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Investors, tech-enthusiasts and apple fan boys are waiting eagerly for Apple’s annual unveiling event on Wednesday night when CEO Tim Cook will reveal the new iPhone range for 2019.
BRUSSELS — The European Union wants to shake up the way internet companies handle media, e-books, digital music, news articles and other content posted online by better protecting the rights of the authors and creators.
A Toronto-based mining company has unearthed a trove of gold in Western Australia, with the discovery of rocks containing 9,000 ounces of the mineral that’s estimated to be worth $15 million.
The substantial impact of the financial crisis has left people’s wages 3% below what they were a decade ago, new research reveals.
The analysis done for the BBC by the Institute for Fiscal Studies shows that on average people’s real annual wages are £800 lower.
The influential materials, energy and financial sectors were lower in late-morning trading as Canada’s main stock index lost ground.
A major confectionery maker says Brexit could come between Britons and their beloved chocolate.
AltaGas Ltd. says it has signed deals to sell about $560 million worth of natural gas midstream assets and power generating assets to two buyers.
Trial proceedings have begun against Volkswagen on behalf of investors alleging the company did not give them timely notice of its scandal over cars rigged to cheat on diesel emissions tests.
FRANKFURT, GERMANY — Trial proceedings have begun in the lawsuit brought against Volkswagen by investors alleging the company did not give them timely notice of its scandal over cars rigged to cheat on diesel emissions tests.
Global stocks lower as investors wait for U.S. decision on tariff hike in tech battle with China.
BEIJING — Major global stock markets were mostly lower Tuesday after Wall Street’s gains as investors waited for a new U.S. tariff hike in a trade battle with China.
TORONTO — President’s Choice Financial’s credit card nabbed the highest customer satisfaction rating in J.D. Power’s inaugural Canada credit card study, beating out American Express, Canadian Tire and all the Big Six banks’ offerings.