A collection of this year’s top five news stories as selected by CMO readers
After a slight slowdown at the start of 2011, Ontario’s economy is expected to finish strong and grow by two per cent this year and jump even higher in 2012
A new government and industry initiative looks to increase the use of liquefied natural gas in medium and heavy-duty transportation across Canada
Analysts predicted new leader would come from within Tata bloodline to take over Indian industrial conglomerate
Canada risks losing all of its $300 million in annual pork exports to South Korea along with market share in some other agricultural products if it doesn’t quickly sign a free trade deal with Seoul, industry officials said Thursday.
General Motors and its local joint venture partner UzAvtosanoat opened a new engine plant in Uzbekistan—GM’s most significant powertrain investment in Central Asia.
Magna CEO Don Walker and his wife Joan Kelley shone a spotlight on the needs of Africa at their Africa Comes Alive event.
The troubled Swedish car maker might finally be out of the weeds after a Dutch court approved its buyers finance plans at the expense of 500 jobs
Chrysler will begin rotating layoffs next week at its minivan plant in Windsor, Ont. as it reacts to a supply problem with its new engines.
Check out these great pictures of CMTS 2011 day 2 provided by SME Canada