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ET Shareholders have pressured co-chair Peter Munk to step aside at Barrick Gold. (Canadian Press) Barrick Gold Corp. holds a board meeting today that could clarify the retirement plans of chairman Peter Munk. Barrick said earlier this week that it
20 Take a look at our Twittercast from CBC NB. DEC-3 Dec 3, 2013 5:14 The Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan is laying off more than a thousand workers.....Harry Forestell speaks with the company's general manager here in New Brunswick.
12/03/2013 2:31 pm EST | Updated: 12/04/2013 10:29 am EST Follow: A Lululemon location in Bethesda, Maryland, has apologized for apparently using company CEO Chip Wilson's gaffe about women's "rubbing thighs" as part of its store promotion.
Aviation Aerospace The carrier will take delivery of the first 15 787-8 series aircraft in the spring. The first of the 22 larger capacity 787-9s is scheduled to arrive in July of 2015...Air Canada said on Wednesday it will offer a preview of the
Nineteen B.C. women have been named Canada's Most Powerful Women in the Women's Executive Network's Top 100 Awards . Most notable this year is an increase in female award winners from historically male-oriented sectors, network founder Pamela Jeffery
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc.'s decision to cut 18 percent of its workforce and reduce capacity probably foreshadows similar actions by North American rivals amid a price war in the $20 billion global potash market, analysts said. Potash Corp.,
Forget the maddening crowds dashing for Black Friday sales or the on-line shopping frenzy during Cyber Monday. There's a new movement that is gaining ground called Giving Tuesday happening today. It started last year in the United States, following
Video Drive Video Jackpot OLG says Jones bought a ticket at a Shoppers Drug Mart in Cambridge, Ont., last year that turned out to have the winning jackpot numbers from the Nov. 30, 2012, Lotto Max draw. OLG received more than 435 inquiries since that
ET Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan is cutting its workforce by about 18 per cent, affecting hundreds of jobs. The Saskatoon-based company says the decision is necessary because of soft demand for potash and phosphates, which are used to make
We want to acknowledge the efforts of more than a thousand building contractors, and their staff and sub-contractors, on what is a truly massive body of work, Mr Peterson said...Those not yet completed reflect the growth in major repair numbers after