Canada's largest banks head into the final reporting season of their fiscal year riding a wave of momentum that's seen their shares outperform the broader index this month.
Tesla suspension problems prompt NHTSA probe of 115,000 cars
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating whether faulty suspension parts on nearly 115,000 Tesla Inc. cars can result in damage to the tires.
Sobeys brings back hero pay for Manitoba, Toronto, Peel workers as COVID cases rise
Sobeys says it is bringing back pay premiums for staff in locations where COVID-19 lockdowns are in effect.
Rogers Centre owner shelves plans for Blue Jays' stadium amid pandemic
Rogers Communications Inc. says it was exploring the future of its Toronto stadium prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the virus has caused it to put those plans on hold.
BNN Bloomberg is proud to announce the 2020 recipients of Canada’s Top 40 Under 40 award, a celebration of the top up-and-coming leaders in the country.
Airbus confident in planned A320 ramp-up despite aviation crisis
Airbus SE is confident in its plan to raise production of its best-selling A320 family of jets to a rate of 47 a month next year, despite a pause in the travel rebound that’s increased the stress on airline customers, according to people familiar with the matter.
Air Canada looks to grow cargo business, pilots ratify contract changes
The Montreal-based airline has seen its business plunge this year as travellers stopped flying due to the pandemic, however the airline has been looking to grow in other ways including cargo flights.
COVID restrictions could put supply chains at risk: Walmart Canada CEO
The president and CEO of Walmart Canada said governments shouldn’t direct their support towards big retailers that are allowed to remain open, but instead should help smaller businesses that have suffered a big hit from the pandemic.
Amazon will spend US$500 million on holiday employee bonuses
Amazon.com Inc. will pay the employees who pack and deliver its goods a one-time bonus of up to $300, extra compensation that comes as the company faces a union drive and criticism from others for rolling back pandemic hazard pay.
Over the span of more than two-and-a-half years working on live events and music projects at Canada’s largest bank, Amara Nwogu’s dream job turned into a burden she says she could no longer bear. She says she left her position within Royal Bank of Canada’s brand marketing team in April after a series of dealings with a senior manager and frustrating failed attempts to remedy the situation with the company’s human resources department. Her story is all too common.