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A braying mule: Comparing taxes to 'ethnic cleansing'
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett laughs as he appears with Microsoft Corp. founder Bill Gates for a town hall style meeting with business students broadcast by financial television network CNBC at Columbia University in New York in this Nov. 12 ...
TransCanada seeks switch from gas to oil
TransCanada Corp. is �actively� pursuing a move to ship oil rather than natural gas along a key pipeline network, as prices for the Alberta gas fetch low profits.
TransCanada mulls switching natural gas mainline to oil service  Financial Post
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Maria Montessori: guru for a new generation of business innovators
Mr. Gokturk left Versapay in 2010 to found Payfirma Corp., which provides payment processing services to e-businesses.
CBC won't alter online music service in face of complaints from rivals
The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. will not change its online music service to satisfy private broadcasters who complain the taxpayer-financed site is unfair competition.
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Moncton on top after surviving recession, government austerity
When Jean-Daniel Drapeau gave up on Montreal as a place to do business, the 31-year-old Canadiens fanatic figured the only thing he'd really miss was his beloved hockey team.
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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Meet the man the shale gas industry hates
�In March 2011, the Haynesville became the top producing natural gas field in the U.S., and now stands among the top 10 producing fields in the entire world,� Chesapeake said. �For years, Mr. Berman has been underestimating natural gas reserves and the ...
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Rogers, Shaw, CBC strike online advertising pact
The media units of Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc. , along with Canadian Broadcasting Corp., have struck a deal that will see the companies join forces in selling online advertising. Their new venture will allow advertisers to ...
The Keystone XL delay was a gift to Canada
In January, PetroChina expanded its oil sands investments by acquiring, for $680-million, additional oil sands assets from Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. In February, PetroChina acquired a 20-per-cent interest in Shell's Groundbirch asset for an undisclosed ...
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Rogers, BCE set to divvy up MLSE broadcast spoils
Soon after taking ownership of the Toronto Maple Leafs, the new owners will sit down at a boardroom table and hold the equivalent of a fantasy hockey draft.
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