Financialpost

  • Discovery Air debenture holders stand united
    A potentially nasty battle is developing between the holders of $34.5 million of convertible debentures issued by Discovery Air Inc. in 2011 — and meant to mature on June 30 — and the company’s owner, the publicly listed Clairvest Group Inc., over the way they’ve been treated. The debenture holders… ... more
    Financailpost12 hours ago
  • ‘Business suicide’: Civil war erupts between Tim Hortons...
    TORONTO — Tim Hortons’ elected franchisee board has struck back at a vocal group of franchisees who formed last year to oppose the practices of their new corporate parent, calling the groups’ complaints to the federal government earlier this month the “final strawâ€� and warning that a flood of adverse media… ... more
    Financailpost14 hours ago
  • Leon vs Leon: Inside the brutal feud tearing apart the furni...
    TORONTO — Family estate disputes can get nasty, all the more so when rich people are involved. Among some of the more high-profile court cases in recent memory, widow Lori Horton sued Tim Hortons’ co-founder Ron Joyce to get back the half of the doughnut shop company that she had… ... more
    Financailpost16 hours ago
  • Why Stephen Poloz just got bullish on how fast Canada can gr...
    We can do better. That’s the prime reason why Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz elected to hold off on raising rates in April, saying the Canadian economy has more room to grow than previously expected. The central bank upped its estimate for potential growth — how fast an economy… ... more
    Financailpost17 hours ago
  • Moody’s just downgraded Ontario’s financial ou...
    TORONTO — A key ratings agency has downgraded its outlook on Ontario’s finances to “negative” from “stable” in light of the Liberal government’s plan to run six consecutive multibillion-dollar deficits. Moody’s Investor Services says spending pressure will challenge the province’s ability to “sustain balanced fiscal results” over a number of… ... more
    Financailpost18 hours ago
  • Bank of Canada holds rate, but policy makers close to pullin...
    The Bank of Canada is poised to raise interest rates, just not today. Governor Stephen Poloz and his deputies on the Governing Council ended a couple of weeks of deliberations on April 18 with a decision to leave the benchmark unchanged at 1.25 per cent for a second consecutive policy… ... more
    Financailpost19 hours ago
  • Bank of Canada holds interest rate: Read the official statem...
    Here’s the statement from the Bank of Canada on its rate decision for Wednesday, April 18, 2018. The Bank of Canada today maintained its target for the overnight rate at 1 ¼ per cent. The Bank Rate is correspondingly 1 ½ per cent and the deposit rate is 1 per… ... more
    Financailpost20 hours ago
  • Amazon partners with Best Buy on smart TVs, a ‘win-win’
    NEW YORK — Amazon has cut a deal to sell voice-controlled TVs at Best Buy, the latest attempt by the online retailer to get its burgeoning suite of tech products out where people can see and touch them. Best Buy already sells the Amazon Kindle and other gadgets, but the… ... more
    Financailpost21 hours ago
  • Today’s Bank of Canada meeting today could be ‘...
    Some analysts expect ‘one of the most exciting’ Bank of Canada meetings in a long time tomorrow as policy makers confront mixed data. “The reason is not because a hike in administered rates is expected rather, it is a result of some conflicting domestic themes – each arguing for… ... more
    Financailpost23 hours ago
  • ‘Make examples of the egregious violators’ data...
    A U.S. digital security researcher told a House of Commons committee Tuesday morning that he is investigating another possible Facebook-related data breach that could affect 48 million people, entirely separate from the ongoing Cambridge Analytica scandal. Chris Vickery testified via video link from California to the parliamentary committee on access… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech1 day ago
  • Blockchain could put the squeeze on fee-heavy Canadian banks...
    Blockchain technology could someday take a bite out of the fees and commissions charged by Canadian banks, Moody’s Investors Service warned Monday in a report. The rating agency’s report looked at two specific areas that could be affected by blockchain: cross-border transactions and fee income. Moody’s found that the distributed… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech2 days ago
  • ‘Your day at the spa without the hefty bill’: Aphria mar...
