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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 confirms non-binding proposal to RONA Board to acquire RONA for C ...  PR Newswire (press release)
Rona shareholders reject Lowe's bid  National Post
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
Stock hunt, sector by sector, turns up dandy dozen
Keep in mind that the Canadian stock market is thick with resource and financial service companies, but relatively sparse in areas such as technology and consumer products.
Scandal Shakes Trading Firm
The firm, Peregrine Financial Group Inc., filed Tuesday evening in Chicago to liquidate under Chapter 7 of the bankruptcy code.
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?
Big-Bank Pioneer Now Seeks Breakup
After years of silence, banking's greatest living empire builder—who powered Citigroup's ascent to the top of the U.S. banking industry, and then watched from retirement as the New York company nearly collapsed in the 2008 financial crisis—joined the ...
Peterborough's 20 Most Influential People
Costco and Tim Horton's have been open for a few years but coming soon are Lowe's, a Hilton convention centre and hotel, a gas bar, a restaurant, and possibly a couple big box stores.
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
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.
Patent trolls calling? Here's how Build.com CEO Chris Friedland fought back
We now know that patent trolling costs the US economy $30 billion a year, give or take. And patents can effectively be used to stifle competition.