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Quebec eyes buying Rona shares to block Lowe's
The Quebec government, through its investment arm, could buy shares in Rona Inc. and head up a united front of shareholders who want to play a role in countering the unsolicited $1.8-billion takeover bid from U.S.
Lowe's Rebuffed By Canadian Rival  Wall Street Journal
Quebec considers forming coalition to protect Rona from Lowe's hostile ...  Financial Post
Too young, too old, but never the right age
One thing I notice about many of my contemporaries is that we don't lie about our age. As a child, I recall wondering at what stage women stop counting the years.
Joe Fresh makes major push in US with JCPenney partnership
Joe Fresh is heading south in a big way, as Loblaw Companies Ltd.'s discount apparel brand heads for a debut in about 700 JCPenney outlets across the United States next year, the company announced Wednesday. The U.S. ... “Our 'very' preliminary EPS ...
Video: Loblaw's Joe Fresh breaks into US retail market  Globe and Mail
Fed Up With Exxon? Pump Here Instead
Despite being the top Fortune 500 company, the corporation is notorious for failing to provide for its LGBT employees. So how do you show ExxonMobil you disagree with its exclusionary practices?
Hotmail relaunched as Outlook with new design, Facebook integration
Microsoft Corp. unveiled a revamped, Facebook-friendly version of its free, online e-mail service Tuesday in an attempt to reverse market share losses to Google Inc.'s fast-growing Gmail. The world's largest software company is renaming its Hotmail ...
Growing 'exempt market' draws scrutiny of securities regulators
The exempt market has grown enormously, with $86.5-billion raised in Ontario alone in 2011, up from $78.6-billion the year before, with observers blaming the tightening of the credit markets for pushing small companies to seek other sources of funding.
Payroll Tax Cut on Track to Quietly Expire
WASHINGTON—Amid a high-decibel fight over the nation's budget, there is one emerging area of agreement: Both parties appear willing to quietly let a major tax cut expire—a payroll tax break enjoyed by about 122 million people.
Deep Roots in Staten Island's West Brighton
Shopping: A diverse selection of shops line both Forest and Castleton avenues, including Mandolin Brothers, a specialty guitar shop, and Pastosa Ravioli, a popular food store specializing in Italian items.
Best-Selling Author Lehrer Admits Fabricating Dylan Quotes for Book
A spokeswoman for Barnes & Noble Inc., BKS -10.99 % the country's largest bookstore chain, said Monday afternoon that the retailer is in the process of halting sales of the physical and digital editions.
Stress indicator: Why the bond market is the new fear index
Forget the Fear Index. Investors looking for an indicator of stock market stress should turn their eyes to the bond market. The CBOE Volatility Index , or VIX, has long been a widely followed barometer of anxiety among equity traders.