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Toyota pulls the plug on Scion small car brand
Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it will wind down its Scion brand in the United States, ending a 12-year effort to create a separate identity for small cars aimed at young buyers.
Posted on 2-03-2016 at 2:49 PM
GM posts record profit in 2015, driven by North American sales
General Motors Co rode sales of SUVs and pickup trucks in North America to a record profit in 2015, and reaffirmed its forecast to do better this year despite signs that vehicle sales are hitting a peak.
Posted on 2-03-2016 at 9:29 AM
TransCanada says deal with ABB will create up to 120 jobs in Quebec
TransCanada, the company planning to build the Energy East pipeline, says it has concluded a “major supply agreement” with an international firm that will benefit the Quebec economy
Posted on 2-03-2016 at 12:16 AM
Air Transat pilots vote 97% in favour of strike
Air Transat’s pilots have voted almost unanimously to support a strike that would hit the vacation airline just before the busy March Break travelling season, if the two sides can’t come to terms before then.
Posted on 2-02-2016 at 10:11 AM
WestJet shares under pressure as profit falls
WestJet Airlines reported a smaller quarterly profit, hurt by its large exposure to Alberta, where the economy is weakening.
Posted on 2-02-2016 at 7:52 AM
Nissan recalling 870,000 cars in U.S., Canada for hood latch problem
Nissan Motor Co said Friday it will recall about 870,000 Nissan cars in the United States and Canada for potentially faulty hood latches, marking the third time since 2014 the automaker has recalled vehicles to address the problem.
Posted on 1-29-2016 at 11:16 AM
Canadian airlines allowing passengers to change bookings over Zika virus
Three of Canada's largest airlines are allowing passengers to change bookings to destinations in Central and South America as well as parts of the Caribbean amid concern over the Zika virus.
Posted on 1-29-2016 at 10:04 AM
Airbus signs Iran deal for 118 planes worth US$25-billion
Airbus on Thursday signed a deal to sell Iran 118 passenger planes worth at least US$25-billion at list prices in an agreement much talked about in the industry since Western sanctions were lifted against Tehran this year.
Posted on 1-28-2016 at 2:37 PM

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