Anglo-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto and a Canadian affiliate announced Friday that they’ve given a green light to the launch of the next stage of a multibillion-dollar gold and copper mine in Mongolia.
Anyone with a passing interest in healthcare knows the practice of drug price increases has come under scrutiny lately. Concerns around this scrutiny evolving into new regulations or legal troubles have wiped out stock values in the process.
Following a boost by a pivotal deal with Delta Airlines, Bombardier is rekindling CSeries sales talks with several U.S. and European carriers, even as it eyes the world's fastest-growing aviation nation: China.
Canada’s biggest bank is handing over to the government names of clients with “relationships or connections” to a Panamanian law firm at the center of a massive leak of offshore financial data, the lender confirmed on Thursday.
Massive wildfires in For McMurray forced the evacuation of the city late Tuesday. Eighty-thousand people were sent fleeing north and south of the city and reports say whole neighbourhoods have been destroyed.
Murray Edwards, the billionaire behind Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. and the NHL’s Calgary Flames, says he relocated to London to make a fresh start following a tumultuous few years in his personal and business life.
Bank of Nova Scotia will take an after-tax charge of about $275-million when it reports its second-quarter financial results later this month, in a move that suggests the lender is moving quickly to slash payrolls.
Warren Buffet hosted the Berkshire Hathaway Annual General Meeting on the weekend. He called the business model of Valeant “enormously flawed”, reiterated his love for Coke and said Berkshire will do well no matter who wins the White House in November.