    Smiling millennials, sleek packaging, talk of personal journeys: Canadian pot companies are revving up the marketing. Aphria Inc., the country’s third-largest pot producer with a market value of $2.5 billion (US$2 billion), unveiled its first recreational brand Tuesday ahead of legalization of marijuana later this year. Called Solei Sungrown Cannabis,… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Starbucks is closing 8,000 cafes in the U.S. for racial tole...
    Starbucks Corp will close 8,000 company-owned U.S. cafes for the afternoon on May 29 to train nearly 175,000 on how to prevent racial discrimination in its stores. The announcement from world’s biggest coffee company comes as it tries to cool tensions after the arrest of two black men at one… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Blockchain could put the squeeze on fee-heavy Canadian banks...
    Blockchain technology could someday take a bite out of the fees and commissions charged by Canadian banks, Moody’s Investors Service warned Monday in a report. The rating agency’s report looked at two specific areas that could be affected by blockchain: cross-border transactions and fee income. Moody’s found that the distributed… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Stephen Poloz’s cautious approach to interest rates is abo...
    Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz’s cautious approach to interest rates is about to be challenged. While the central banker is expected to hold off from raising borrowing costs for a second straight policy decision on Wednesday, and retain a degree of prudence in his rhetoric, Poloz will probably face… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Lululemon names new chief financial officer as search contin...
    VANCOUVER — Lululemon Athletica Inc. has appointed Patrick Guido as chief financial officer as its search continues for a new chief executive. The Vancouver-based clothing company says Guido, who most recently worked as treasurer and vice-president of corporate development at VF Corp., will report to chief operating officer Stuart Haselden.… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Canadian economy will still grow in 2018, just at a slightly...
    WASHINGTON — The International Monetary Fund projects moderate economic growth for Canada this year and next, albeit at a pace slower than last year and significantly behind that in the United States. Its World Economic Outlook released Tuesday foresees growth in Canada of 2.1 per cent this year and two… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • WTO panel rules against Canada in Brazil’s complaint ...
    MONTREAL — A World Trade Organization panel is moving ahead with its review of Brazil’s complaint that Bombardier Inc.’s C Series is receiving unfair subsidies after throwing out a key Canadian argument. The panel ruled against Canada’s objection that it look at four programs including Ottawa’s supercluster plan that were… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Tim Hortons headquarters relocates to downtown Toronto from ...
    TORONTO — Tim Hortons is moving its headquarters from Oakville, Ont. to downtown Toronto. The fast food company says it will relocate to a 6000 square-metre space in the Exchange Tower in the city’s financial district. Tim Hortons president Alex Macedo says the move will bring it closer to business… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Despite the IMF’s optimism, these are dangerous economic t...
    The world economy is having a moment. The International Monetary Fund, which released its latest economic outlook on Tuesday, is struggling to find things to worry about over the short term. “The global economic upswing that began around mid-2016 has become broader and stronger,â€� Maurice Obstfeld says in the introduction… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Guaranteed minimum income would cost Ottawa $76 billion a ye...
    OTTAWA — A federal spending watchdog says it could cost federal coffers more than $76 billion a year to provide a national, guaranteed minimum income similar to the one being tested in Ontario. The parliamentary budget office says the federal government would have to find about $43.1 billion to cover… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Apple planning a news subscription service similar to Apple ...
    Apple Inc. plans to integrate recently acquired magazine app Texture into Apple News and debut its own premium subscription offering, according to people familiar with the matter. The move is part of a broader push by the iPhone maker to generate more revenue from online content and services. The Cupertino,… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech2 days ago
  • Bed-in-a-box maker Casper to bring retail stores, manufactur...
    TORONTO — Casper helped to define a new business model for online mattress retail with the debut and meteoric rise of its foam bed-in-a-box four years ago. Now, like Amazon.com Inc., Warby Parker and Frank and Oak, the New York-based company is looking to further cement its place in the… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Firm sees a future in marijuana tablets
    Later this week a familiar story will play out when a private medical marijuana company, Canntab Therapeutics Limited, merges with a shell, Telferscot Resources Inc., and starts trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange, thereby providing investors with yet another way to play the marijuana industry. But this transaction is different… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Buy from Walmart, Ontario Tim Hortons franchisees told, as a...
