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Microsoft Co-Founder Bill Gates Tops Rich List
Bill Gates stands atop Forbes magazine's annual list of the world's richest people, as Facebook Inc's Mark Zuckerberg joined the top 20 and basketball star Michael Jordan ploughed new air by making the list for the first time.
Forbes billionaires list swells to 1826 people  CBC.ca
Mukesh Ambani named richest Indian for 8th time in row by Forbes  Business Standard
Irish Independent  
CP's Hunter Harrison says terrorist attack a bigger concern than derailment
Hunter Harrison, the head of Canadian Pacific, says he's more worried about the threat of a terrorist attack on his railway than derailments.
CP Rail CEO says terrorists a greater threat than derailments  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
CP CEO fears terrorism more than derailments  Toronto Star
Target Canada reaches agreement to return 11 properties
Insolvent Target Canada Corp. has reached an agreement to return 11 properties to landlords across Canada, according to court documents.
Landlords make an offer for 11 Target stores, court will hear proposal Thursday  Lethbridge Herald
Landlords snap up coveted Target leases  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Saputo buying cheese business of Australia's Lion-Dairy & Drinks for $134.4M
MONTREAL - Saputo Inc. (TSX:SAP) has signed a deal to buy the everyday cheese business of Lion-Dairy & Drinks Pty Ltd. based in Victoria, Australia, for $134.4 million in cash.
Saputo Announces the Acquisition of the Everyday Cheese Business of Lion ...  MarketWatch
Saputo buys Australian cheese business for $134.4M  CanadianManufacturing.com
Brent crude up $1 to over $60.50 as global markets firm
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Brent crude oil prices rose more than a dollar to above $60.50 a barrel on Tuesday, tracking firmer Asian markets, but analysts warned the market remained oversupplied.
Brent crude rises to $60.31 per barrel  Hindu Business Line
Brent crude oil steadies above $60 after sharp Monday fall  Reuters
Don't bet the factory on Canada: Why the falling loonie won't spur a ...
If you want to know why Canada's plunging currency won't benefit the manufacturing sector anytime soon, take a drive through Windsor, Ontario.
Canada Consumer Gloom Deepens Before Poloz Interest Rate Meeting  Bloomberg
BoC March Meeting: Markets Unsure Of Bank's Move Wednesday  eFXnews
DLA Piper gains entry into Canada's legal market with Davis LLP merger
DLA Piper, one of the world's largest law firms, is merging with Vancouver-based Davis LLP in a deal that gives the global giant a long-sought Canadian foothold and, its worldwide chairman says, a platform to give Bay Street's elite legal players a run for their ...
International law firm DLA Piper is expanding into Canada by merging with ...  CBC.ca
DLA Piper to merge with Canada's Davis LLP  Reuters Canada
Canada Stocks Advance as BlackBerry, Valeant Pharma
(Bloomberg) -- Canadian stocks rose, extending the biggest monthly rally in more than a year, as health-care and technology shares advanced.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX advances as Valeant climbs, offsets weaker oil shares  Reuters Africa
Equities maintain gains  Baystreet.ca
Metrolinx seeking 'significant payment' from Toronto for rail link to Pearson airport
The City of Toronto is being asked to make a �significant payment� to the provincial transit agency for costs associated with the rail link to Pearson airport, the city manager announced on Monday, amid revelations that the municipality is also fully on the hook ...
Province Won't be Paying $35M in Union Station Overrun Costs  640 Toronto News
Toronto, Metrolinx in negotiations over airport express train funding  The Globe and Mail
Calgary real estate market seeing drop in house sales, increase in inventory
Calgary real estate is continuing on a trend the city has not seen in years: a dramatic drop in house sales. The drop in sales has led to a growing inventory in Calgary's housing market.
Calgary housing takes a hit  CTV News
Calgary housing inventory still rising, but panic to list subsides  Financial Post