OTTAWA - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla by phone Thursday, the same day the company informed Canada delays to its shipments of COVID-19 vaccines are going to be even worse than previously thought.
WestJet grounds Max flight before takeoff after system indicates 'potential fault'
WestJet says a Boeing 737 Max that was scheduled to fly from Calgary to Toronto on Friday returned to the gate before taking off due to a warning in the cockpit.
Iger’s pay tumbles 56 per cent after Disney eliminates executive bonuses
Walt Disney Co. Executive Chairman Bob Iger saw his pay decline 56% to $21 million last year, after the company curtailed bonuses and other compensation in the wake of the pandemic.
NBC will shut down sports network as cord cutting squeezes cable
NBCUniversal is shutting down its sports channel, NBCSN, the latest move by media giants to slim down their portfolios in the face of cord cutting.
Disparate lockdowns can present immense challenges in keeping people from leaving their region though, with some more than willing to travel to neighbouring cities that are more open to do their shopping.
Sun Life gives workers extra day off as COVID fatigue grinds on
Sun Life Financial Inc. is giving employees an extra paid day off next month to help them cope with the strains of the pandemic.
Walmart expands vaccination effort to seven more U.S. states
Walmart Inc. plans to offer COVID-19 vaccines in at least seven additional states in the coming days, significantly expanding the availability of shots as the U.S. grapples with a slower-than-expected rollout.
Airbus slows production ramp-up, citing virus hit to demand
Airbus SE slowed the pace of a planned ramp-up in jetliner production, after a global surge in coronavirus cases dealt a fresh blow to demand.
Volkswagen posts US$12.2B profit in resilient pandemic year
Volkswagen AG said a robust sales recovery toward the end of the year helped cushion annual results from the effects of the pandemic.
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.