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Cathay Pacific Sues World Fuel Over Claim of Tainted Fuel
May 22 (Bloomberg) -- Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. sued World Fuel Services Corp.'s Singapore unit over claims tainted fuel led to an emergency landing by one of its Airbus SAS A330 jets, hurting the Hong Kong carrier's reputation and passengers.
How the eurozone crisis is hurting your retirement plans
Bond yields are hitting both record lows and record highs all over the world and creating risks for retirees long accustomed to treating fixed income as the risk-free component of their portfolios.
Alberta fires back at proposed EU fuel rules
Alberta and the federal government have lobbied aggressively against the European low-carbon fuel proposal, saying it would discriminate against Canadian-based crude producers with an unscientific approach to reducing greenhouse gases (GHG).
Insider tells why Anonymous 'might well be the most powerful organization on ...
Christopher Doyon, a.k.a. Commander X, sits atop a hillside in an undisclosed location in Canada, watching a reporter and photographer make their way along a narrow path to join him, away from the prying eyes of law enforcement.
Truckers test LNG as transport fuel
Chad Porter wants to run his 18-wheeler trucks on frozen natural gas across Canada's Rocky mountains even before the world's longest chain of refueling stations gets built to keep them fueled. The chief operating officer of oil services company Ferus Inc.
Nova Scotia call for startups goes global
Through Innovacorp, a Crown corporation that invests in early stage companies, Nova Scotia offered more than $300,000 in funding and services to lure a promising clean tech startup to its shores. “We thought, 'Why not just throw open the doors to the ...
Could Goldcorp be Buffett's next big buy?
He bought Wickliffe, Ohio-based Lubrizol Corp., the world's largest producer of lubricant additives, in September for about US$9 billion after saying in last year's letter that “our elephant gun has been reloaded, and my trigger finger is itchy.
China's energy influence in Canada
... the years, occasionally resulting in dramatic changes to Canadian policies. In 1998, U.S.-based Ethyl Corp. sued Ottawa for US$251-million after the government imposed a ban on a fuel additive known as MMT, claiming the ban “expropriated” future ...
East Coast's high-profile traders help keep capital markets churning
Canada's capital markets are some of the world's biggest. Sometimes, though, it seems like a small group of people are doing all of the trading.
Big plans for Dartmouth Cove
The plan was commissioned by the municipality and the Waterfront Development Corp., a provincial Crown corporation responsible for waterfronts in Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford and Lunenburg.