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Fed to keep rates near zero 'for a considerable time'
WASHINGTON�The Federal Reserve signalled Wednesday that it plans to keep a key interest rate at a record low for a considerable period because a broad range of U.S.
Fed Cautious as It Maps Out Rate-Hike Strategy  Wall Street Journal
Federal Reserve low rate pledge remains in place  CBC.ca
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Ontario economy poised to grow faster than Canada's: CIBC
CIBC says Canada's most populous province is on track to see its economy expand by more than the national average next year, the first time that's happened since before the recession.
Top links: Ontario as a 'have-not' province nears end  The Globe and Mail
Rebuilding of Canada's export sector will take a decade and lower loonie ...  Brandon Sun
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Why Republic Airways (RJET) Stock Is Up Today
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Republic Airways (RJET) was gaining 10.1% to $11.31 Wednesday after reaching a new agreement with United Airlines (UAL) and ordering 50 new jets from Embraer (ERJ) .
Brazil's Embraer to sell 50 jets to US regional operator  Fox News Latino
Bombardier Q400 turboprops dropped by Republic Airways  Financial Post
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CIBC's new CEO unveils first pages of his playbook
He's heard the calls for more clarity on Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's strategy, and newly minted chief executive Victor Dodig is ready to deliver.
New CIBC Chief Signals Wealth Management Will Be a Focus  Wall Street Journal (blog)
CIBC's new CEO vows caution when growing bank's business  CTV News
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Toronto stock market, Wall St. higher ahead of Fed statement, lift in oil prices
The Toronto Stock Exchange Broadcast Centre is pictured in Toronto on June 28, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Aaron Vincent Elkaim. Previous Next.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX declines as investors brace for Fed  Reuters Africa
TSX declines as investors brace for Fed  Business Recorder
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Anger and worry in Hamilton as US Steel files for bankruptcy protection
U.S. Steel's stock has soared since the company announced it would be filing for bankruptcy protection in Canada, a move that caught the City of Hamilton off-guard.
Canadian plants drain $2 billion: U. S. Steel  Hamilton Spectator
Governments react to U.S. Steel Canada's bid for creditor protection  CHCH News
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The envelope, please
Do you leave a tip in your hotel room for the maid? Marriott is launching a program with Maria Shriver to put envelopes in hotel rooms to encourage tipping.
Marriott encourages guests to tip housekeeping staff with envelopes in rooms  CANOE
Marriott tipping envelopes for housekeeping sparks debate  Fox News
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Sony Turnaround Effort Falters, Expects $2.15 Billion Yearly Loss
Sony devices were on display at a consumer-electronics trade fair in Berlin earlier this month. The Japanese electronics giant said Thursday it was writing down the value of its mobile communications unit.
Sony heads for deeper loss as it shrinks struggling smartphone business  Reuters
Beleaguered Sony predicts $2.1 billion loss as smartphone future falters  Vancouver Sun
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Burnaby's Trans Mountain Pipeline injunction rejected by BC court
The City of Burnaby's application for a temporary injunction to stop Kinder Morgan cutting trees for survey work on Burnaby Mountain has been rejected by a B.C.
Burnaby loses injunction to stop Kinder Morgan survey work  Vancouver Sun
Court denies Burnaby's request for injunction against Kinder Morgan  Business in Vancouver
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Foul play suspected in death of recovery house worker
The Integrated Homicide Investigation Team has been called to probe the death of a recovery house worker whose body was found Tuesday in New Westminster.
IHIT takes over investigation of suspicious death in New Westminster  Vancouver Sun
1100 block of Nanaimo Street in New Westminster  Castanet.net
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