    TORONTO — Tim Hortons has suspended franchisee shipments on a range of items from one Ontario-based warehouse and has suggested disgruntled franchisees try to source some of the commodities from Walmart until the problem is resolved. The list of 45 “temporarily unavailableâ€� items from the coffee and doughnut chain’s facility… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • New law would allow Alberta to restrict flow of oil and gas
    CALGARY — Alberta has granted sweeping new powers to its energy minister, including the ability to cut off all exports of oil, natural gas and refined fuels, as the province escalates its trade war with British Columbia. Introduced Monday, Bill 12 or Preserving Canada’s Economic Prosperity Act, is aimed at… ... more
    Financailpost2 days ago
  • Netflix subscriber growth beats expectations on strong origi...
    Netflix Inc added more international subscribers than expected in the first quarter as a slate of original shows such as Altered Carbon and The Crown kept viewers hooked to the video streaming service provider. Shares of the company, which have surged about 60 per cent this year, rose 6 per… ... more
    Financailpost3 days ago
  • Netflix subscriber growth beats expectations on strong origi...
    Netflix Inc added more international subscribers than expected in the first quarter as a slate of original shows such as Altered Carbon and The Crown kept viewers hooked to the video streaming service provider. Shares of the company, which have surged about 60 per cent this year, rose 6 per… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech3 days ago
  • Fiscal squeeze of its own making leaves Oregon paying pensio...
    Joseph Robertson gives new meaning to the idea of a pensioner. An eye surgeon who retired as president of the Oregon Health & Science University in fall, Robertson receives the state’s largest government pension. It is US$76,111. Per month. That is considerably more than the average Oregon family earns in… ... more
    Financailpost3 days ago
  • More than 40% of Canadians feeling pinch of rising interest ...
    CALGARY — A new poll suggests a growing proportion of Canadians say they are feeling the affects of higher interest rates. The quarterly MNP consumer debt index survey says 43 per cent of Canadians say they’re feeling the effects of higher interest rates, up five percentage points from three months… ... more
    Financailpost3 days ago
  • Watch FP Live: What’s driving business this week
    Welcome to FP’s weekly live show focused on key events that will drive the Canadian economy this week. Will Stephen Poloz raise interest rates this week, or will he hold fire as the long drawn-out North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations, presumably, enter the end zone? Here’s our line-up for… ... more
    Financailpost3 days ago
  • Blockchain has come to Bay Street, but will Bay Street get o...
    Blockchain has come to Bay Street, and corporate Canada is giving it considerable thought. Last week, chief investment officers and investors at some of Canada’s top pension funds and financial firms met with one of the leading authorities on the technology: Bridget van Kralingen, International Business Machines Corp.’s senior vice… ... more
    Financailpost3 days ago
  • Trudeau pledges money, new law to ‘remove the uncertainty...
    OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he has instructed his finance minister to enter negotiations with Kinder Morgan to “remove the uncertainty” hanging over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project. Trudeau also says federal legislation is coming that will “reassert and reinforce” the fact that the federal government is… ... more
    Financailpost4 days ago
  • The intrigue behind how Pure Multi-Family REIT was put in pl...
    Vancouver-based Pure Multi-Family REIT began the process of formally putting itself in play this month, but not before considerable intrigue involving a would-be U.S. suitor and Pure’s largest shareholder. The drama began in December, when a private Florida-based company called Electra America made an offer for Pure, which owns “institutional… ... more
    Financailpost5 days ago
  • RCMP probing syndicated mortgage fraud search offices in gre...
    The RCMP’s white-collar crime team carried out six search warrants in the greater Toronto area Friday as part of an investigation into possible syndicated mortgage fraud. While the RCMP would not disclose the target of the searches, sources confirmed they included the offices of Fortress Real Developments Inc., a real estate… ... more
    Financailpost6 days ago
  • Apple warns employees to stop leaking information to the med...
