Canada's largest publicly traded IT services business is moving to expand its presence in Europe through the acquisition of Affecto PLC in a friendly deal that would add about 1,000 staff in northern Europe.
Canada's biggest banks could deliver another profitable season for investors as third-quarter results starting to roll in this week are expected to get a boost from the strengthening economy.
BHP Billiton won't be asking its board to build the Jansen potash project any time soon.
Canadian retailers reported higher sales for the fourth straight month in June, as just about everything except cars, car parts and gasoline stations saw higher sales.
Where are Mexican cars really made? Rules of origin are messy and complicated. But the U.S. wants a bigger share for itself.
Canadians owe more than ever before on their mortgages, but fewer borrowers are falling behind on their payments.
The Globe and Mail will stop delivering its print edition to the Maritimes, the newspaper said Monday.
An Ontario court has approved the settlement of a $29.5 million class-action lawsuit by investors against alternative mortgage lender Home Capital Group Inc.
Shares of Transat A.T. surged on Monday to the highest level since early 2015 after the travel company signalled that it is having a significantly more profitable summer season than it had expected.
Another divorce in Canada's loyalty card sector has consumers stuck in the middle asking questions about the future of an industry still bruised by the actions of some of its largest providers.