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AB InBev wins over SABMiller at fifth attempt
The world's two biggest brewers agreed on Tuesday to create a company making almost a third of the world's beer after SABMiller received an improved offer worth more than $100-billion from larger rival Anheuser-Busch InBev.
What would a SABMiller takeover mean for drinkers?  BBC News
AB InBev's �68bn takeover of SABMiller faces Pretoria scrutiny  Financial Times
TSX slips as energy stocks pull back
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index pulled back on Tuesday, with energy stocks stung by a drop in oil prices and investor sentiment hurt by weak trade data out of China.
TSX, Wall Street choppy on weak China data, falling oil  Financial Post
CANADA STOCKS-TSX slips as energy stocks pull back  Reuters
Twitter laying off up to 336 people as new CEO cuts costs
SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter is laying off up to 336 employees, signalling CEO Jack Dorsey's resolve to slash costs while the company struggles to make money.
Twitter to Cut Up to 8% of Workforce in Effort to Sharpen Focus  Bloomberg
Twitter to Lay Off 336 Employees  Newsweek
Fission Uranium Corp, Denison Mines Corp terminate merger agreement
Fission Uranium Corp. and Denison Mines Corp. have called off a friendly merger due to a lack of support from Fission's shareholders.
Denison Mines, Fission Uranium call off merger  The Globe and Mail
UPDATE 2-Denison Mines, Fission Uranium call off merger  Reuters
Not my job to protect borrowers from 'bad choices,' Stephen Poloz says
In case you missed it, Stephen Poloz says it's not his job to stop people from making dumb choices. At the end of the day, the Bank of Canada governor said on the weekend, borrowers and bankers “bear the ultimate responsibility for their own decisions.
Don't blame debt binge on low rates, Canada — blame 'bad choices'
Stephen Poloz says slashed interest rates are saving economy long term
Philippines demands Canada take back 2500 tonnes of Vancouver trash
For two years, it's been straining Canadian-Filipino relations, prompting protests, petitions, stern-worded political threats and even a demand for an official government inquiry.
Canadian trash fermenting in Philippines  Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Calgary-based Kicking Horse Energy acquired by Polish giant PKN Orlen
Poland's top refiner, the state-controlled PKN Orlen, said on Tuesday it has launched takeover bids for Canada's Kicking Horse Energy and Nasdaq-listed FX Energy, worth a total of over $300 million US.
Tuesday's small-cap stocks to watch  The Globe and Mail
SHAREHOLDER ALERT: Levi & Korsinsky, LLP Notifies Shareholders of FX ...  MarketWatch
St. Lawrence sewage petition with 90000 signatures to be presented to Denis ...
The man who started a petition against Montreal's plans to dump untreated wastewater into the St. Lawrence River is taking his message directly to Mayor Denis Coderre.
Editorial: Montreal, Your Sewage Plans Are Full of It  The Link
Canadian dollar down, market indexes lower
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was trading below 77 cents US and North American stock indexes fell Tuesday. The loonie was at 76.71 cents US shortly after Canadian and American stock markets opened, down 0.59 from Friday's close before the ...
US Stocks Slightly Higher Despite Poor China Trade Data  Wall Street Journal
Loonie, market indexes strengthen in late morning trade  CTV News
Calculating the Effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Determining the real economic benefits of the TPP is not as easy as it seems. More data from key sectors such as high-tech will ensure that economic predictions are based on sounder evidence and present a clearer, more rounded perspective on the ...
Letters: The TPP is a 'win-win'  National Post
M'sian consumers still view TPP with concern or skepticism  The Star Online