    Apple Inc. warned employees to stop leaking internal information on future plans and raised the spectreof potential legal action and criminal charges, one of the most-aggressive moves by the world’s largest technology company to control information about its activities. The Cupertino, California-based company said in a lengthy memo posted to… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech6 days ago
  • RCMP search Fortress office in mortgage fraud probe, sources...
    TORONTO — Canada’s federal police searched the office of real estate firm Fortress Real Developments on Friday as part of an investigation into mortgage fraud, two sources with direct knowledge of the investigation told Reuters. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police confirmed it had searched offices but declined to name the… ... more
    Financailpost6 days ago
  • Canada must wade into the China-U.S. trade spat, but how thi...
    Most old trade hands think this business between China and the United States will blow over. Too much at stake, they say. The gods of the international economy simply are playing games with each other, like they used to do in Homer’s day. That doesn’t mean the gods still… ... more
    Financailpost6 days ago
  • ‘Off to the races’: Bitcoin is wrapping up its best week...
    Bitcoin HODLers are seeing some light in the bear-market tunnel. While it remains to be seen whether it’s the end of this year’s slump, the 23 per cent gain over the last five days has them cheering. The largest cryptocurrency is heading for its biggest weekly advance since just before… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech6 days ago
  • Toy company bids $890 million for Toys ‘R’ Us s...
    Toy company MGA Entertainment said on Friday it put in an US$890 million bid for Toys ‘R’ Us stores in the U.S. and Canada. Billionaire Isaac Larian, who heads MGA Entertainment, put in a bid of US$675 million for stores in the United States and US$215 million for stores in… ... more
    Financailpost6 days ago
  • TPP nations welcome Trump’s interest in joining deal, but ...
    Members of an 11-nation Asia-Pacific trade pact said Friday they opposed any renegotiation of the deal to accommodate the U.S. should it decide to rejoin at a later date. Ministers from Japan, Australia and Malaysia welcomed President Donald Trump directing officials to explore returning to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a pact… ... more
    Financailpost6 days ago
  • From blockchain to augmented reality, Canada’s big banks a...
    Getting updates on your bank account in augmented reality. Credit scores built on blockchain. Payment requests that involve scanning would-be recipients with facial recognition technology. These are just some of the ideas Canadian banks have been envisioning in public patent filings, which lenders have increasingly made in recent years as… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech6 days ago
  • From blockchain to augmented reality, Canada’s big banks a...
    Getting updates on your bank account in augmented reality. Credit scores built on blockchain. Payment requests that involve scanning would-be recipients with facial recognition technology. These are just some of the ideas Canadian banks have been envisioning in public patent filings, which lenders have increasingly made in recent years as… ... more
    Financailpost6 days ago
  • Ottawa probing Tim Hortons franchisee claims that Brazilian ...
    The federal government is looking into concerns raised by a dissident group of Tim Hortons franchisees about the potential violation of terms Ottawa placed on a deal that saw Canada’s most iconic restaurant chain taken over by a Brazilian firm. A spokesman for Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains said Thursday the… ... more
    Financailpost6 days ago
  • Second Cup joins marijuana rush with plan to convert some co...
    Shares of coffee retailer the Second Cup Ltd. soared nearly 30 per cent Thursday, after the company announced plans to turn some of its coffee shops into recreational marijuana dispensaries. The second-largest specialty coffee chain in Canada, which has struggled to stay competitive in recent years, said on Thursday… ... more
    Financailpost6 days ago
  • For Canada’s AI industry, Cambridge Analytica scandal rais...
    The Cambridge Analytica scandal is sending a chill through Canada’s artificial intelligence (AI) community, with some players worried that public concerns about privacy could threaten a sector that relies heavily on data. “It cannot stop. Everything, all the forces have aligned. The right investments have been made. Data needs to… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech7 days ago
  • Sanofi opens $500M vaccine facility in Ontario but says gove...
