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U.S. retailer Ulta Beauty shelves plans for Canadian expansion

2 days ago

Brookfield to shrink U.S. malls, but isn't rushing sales - Subscriber content - Chief executive officer Brian Kingston told investors, though, that the global real estate company would not be rushing sales

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Focusing on TSX-only IPO pays off for Nuvei, CEO says -- Subscriber content -- It's a big vote of confidence for the TSX, which has already seen tech issuers raise more equity in 2020 – well over $4.5-billion – than in any year since the 2008-09 financial crisis

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Quebec's Caisse, province vow to support Cogeco's growth plans -- Subscriber content -- Quebec government and the province's fund manager gave Cogeco Inc. and its controlling shareholder, the Audet family, a vote of confidence on Tuesday in the face of a hostile takeover offer

3 days ago

Tax Matters -- Tax increases are on the horizon. Consider these moves before they arrive

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Indigo's Heather Reisman on balancing e-commerce development with bricks-and-mortar -- Subscriber content

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Stars and Dogs - The Globe's stars and dogs for the week - Subscriber content

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Power Play: Wealthsimple in talks for $100-million-plus financing with U.S. venture capitalists -- Subscriber content -- Sources say the online financial services startup has received at least five term sheets from U.S. venture capital firms seeking to lead the investment

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U.S. judge expected to decide by Sunday if TikTok will remain in U.S. app stores -- Subscriber content -- The government faced a 2:30 p.m. Friday deadline to either delay the ban or oppose TikTok's preliminary injunction

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Canada needs a new breed of corporate champion, and clean energy is the place to look -- Eric Reguly

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Everyone wants to be a green lender, but banks can't lose sight of risks -- Rita Trichur

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Green power: Four reasons to bet on renewable energy -- Subscriber content -- As the corporate world starts to embrace solutions to climate change, investments tied to renewable energy are producing growth that is hard to ignore

17 hours ago

Canada's top growing companies: 2020 - Meet the next generation: the 400 boldest businesses in the country

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Monitor urges B.C. Supreme Court to approve U.S. private-equity company's acquisition of MEC -- Subscriber content

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Climate change leaves the Rhine, Danube and Europe's other commercial arteries in danger of running dry

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Richardson GMP advisers exit for other firms ahead of restructuring vote -- Subscriber content

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Cogeco says Rogers investment in Quebec should not hinge on its takeover bid for Montreal-based firm -- Subscriber content

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Montreal-based Dialogue wanted telemedicine to go mainstream. Then the pandemic hit. -- Subscriber content

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Small businesses trail medium and large enterprises in pandemic wage subsidies despite easing eligibility rules -- Subscriber content

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Letters - Sept. 26: 'Bilingual, smart, a mother, an astronaut! Give her a chance to grow into the job.' Readers offer explanations for Julie Payette's performance as Governor-General, plus other letters to the editor

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How economics tested positive for COVID-19 -- Laurence B. Mussio and Douglas J. Porter

3 days ago

An Apollo 13 moment for Canada's energy sector -- Deborah Yedlin, Peter Tertzakian and Kevin Krausert

4 days ago

MMFA's sprawling post-Impressionist exhibition seems driven by the need for a big show -- Subscriber content -- Kate Taylor

1 day ago

Trump's budget bluster is his biggest lie -- Subscriber content -- Konrad Yakabuski

7 hours ago

Pandemic realities offer a chance to address Canada's long legacy of broken promises on child care -- Armine Yalnizyan and Kerry McCuaig

19 hours ago

Investor Clinic -- Three REITs that are built to ride out a second wave -- Subscriber content

1 day ago

Financial Facelift - How can this couple save for their son's higher education and their own retirement? September 25 - Updated

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HOUSING -- How landlords are trying to lure new tenants in a pandemic -- Subscriber content

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Managing -- More companies are committing themselves to social change. Is it all talk? -- Subscriber content

22 hours ago

Ottawa, Newfoundland pour cash support into offshore energy sector - Subscriber content

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Norway could cut oil, gas output by 900,000 boepd if workers strike

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Iran's oil exports jump in September defying sanctions: report

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G7 ministers back extending debt freeze for poor nations -- Subscriber content

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Canadian dollar down for third straight week as coronavirus triggers risk aversion

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Orders for big-ticket U.S. manufactured goods up weak 0.4% -- Subscriber content

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Tech, Telecom & Media

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Hootsuite drops controversial U.S. contract with ICE after tweetstorm from unhappy employee -- Subscriber content

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BlackBerry tops forecasts but struggles to grow software, services revenue -- Subscriber content

