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Couche-Tard takes a European gamble
Convenience store giant Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. has delivered the blockbuster deal that investors have been anticipating for the better part of a decade.
Couche-Tard plots next move in Europe  Financial Post (blog)
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Algoma Central: a journey into deep value territory
Algoma Central Corp. ranks as one of the most obscure publicly traded companies in Canada. Its shares trade by appointment on the Toronto market, with no stock at all changing hands many days.
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In China, billionaires make killing amid murder tale
As democracy takes root from Egypt to Myanmar, China is still mired in closed-door deliberations, backroom deals and purges. This murky world is bumping up against a burgeoning Internet culture that makes it impossible to contain and control the news.
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Asia to fuel global growth, economists say
The polls of more than 700 economists across the world, taken in the past few days in the run up to this week's meeting of G20 finance ministers, predicted 3.3% global growth this year, unchanged from a poll taken three months ago.
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Women going it alone
Illustration by Chloe CushmanThe first rule for women for financial planning should be to protect your most valuable asset: your ability to earn an income.
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Less 'gravy' at top of civil service
However, for those attempting to fill the ranks of the soon-to-be-retiring senior bureaucrats in the civil service, the trend does not bode well.
North America to lead global energy investments in 2012
�The U.S. and North America currently make up 50% of all drilling activity in the world,� Candida Scott, senior director at IHS CERA told the Financial Post in an interview.
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Russians follow Chinese into Canada's oil patch
Another superpower, Russia, has bought a piece of Canada's oil patch, making Alberta the meeting point for all the world's top power brokers and the focus of a new oil age based on technological advancements. Russia's ... They include PanCanadian ...
Exxon Sets Russian Projects  Wall Street Journal
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Ontario's Power Trip: The great electricity bill cover-up
To deal with this loss, the Ontario Power Authority procured over 7,000 megawatts of new, natural gas-fired generation, most of which is now in service. The Renewables Replace Coal argument has come up belatedly, as a way of justifying the runaway ...
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Shell-Iogen plant cancellation raises doubts about new biofuel technology
Ottawa-based Iogen Corp. and Royal Dutch Shell PLC have killed a plan to build a cellulosic ethanol plant in Canada, raising new doubts about a technology that governments have touted as ready to make a major contribution to North America's fuel ...
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