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TD bank boosts dividend as first-quarter profit climbs above $2-billion
The lender raised its dividend 8.5 percent to 51 cents.
Your Money Month: 5 RRSP myths
Monday is the deadline to contribute to your registered retirement savings plan. But before you make a move there are a few RRSP myths we need to clear up.
Your Money Month: Tax perks for the home office
Work from home or self-employed? Here are some tax breaks you can take advantage of relating to home offices and vehicles.
Your Money Month: Knowledge is money
They say knowledge is power but knowledge can also be money.
Your Money Month: What about Bob?
Larry Berman can't help you. But he can explain the basics when it comes to building custom balanced diversified global ETF portfolios that fit your needs and tolerance for risk.
Your Money Month: Dealing with a death in the family
A recent survey found more than half of Canadian seniors do not have an estate plan. When they pass on they often leave behind uncertainty, confusion and in some cases bitterness among the survivors.
Your Money Month: Unraveling the mystery of technical analysis
A fundamental analyst looks for the intrinsic value of a stock and compares its trading price. A technical analyst looks at a stock’s past performance to determine its future direction.
Your Money Month: Canadians falling out of love with RRSPs
More than half of Canadians will not be contributing to their retirement through a Registered Retirement Savings Plan this year, according to a recent CIBC poll.
Your Money Month: The ABCs of ETFs
Many institutional investors look at exchange traded funds as a godsend. Instead of searching out individual stocks in a certain sector or area of the world, they can buy the entire index. In most cases the cost is less than half of a percent.
Your Money Month: Three homemade hedges
When we hear about hedging we often think of complicated, highly-leveraged, multi-billion dollar funds under the scrutiny of securities regulators.
Your Money Month: Let’s get this mortgage party started
There’s no other way to put it: the big banks are bogarting lower interest rates.

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