    Even as Sanofi Pasteur commits $500 million to revamp a vaccine manufacturing plant in Ontario, the pharmaceuticals company is warning the Canadian government on the country’s competitiveness. “We would call upon the government to recognize what the pharmaceutical and vaccine company is doing here. Because we are very important contributors… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • U.S. waters down another key NAFTA demand, reduces auto cont...
    WASHINGTON — The United States has softened another one of its key NAFTA demands, shaving 10 per cent off a request on automobiles amid a flurry of talks aimed at getting a preliminary agreement this spring. The U.S. has watered down its demand that cars include 85 per cent North… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • Canadian regulators want better disclosure from real estate ...
    Canadian securities regulators are demanding better disclosures about accounting and distributions in real estate investments after a review found the sector, which includes REITs and real estate operating companies, “needs improvement.â€� “Given strong investor interest in this sector and the inherent pressure on issuers to pay distributions, the sustainability of… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • Canadian banks haven’t had this much money to play wi...
    Canadian banks have amassed their biggest war chest in five years — and they’re ready to use it. The country’s six largest lenders are approaching their strongest capital position since 2013, leaving them with enough resources to pursue acquisitions, buy back shares or build from within. That has the chiefs… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • Trudeau to meet with B.C., Alberta premiers on Sunday to dis...
    OTTAWA — The Prime Minister’s Office says Justin Trudeau will sit down Sunday with B.C. Premier John Horgan and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley in an effort to hash out a solution to the ongoing dispute over the Trans Mountain pipeline project. Spokesperson Chantal Gagnon says Trudeau, who is on his… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • Toronto set to follow city of Ottawa’s lead and issue...
    The city of Ottawa led the way last November with a breakthrough $102 million issue of 30-year green bonds, the proceeds of which were used to finance light rail transit in the nation’s capital. Now comes word that the City of Toronto plans to follow suit with an issue of… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • No one is buying Apple’s HomePod smart speaker. Here are t...
    When Apple Inc.’s HomePod smart speaker went on sale in January, it entered a market pioneered and dominated by Amazon’s Echo lineup of Alexa-powered devices. Apple has been touting the HomePod’s superior sound quality but so far hasn’t enticed many consumers to part with US$349. By late March, Apple had… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech7 days ago
  • 9.7-inch iPad review: Few (but significant) changes make for...
    Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Apple Inc. has just released a new iPad with a bump up in specs over its previous generation, but those few changes are significant enough to make quite a difference in its day-to-day activities. While this sounds like a familiar tune, it… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech7 days ago
  • Canadians warned to climb out of debt before it’s too late...
    Scott Hannah says low borrowing costs and rising home prices have lured Canadians into a debt trap they may not escape if looming economic threats materialize. Hannah, president of the Credit Counselling Society, is seeing an influx of clients as higher financing costs begin to bite and people find it… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • Second Cup plans to convert some of its coffee shops into po...
    TORONTO — Second Cup wants to convert some of its coffee shops into cannabis dispensaries. The Canadian retailer says it signed a strategic alliance with marijuana clinic operator National Access Cannabis to develop and operate a network of recreational pot stores. The companies say the NAC-branded stores will initially be… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • ‘It is so stark’: Young men aren’t participating ...
    CALGARY – Mornings for recent chemical engineering graduate Stephen Situ consist of a bowl of cereal and a search through job boards before he starts driving for Uber Technologies Inc. at lunch. Situ, like many in his under-25 age bracket, hasn’t found regular, full-time employment since graduating from the University… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • Five biggest threats to the World Trade Organization as it f...
    The World Trade Organization is facing the greatest crisis of its 23-year existence. President Donald Trump doesn’t believe the WTO can handle the problems created by China’s rapid economic ascent and is fundamentally challenging the rules that govern international trade. “The WTO is unfair to U.S.,” Trump said on Twitter.… ... more
    Financailpost7 days ago
  • God of War review: Swapping revenge for redemption in old Mi...
    Score: 9/10  Platform: PlayStation 4 Developer: SIE Santa Monica Studio Publisher: SIE Release Date: April 20, 2018 ESRB: M The latest God of War game is all about growing up. We see it first in a strained relationship between a young son, Atreus, and his… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech1 week ago
  • Filling up in B.C. could cost $120 if Alberta cuts off oil s...
