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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 Rona takeover offer could spur 'long and unpredictable game ...  National Post
Quebec considers forming coalition to protect Rona from Lowe's hostile ...  Financial Post
Lowe's plans 175 contact center jobs
Lowe's Companies Inc. announced Thursday that it is adding up to 175 full-time jobs at the company's customer support center near the intersection of U.S.
Lowe's hosts job fair for new positions in Wilkesboro
WILKESBORO, N.C. -- Lowe's Companies, Inc. hosted a job fair on Tuesday in search of candidates for more than 100 full-time positions the company will fill at its customer support center in Wilkesboro.
A smart home, brought to you by Lowe's
Telcos, cable companies, startups and Internet giants are all looking to make your home smarter - so why not a big box retailer?
Use your phone to talk to your house  CNET
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.
Lowe's expanding its Thomasville facility
In February 2011, a corporate spokesmen with Lowe's said the company began looking for natural gas lines to be run to its facility on Clarksbury Church Road.
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 ...
Deep Roots in Staten Island's West Brighton
West Brighton, on the North Shore of Staten Island, has a roster of shops that have been owned by the same families for generations.
Conquering Canada, one dollar at a time
On a bustling neighbourhood strip in mid-town Toronto sits one of Dollarama Inc.'s upcoming locations, one that will keep company with the street's pricey butcher shops, floral boutiques and artisan bakeries. A neighbourhood with seven-figure house ...
Barclays CEO Bob Diamond and Canadian COO quit over Libor rigging scandal
A year later, Diamond struck a deal to buy the North American investment-banking business of bankrupt Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. for US$1.75 billion. He then embarked on a hiring spree to expand the investment banking unit, adding stock underwriting ...