As a small handful of U.S. economists and commentators fret over what they label a Canadian real estate bubble, Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney prepares for his final speech as the head of the central bank.
The Milken Institute bills itself as a think tank that harnesses the
influence of capital markets to address social and economic challenges and BNN is in L.A. to cover its annual conference. Headline's Howard Green will interview BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins, PIMCO CEO Mohamed El-Erian and former Suncor boss Rick George.
Evidence-based medicine is in its infancy, and TELUS Corporation is in on the ground floor - something that some investors will recognize as a major step beyond just phone service, writes BNN's Michael Kane.
In the investing game, it isn't what you did for me yesterday - but what you are going to do for me tomorrow that matters. And that's what analysts will be waiting to hear from Apple Tuesday afternoon, says BNN's Frances Horodelski.