    CALGARY – Business groups in British Columbia are turning on the provincial government as analysts fear a proposed law in Alberta could increase costs on a range of goods across the Lower Mainland. A trade war between B.C. and Alberta over the $7.4-billion Trans Mountain pipeline project to the West… ... more
    Financailpost1 week ago
  • ‘They’ve treated people like dirt’: Equity group ...
    The BC Investment Management Corp., one of the country’s largest pension managers, has laid off “about 20â€� of its investment professionals, a mix of analysts and portfolio managers who largely worked in equities. The layoffs, most of which took place in February and affected approximately half of the equities group,… ... more
    Financailpost1 week ago
  • Fed leans toward faster pace of interest rate hikes even as ...
    Federal Reserve officials leaned toward a slightly faster pace of tightening at their March meeting as their growth outlook and confidence in hitting their inflation target strengthened, according to minutes released Wednesday. “A number of participants indicated that the stronger outlook for economic activity, along with their increased confidence that… ... more
    Financailpost1 week ago
  • Document reveals ex-Quebec Liberal minister Daoust opposed s...
    QUEBEC — Ex-Quebec Liberal cabinet minister Jacques Daoust wrote in a political document before his death last year he was opposed to the sale of Rona shares to U.S. interests in 2014. The document, obtained by Quebecor Media, indicates Daoust was furious his own government wanted him to say publicly… ... more
    Financailpost1 week ago
  • ‘I’m the victim of the exchange rate in my own country...
    The takeover of Canada’s most iconic ski resort by an American corporation was never going to go smoothly. But Vail Resorts’ US$1 billion acquisition of Whistler Blackcomb has Canadians seething. The new owner’s offences include the adoption of an on-mountain app that features Fahrenheit and inches, rather than Celsius and… ... more
    Financailpost1 week ago
  • Apple is the world’s most valuable company at $879 billion...
    Finding billionaires in Silicon Valley isn’t hard. Dropbox Inc.’s Arash Ferdowsi and Veeva Systems Inc.’s Peter Gassner have both crossed the threshold this year, and tech fortunes make up a fifth — or about US$1 trillion — of the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. But tracking down members of the three-comma club… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech1 week ago
  • Low on trust and high on volatility: Can Bitcoin find a reas...
    Bitcoin’s next big upswing is only possible if the cryptocurrency becomes a mainstream currency, rather than a niche payment system. “The initial hype is over for now,â€� John-Kurt Pliniussen, Queen’s university expert on internet marketing and digital trends, said. “I don’t think it’ll go up again until there is more… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech1 week ago
  • How a tech giant from India stumbled into a talent jackpot i...
    There is more to investment than Trump and taxes. Those things matter, for sure. The chief executives of Royal Bank of Canada and Bank of Montreal say they are watching capital flee to the U.S., where executives can be certain they will avoid the U.S. president’s penchant for import tariffs,… ... more
    Financailpost1 week ago
  • T&T’s CEO follows in her mother’s founding footsteps...
    TORONTO — The last thing on Tina Lee’s mind while bagging groceries with younger sister Tiffany at their family’s first T&T Supermarket in the early ’90s was that she would be the one to take up the helm of the company her mother founded. Though the sisters’ two “Tâ€� names… ... more
    Financailpost1 week ago
  • Facebook must take ‘more proactive role’ in man...
    Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg told U.S. Senators in Washington on Tuesday that the social networking giant is going through a “philosophical shiftâ€� and is changing the way it manages its network and how it deals with users following criticisms on a number of fronts. “We need to take a more… ... more
    Financialpost -Tech1 week ago
  • China’s ambassador says Canada is too ‘sensitiveâ...
    OTTAWA – The Chinese ambassador to Canada downplayed some of the perceived risk around the proposed $1.5-billion takeover of Aecon Group Inc. Tuesday, saying takeovers by Chinese state-owned enterprises should be treated equally to those by other foreign firms. “I think the Canadian media and the Canadian public is too… ... more
    Financailpost1 week ago
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