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Tim Hortons confirms layoffs at headquarters, regional offices
Tim Hortons is laying off people in its headquarters and regional offices in the wake of its merger with Burger King. The restaurant chain, renamed in the deal as Restaurant Brands International, confirmed the layoffs in late afternoon, but did not say how many ...
Tim Hortons to cut jobs after takeover by Burger King  Reuters
Scores of employees laid off at headquarters, regional offices  Regina Leader-Post
Toronto Sun  
Top banks cut prime lending rates
Major banks cut prime lending rates Tuesday following the Bank of Canada's decision last week to lower the overnight lending rate.
Banks lower prime lending rates  CBC.ca
Three beaten-down oil stocks that are good bets to bounce back  The Globe and Mail
Coca-Cola in Canada to taste less sweet, have fewer calories
A promotion lady holds a Coca-Cola bottle on July 27, 2013. REUTERS/Soe Zeya Tun/Files. Latest News. Crowdfunding campaign started for babies born prematurely by surrogate · Toronto Zoo joins fight to stop illegal turtle trade · Ford confirms deal for ...
Coca-Cola Canada reduces sweetness, introduces smaller cans to cut calories  Vancity Buzz
Coca-Cola Canada cuts sweet content to offer low-calorie beverages  Drinks Business Review
Heroux-Devtek to record $5.8 million non-cash charge in Q3 related to Learjet 85
LONGUEUIL, Que. - Aerospace parts manufacturer Heroux-Devtek (TSX:HRX) is taking a $5.8-million charge related to Bombardier's decision to suspend work on a new Learjet model.
H�roux-Devtek feels spillover from Bombardier Learjet 85 pause  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Heroux-Devtek takes $7.9M charge after Learjet 'pause'  CanadianManufacturing.com
Grain handle up as CN books record freight in 2014
Canadian National Railway (CN) reported increased revenue from a higher grain and fertilizer handle as part of its �record full-year freight volumes� for fiscal 2014.
Canadian National Railway (USA) Earnings Revenue Update  Rock Hill Daily
Canadian National Railway earnings beat, but lag CP on efficiency  Reuters Canada
Marriott buys Delta Hotel brand
The Delta Bessborough, above, and Delta Regina are among 38 Delta hotels and resorts in Canada being taken over by the Marriott chain in a $168-million deal.
US hotel giant Marriott scoops up Canadian Delta brand for $168 million from ...  Vancouver Sun
Mariott buys BC's Delta Hotels for $168 million  Business in Vancouver
'Staggering' iPhone Demand Helps Lift Apple's Quarterly Profit by 38%
Apple surpassed even the most bullish Wall Street expectations for its holiday quarter with an improbable trifecta: selling more iPhones at higher prices�and earning more on each sale.
Apple iPhone sales trample expectations as profit sets global record  Reuters
How does Apple top a record quarter?  Financial Times
Millennials more upbeat than boomers about affording ideal retirement
When it comes to retirement expectations, millennials are more upbeat than baby boomers, according to a new survey. Almost half of millennials - 47 per cent - polled for the Bank of Montreal say they are optimistic about being able to afford their ideal ...
Pay down debt or squirrel money away for retirement?  Regina Leader-Post
Adviser helps keep investors on the right path  London Free Press
Judge halts land swap between city and developer
A B.C. Supreme Court decision throwing out a major development in downtown Vancouver over a flawed public hearing has reignited election criticisms over transparency and fairness at City Hall.
BC Supreme Court quashes approval for Vancouver tower deal  The Globe and Mail
Judge tosses out development permit for 36-storey Yaletown condo tower  The Province
Toronto's Billy Bishop airport terminal sold to AGF-led consortium
Rehearsals are on for "Beating the Retreat" ceremony which symbolises retreat after a day on the battlefield, and marks the official end of the Republic Day celebrations.
Porter sells Billy Bishop terminal to Nieuport Aviation  CBC.ca
Porter sells passenger terminal at island aiport  Toronto Sun