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Bombardier didn't report 10,000 litre jet-fuel spill|
Bombardier Inc said on Thursday it had spilled 10,000 liters of kerosene in February at its Mirabel plant outside of Montreal in Quebec, but failed to report the accident with environment officials immediately.
Staples to shut 225 stores in Canada and U.S.|
Staples Inc said it would close up to 225 stores in the United States and Canada - 12 percent of its North America outlets - and forecast another quarter of sales decline as it loses customers to mass market chains and e-retailers.
Bank of Canada holds rates, frets about low inflation|
The Bank of Canada continued to express concerns about weak inflation on Wednesday, even after consumer prices picked up markedly in January, and repeated that its next move on interest rates could be either up or down.
Japan to regulate and tax Bitcoin trades|
The Japanese government will set rules for trading bitcoin, including imposing taxes on transactions with the virtual currency, that will become the basis for guidelines applicable to similar currencies in future, the Nikkei reported.
Will Warren Buffett's investment advice work for you?|
In his most recent Berkshire Hathaway shareholder letter, the ever-folksy Warren Buffett sounds more like a personal finance guru than a financial mastermind, focusing on buy-and-hold investing and advocating indexing strategies.
Canada's top six banks to get capital surcharge as of 2016|
Canada's banking watchdog said on Tuesday it sees the country's six largest banks as being of systemic importance to the domestic economy and that it will make them keep 1% more capital on hand starting January 2016 to protect them from financial disruption.
Cyprus eyes bailout deal|
Cyprus was just hours away from a deal on Friday to raise billions of euros and unlock a bailout from the European Union that could avert financial meltdown and exit from the euro, its ruling party said.
Lululemon says pants recall will dent profits|
Lululemon Athletica Inc said on Thursday it expects earnings to drop in the current quarter, hurt by a recall of its trendy workout pants, and reported results for the quarter ended Feb. 3 that came in slightly ahead of forecasts.
EU gives Cyprus bailout ultimatum, risks euro exit|
The European Union gave Cyprus till Monday to raise the billions of euros it needs to secure an international bailout or face a collapse of its financial system that could push it out of the euro currency zone.
Budget gets thumbs up from business groups|
The guy with the biggest smile on his face after reading the 2013 budget is an economist named Jay Myers, the CEO of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters (CME), one of the country's biggest and most influential business lobby groups.
Saskatchewan remains best in class|
I was recently discussing the economic situation in Quebec with a business acquaintance from outside the province. She asked what the new Pauline Marois government was planning to do to get rid of our "huge deficit."
Canada Post publishes postal codes|
Canada Post has publicly released a chunk of its postal code database, even as it continues to pursue a lawsuit against a small start-up for also giving away postal codes for free.
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Al Gore's Current TV bought by Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera said on Wednesday it will buy Current TV, the struggling cable channel founded by Al Gore and partners, in a move that will boost the Qatar-based broadcaster's footprint in the United States.