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Canada’s energy industry is bracing for more budget cuts and possibly another wave of layoffs even as crude prices edge up from multiyear lows.
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Hedge funds betting on more losses for crops as supplies swell
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Apple iPhone sales in China seen surpassing U.S. for first time
Apple Inc.’s IPhone sales in China may have exceeded the U.S. for the first time in the latest quarter, thanks to brisk demand during the country’s New Year celebrations.
Sobeys boosts East Coast footprint with Co-op deal
Sobeys, owned by Empire Co. Ltd. of Stellarton, N.S., sealed an agreement on Saturday to buy most of the corporate food and gas retail stores and wholesale assets of Co-op Atlantic.
Greece’s day of reckoning inches closer as debt payments loom
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Canada Revenue Agency clarifies timeline of new TFSA limit
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