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Facebook's Oversight Board plans to launch just before U.S. election

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Download the October 2020 edition of Report on Business magazine -- Subscriber content -- Read the full issue, exclusively for subscribers

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TruLocal helps bring farmers into the digital age -- Subscriber content -- Selling meat online might sound like a dodgy proposition. But not when you connect farmers with consumers eager to eat local—and then wrap it in an appealing box

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Why you don't need to be passionate about what you're doing to be a successful entrepreneur -- Subscriber content -- People who believe that passion is the starting point to entrepreneurial success are following a myth, according to research from the Smith School of Business at Queen's University

4 days ago

If working from home is permanent, companies need to draft long-term strategies to make it a success -- Subscriber content -- A long-term shift to remote work is now inevitable. Here's what companies need to do—and what they need to change—to guarantee it works

2 days ago

For Smash + Tess, feel-good clothes with a community-minded message drive success -- Subscriber content -- They make the pandemic uniform of choice for many women. But success sprung from using social media as a listening device, not a megaphone

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Canada's peatlands are tinderboxes that are more likely to ignite in a warming world - September 26 - Updated

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Despite avalanche of corporate reports on climate change, investors still can't tell who's helping and who isn't -- Subscriber content

21 hours ago

Hootsuite has not notified ICE of contract cancellation after employees denounce deal -- Subscriber content

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Two ex-Deutsche Bank traders convicted in U.S. over fake orders -- Subscriber content

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Streetwise Newsletter -- Streetwise newsletter: Best reads of the week -- Subscriber content

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Gateway Casino gets first federal loan for big employers, worth $200 million -- Subscriber content

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Amazon unveils home drone security camera -- Amazon announced a drone for recording security video inside homes as it rolled out new products from Ring, the smart doorbell and camera company it bought in 2018. -- Play video

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How long will your kids cost you money? -- Rob Carrick and Roma Luciw, co-hosts of the The Globe's new personal finance podcast Stress Test, answer questions during an Instagram live on the financial pressure of raising children. Together they discuss RESPs, surging grocery bills and parents supporting their kids into their 20s. -- Play video

1 month ago

Video: Drawing Conclusions: How much does it cost to break a mortgage? -- Personal finance expert Preet Banerjee explains the two formulas you need to know: Three Months' Interest and Interest Rate Differential (IRD) -- Play video

1 year ago

Searching for microplastics within the human body -- Rick Smith decided to conduct an experiment on himself to see if he could measure an increase of microplastics in his body. The author and Executive Director of the Broadbent Institute says the lab-based tests on his stool samples are the first of their kind in North America to search for traces of the tiny plastic particles in people. Microplastics have been discovered circulating in the environment and are linked to health concerns. -- Play video

2 months ago

Home buying and mortgage rates in the wake of COVID-19 -- Rob Carrick and Roma Luciw answer questions during an Instagram live on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted housing and your financial health. Here are some highlights from their Q&A. -- Play video

2 months ago

Ottawa announces additional $133-million in support for Indigenous businesses -- The federal government is spending a further $133 million to help Indigenous-led businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic, says Indigenous Services Marc Miller. -- Play video

22 days ago

Light work: How a roll of film is processed -- In the lab at Toronto's Downtown Camera, the staff is busy fulfilling developing and scanning jobs for photographers who are shooting on film. Here's a peek at how they processed a roll of Portra 800 120mm for The Globe's story on the expansion of the store to meet the growth of film usage. -- Play video

22 days ago

Opinion - The oil era is ending. Time for Big Oil to kill itself slowly - Subscriber content - Eric Reguly

5 days ago

Opinion - What if we never repay the national debt? Michael Smart

17 days ago

Resume Review - Can a fresh grad land her first marketing job during a pandemic? Subscriber content

10 days ago

Kraft Heinz aims to realize $2-billion of supply-chain savings by 2024 - Subscriber content

11 days ago

The power of direct mail in the digital age

13 days ago

Automated Toronto restaurant Box'd has built-in pandemic benefits

4 days ago

Restaurants seek help in Throne Speech amid forecast that 60 per cent will fail by November

8 days ago

New business coalition calls on Ottawa to maintain wage subsidy program

9 days ago

The Ladder -- Van-lifer Julien Roussin Côté: 'Our calendar, that went from full to empty because of the pandemic, went from empty to extra-full in two weeks'

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Power Points - The 13 B-words that define women - Subscriber content

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Resume -- Resume Review: After 13 years in the travel industry, can this sales director pivot to tech?

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