Phone apps provide revenue opportunities for services entrepreneurs, such as OnTheStep, a snow-shovelling services app
The new rules will apply to any collective bargaining agreements that expire on or after Dec. 31, 2018
Marriott International, Inc. learned during an investigation that began in September that there had been “unauthorized access” to the Starwood reservation data since 2014
Trump’s comments about GM’s plan underscores his willingness to try to meddle in the affairs of private companies and exercise government power to influence business decisions
Alan Jope, currently president of Unilever’s Beauty and Personal Care division, takes the helm
The closure of the Oshawa plant and the nearly 3,000 jobs that will be lost have raised concerns of ripple effects through the supply chain
The decline in auto sales could turn into a long-term trend as models of ownership change. The possibilities are underpinned by the amount of disruption by technology and companies like Tesla and Uber.
RBC’s president and CEO says the bank faced headwinds from increased protectionism and geopolitical risks this year, but has benefited from rising interest rates, GDP growth, and U.S. tax reform
Calgary-based Precision, the largest driller in Canada, said the fee is owed as part of the Oct. 5 arrangement it had with Trinidad after terminating the friendly deal following Ensign’s success
The joint venture partners will develop edible cannabis products at Newstrike’s licensed operation in the Niagara community of Lincoln, Ont.