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  • Canadian billionaire Victor P. Dahdaleh leaves Southwark Crown Court after a plea and case management hearing in central London
    Canadian billionaire allegedly identified in Panama Papers Insight

    Victor Dahdaleh, a 72-year-old Jordanian born tycoon who grew up in both Toronto and Montreal, has been implicated by a joint investigation by CBC/Toronto Star into the Panama Papers.

    Canadian billionaire Victor P. Dahdaleh leaves Southwark Crown Court after a plea and case management hearing in central London

    Victor Dahdaleh, a 72-year-old Jordanian born tycoon who grew up in both Toronto and Montreal, has been implicated by a joint investigation by CBC/Toronto Star into the Panama Papers.

  • Giroptic 360 Camera Yahoo Tech

    Yahoo Tech's Dan Howley reviews the consumer-ready camera that shoots 360-degree photos and videos. More »Giroptic 360 Camera

    Yahoo Tech's Dan Howley reviews the consumer-ready camera that shoots 360-degree photos and videos.

  • Dubai says it has opened the world's first functioning 3D-printed office

    Dubai has opened what it said was the world's first functioning 3D-printed office building, part of a drive by the Gulf's main tourism and business hub to develop technology that cuts costs and saves time.More »Dubai says it has opened the world's first functioning 3D-printed office

  • George Stephanopoulos and Ali Wentworth selling Southampton mansion

    Actress Ali Wentworth and her husband George Stephanopoulous, chief anchor and chief political correspondent for ABC News are hoping to sell their Southampton, N.Y., estate for nearly $7 million.
    More »George Stephanopoulos and Ali Wentworth selling Southampton mansion

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  • RBC, 15 other global banks face revived lawsuits over LIBOR-rigging allegations CBC

    A federal Appeals Court in New York City has reinstated lawsuits against 16 of the world's largest banks, including the Royal Bank of Canada, alleging they colluded to manipulate a benchmark interest rate. …

    A Royal Bank of Canada logo is seen on Bay Street in the heart of the financial district in Toronto

    A federal Appeals Court in New York City has reinstated lawsuits against 16 of the world's largest banks, including the Royal Bank of Canada, alleging they colluded to manipulate a benchmark interest rate. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan on Monday restored the lawsuits, which had previously been dismissed …

  • Canada Revenue Agency corners market on name TED CBC

    Here's a news bulletin for anybody in Canada calling themselves "Ted": the Canada Revenue Agency owns your name. Or rather, the Canada Revenue Agency is the official registered owner of the trademark …

    Canada Revenue Agency corners market on name TED

    Here's a news bulletin for anybody in Canada calling themselves "Ted": the Canada Revenue Agency owns your name. Or rather, the Canada Revenue Agency is the official registered owner of the trademark TED. Anyone planning to use that name commercially needs to come cap-in-hand to the taxman for written permission to put …

  • Shipping container homes find new space in Edmonton Insight

    The trend of micro homes has seen a serious spike across Canada over the past two and a half years, says Robert Leonardo, who co-founded micro-dwelling resource not-for-profit Tiny Home Alliance Canada …

    Shipping container homes find new space in Edmonton

    The trend of micro homes has seen a serious spike across Canada over the past two and a half years, says Robert Leonardo, who co-founded micro-dwelling resource not-for-profit Tiny Home Alliance Canada with his wife Leanne in 2014. Several are cabin builders or manufacturers that formally focused on turning shipping containers …

  • Cheap and free things to do Victoria Day weekend Insight

    Soak in those summertime vibes with a free or affordable event, complete with food, fun and good company, no matter where you are this weekend. Music lovers with light pocketbooks can instead celebrate …

    Cheap and free things to do on Victoria Day weekend

    Soak in those summertime vibes with a free or affordable event, complete with food, fun and good company, no matter where you are this weekend. Music lovers with light pocketbooks can instead celebrate World Fiddle Day on Saturday.

  • QUIZ: This week in business news, May 14-20 Insight

    Think you know all there is to know about the world of financial news this week? Take our quiz and find out.

    TD Bank to customers: Keep the change, we aren't taking it anymore

    Think you know all there is to know about the world of financial news this week? Take our quiz and find out.

  • Consumer price index up 1.7% compared with year ago: Statistics Canada The Canadian Press

    OTTAWA - The annual pace of inflation in Canada picked up in April as the impact of lower energy prices moderated and the cost of food and shelter continued to rise.

    A car is filled with gasoline at a gas station pump in Carlsbad

    OTTAWA - The annual pace of inflation in Canada picked up in April as the impact of lower energy prices moderated and the cost of food and shelter continued to rise.

  • Banking on new immigrants for growth Insight

    Canada’s population increases a little more than 1.2 per cent per year, and immigration accounts for about two-thirds of that increase.

    Banking on new immigrants for growth

    Canada’s population increases a little more than 1.2 per cent per year, and immigration accounts for about two-thirds of that increase.

  • U.S. border malls try to counter low loonie with special offers for Canadian shoppers CBC

    Iva Grbesic's sister is getting married this August. Normally, Grbesic, who lives in Toronto, would make a beeline for the border to snap up new threads at a nearby U.S. mall. The loonie recently rebounded …

    People walk in a Manhattan shopping mall on March 15, 2016 in New York City

    Iva Grbesic's sister is getting married this August. Normally, Grbesic, who lives in Toronto, would make a beeline for the border to snap up new threads at a nearby U.S. mall. The loonie recently rebounded somewhat but still hovers around a meagre 76 cents U.S.

  • When you should let your employees own your company Insight

    Beau’s Brewery is celebrating its tenth birthday by selling the company to its employees starting next month. When Steve Beauchesne and his father Tim launched the Vankleek Hill, Ont. brewery in 2006, …

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    Beau’s Brewery is celebrating its tenth birthday by selling the company to its employees starting next month. When Steve Beauchesne and his father Tim launched the Vankleek Hill, Ont. brewery in 2006, there were 86 breweries across Canada. Today there are more than 500, according to Beer Canada.

  • You paid how much for that tech? David Pogue discusses why some companies are producing overpriced versions of their products.

  • Ontario’s focus on electric cars a challenge for auto industry Insight

    Ontario is hitting the gas pedal on adoption of the electric car, but in order to meet the government’s aggressive goals, consumers and industry will have to accept some big changes.

    An electric car is plugged into a charging point in London, Britain

    Ontario is hitting the gas pedal on adoption of the electric car, but in order to meet the government’s aggressive goals, consumers and industry will have to accept some big changes.