Toronto and Edmonton are on the verge of being picked as hub cities for the NHL's resumption of play, according to multiple reports.
Cirque du Soleil's losses were mounting even before the pandemic
Ernst & Young, the firm overseeing Cirque’s restructuring under the Companies’ Creditors Arrangement Act in Canada, said its net loss increased to US$80 million last year from US$10.2 million in 2017.
'A ghost town': Businesses struggle to survive in Toronto's financial district
The swarm of Bay St. workers stepping out for a lunch break or headed to Union Station to start their weekend a few hours early can hardly be found on a recent Friday afternoon.
Boeing's top spokesperson resigns over 1987 view on women in combat
Niel Golightly’s departure after just six months at Boeing stirs new turmoil at a company reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic and the grounding of the 737 Max, its best-selling jet, after two deadly crashes.
"If you live in a location where the cost of living is dramatically lower, or the cost of labour is lower, then salaries do tend to be somewhat lower in those places."
Ford F-Series truck gain softens blow of virus-driven decline
Ford Motor Co.’s sales declined less than expected in the second quarter on the strength of its F-Series pickup line, which gained market share and has much more inventory than its key competitors.
American Airlines says it will have 20,000 more employees than needed
“We still have work to do to right-size our team for the airline we will operate,” Chief Executive Officer Doug Parker and President Robert Isom said in a memo to employees Thursday.
Boeing quietly pulls plug on the 747, closing era of jumbo jets
Boeing Co. hasn’t told employees, but the company is pulling the plug on its hulking 747 jumbo jet, ending a half-century run for the twin-aisle pioneer.
Virgin Galactic prepares to unveil spaceship's interior
Virgin Galactic is preparing to unveil the cabin interior of its spaceship as final testing of the craft nears completion at Spaceport America in southern New Mexico.
Wirecard's complex tie-up with SoftBank unwinds after insolvency
The brief, controversial alliance between SoftBank Group Corp. and Wirecard AG is nearing a close with the unwinding of both a marketing partnership and financial instruments behind a 900 million-euro (US$1 billion) investment last year.