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Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. Becomes Athabasca Oil Corporation
CALGARY, May 10, 2012 /CNW/ - Athabasca Oil Sands Corp. (TSX: ATH) (Athabasca) announces that shareholders approved a change of name to Athabasca Oil Corporation at today's Annual General and Special Meeting, effective immediately. The new ...
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Alberta may be tight oil hot spot
CALGARY - Athabasca Oil Sands Corp.'s name change Thursday to Athabasca Oil Corp. reflects its new focus on tight oil - and industry's rush to the new technologyintensive play type that could see Alberta emerge as another North American hot spot.
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Giant suit hits Chevron Canada
Alan Lenczner, a Toronto-based litigator, filed the claim in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice Wednesday, seeking to enforce an Ecuadoran trial judgment which found the company liable for poorly managing waste oil pits in the Amazon rainforest over ...
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This nest is feathered with cash
When the Baby Boomer generation left home, they didn't look back. They couldn't. Not with younger siblings and physically smaller living quarters.
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Shell puts Orion project on the block
In oil sands production, Shell is better known for its Athabasca Oil Sands Project, a 255,000-barrel-a-day mining and synthetic crude processing operation in which it has a 60% stake.
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SNC-Lavalin readies for siege as Veritas report warns of more revelations
MONTREAL � SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. will try Thursday to repudiate a damning new report from Toronto equity research firm Veritas Investment Research that warns there is a good chance the engineering giant's future prospects will be hurt by more ...
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CP Rail strike: Lisa Raitt to table back-to-work legislation Monday
Federal labour minister Lisa Raitt hopes freight service will resume at Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. by Thursday after tabling a back-to-work bill for its striking workers Monday.
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Banks talk down consumer debt hysteria
Norm Betts/Bloomberg NewsToronto-Dominion Bank economist Francis Fong suggests Canadians have begun to get the message about having too much debt, based on the slowdown in consumer credit growth.
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US senators propose 'anti-Saverin' tax evasion law
The friends had a spectacular falling out when Saverin's stake in the company was heavily diluted. But his remaining stake is enough to give a hefty boost to his riches when Facebook goes public.
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Nortel trial: Key documents slipped by company's auditors, trial hears
TORONTO - Mired in a widening probe to clear a bulge of accounting provisions from Nortel Network Corp's balance sheet in 2003, the company's auditors missed tens of millions of dollars more in irregular items being targeted for the bottom line, a ...
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