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As Nordstrom opens its second Canadian store, the upscale retailer is quick to assure consumers that its expansion here will not be a stripped down version of its U.S. operations.
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Wall Street falls after strong U.S. payrolls report
U.S. stocks retreated on Friday, with the S&P 500 index poised for its second straight weekly drop, as a strong monthly jobs report fueled expectations for an interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve this year, possibly sooner than anticipated.
Upgrades and Downgrades: Desjardins bumps Baytex Energy to a 'buy'
Analysts with Desjardins Securities believe Baytex’s debt problems are fixable.
Apple will replace AT&T in the Dow Jones Industrial Average
Apple, the largest U.S. company by market value, will join the Dow Jones Industrial Average on March 18, replacing AT&T.
Trade deficit more than doubles on oil price slump
The deficit - considerably wider than the $1 billion shortfall expected by analysts - was the second highest after the $2.87 billion recorded in July 2012.
Canadian labour productivity dropped in fourth-quarter
Real gross domestic product of businesses increased by 0.6 percent in the fourth quarter, a slower pace than the 1.0 percent growth recorded in the third quarter.
Apple Pay stung in transactions using data stolen from retailers: report
The majority of unauthorized purchases have been for big-ticket items bought with smartphones at Apple’s own stores, the Wall Street Journal said.
Why U.S. retailers are suddenly desperate to keep their least-valuable workers
A modest bidding war has broken out among the retailers who hire from the bottom of the labour pool, buoyed in part by improving sales.
BlackBerry can’t shake handset habit as it seeks software future
BlackBerry Ltd. has been clear its future lies in selling services and software to professionals who are doing more of their work on the go. So why does it keep unveiling new phones?
Moody’s downgrades Teck for excessive debt load
“The company’s leverage is high, its free cash flow is materially negative, and we expect continuing weakness in commodity prices will limit Teck’s ability to improve its financial metrics through 2016,” said Darren Kirk, Moody’s senior credit officer, in a note announcing the downgrade.
Canada Pension Plan pays $2.1B for student housing
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB) said on Friday it had paid 1.1 billion pounds ($2.1 billion) to buy Liberty Living, one of Britain's biggest providers of student accommodation
Alberta Premier Prentice warns deep cuts necessary to avoid fiscal ruin
In advance of a budget he vows will usher in generational change, Alberta Premier Jim Prentice is warning that the worst of the current oil crisis has yet to hit his province.
Top Picks from Bill Harris: PHX Energy Services, Boralex, and BHP Billiton
Top Picks from Bill Harris, partner and portfolio manager at Avenue Investment Management.
CMHC expressed worry over rising debt: report
Canada's federal housing agency privately told the finance ministry last year that it was concerned about rising household debt levels and high prices in some urban markets, an Ottawa online news site said on Wednesday.
Canadian banks trade at cheapest levels in 6 years, more profitable than U.S. counterparts
Canadian banks, ranked the world’s soundest for seven straight years by the Geneva-based World Economic Forum, are outperforming U.S. rivals even as plunging oil prices hamper economic growth.
Inaccurate tax advice from CRA 'unacceptable,' minister says
The minister in charge of the Canada Revenue Agency says it is “unacceptable” that one in four business owners who sought tax advice from the agency’s call centres got incorrect information.
Qatar Airways has ‘completely forgotten’ about CSeries jets
Qatar Airways is no longer interested in ordering any CSeries jets as a result of the delays to the new single-aisle aircraft made by Bombardier, chief executive Akbar Al Baker said on Wednesday.
Top Picks from Brian Acker: Johnson & Johnson, Oracle, and McDonald’s
Top Picks from Brian Acker, president, CEO, and chief investment strategist at Acker Finley.
U.S. Senate fails to override Obama's veto of Keystone pipeline bill
The U.S. Senate failed to overturn Obama's veto of legislation approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline, leaving the contentious project to await an administration decision on whether to allow it.
Modest Vancouver home a seller’s dream as bidding wars return
Agents in the country’s most expensive housing market say bidding wars have returned and weekend open houses are experiencing a jump in traffic.
New spectrum auction may add more Wind to wireless competition
The federal government is selling off big swaths of wireless spectrum again and – not for the first time – doing so in a way that favours Canada’s smaller wireless providers.
These gold hunting drones and drills don't need a permit to make your rich
The people behind GroundTruth Exploration Inc. are the Navy SEALS of prospecting. No gold left behind.
Crowdfunding junior miners
Canadian securities regulations are loosening to include crowdfunding.
Stock picks that would benefit from a recovery in metals prices
A look at why John Kaiser, Founder of Kaiser Research Online, thinks metals prices will return to bull-market levels in the next couple of years, as well as his interest in scandium and one company that is trying to develop an economic deposit.
Why Chile remains a favourite destination for miners
BNN looks at why Chile should remain a favourite destination, with Ignacio Moreno, Chile's Undersecretary of Mines.
Five years, four bands, one deal
A look at the successful negotiations between Goldcorp and four First Nations groups in Ontario near the company's Porcupine operations.
How to get locals on board mining projects
A look at how often local and company expectations over a project intersect, and the negotiations that take place when they don’t, with Graeme Burt, Principal, Replan.
Watch: KGHM relies on Canada for growth
A look at the subsidiary’s big growth projects in Canada, including planned base metals mines in Sudbury, ON, and near Kamloops, BC., with Derek White, CEO, KGHM International.
Investors hard to come by in mining industry downfall
As the beleaguered mining sector suffers through another year of its deepening slump, the industry’s boom days are but a distant memory.

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