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Vancouver's Teck Resources has shares jump on merger report
VANCOUVER - Shares of Vancouver-based Teck Resources Ltd. are up more than 10 per cent amid a report that the company is in talks regarding a possible merger with Chilean copper miner Antofagasta.
Teck, Antofagasta in merger talks: report  The Globe and Mail
Teck Resources Ltd, Antofagasta Plc exploring merger: sources  Financial Post
Future Shop closure latest sign of trouble for small-town malls, analyst says
TORONTO -- The sudden closure of Future Shop electronics stores demonstrates the evolution taking place in the Canadian retail space amid increased competition from online shopping, analysts say.
Future Shop closure 'inevitable' but doesn't spell end of tech ...  Ottawa Business Journal
Orillia's Future Shop closed, will reopen as Best Buy
33000 jobs on the line if GM Oshawa plants shut doors: study
Tens of thousands of auto workers could be out of work if the General Motors plants in Oshawa shut their doors, a new study suggests.
Shuttering GM Oshawa plant could cost 33000 jobs: Union  Canadian Labour Reporter
Study: Ontario could lose 33000 jobs if Oshawa auto plant closes  Newstalk 1010
Sephora store hit with $18000 fine for unclear pricing
MONTREAL - A Sephora cosmetics store in Montreal was hit with an almost $18,000 fine for violating Quebec's accurate pricing laws.
Sephora in Fairview fined for pricing violations  CJAD
Canadian trailer maker Manac to explore sale
TORONTO (Reuters) - Manac Inc, the largest manufacturer of truck trailers in Canada, said on Monday its board has begun a strategic review to explore the possibility of a sale or merger, sending its shares up 7.5 percent in early trading.
Manac reviews strategic options, including possible sale of truck trailer maker
Manac considering merger, sale of company  Truck News
UnitedHealth-Catamaran deal sets up healthcare M&A chessboard
NEW YORK (Reuters) - UnitedHealth Group Inc's (UNH.N) planned takeover of No. 4 U.S. pharmacy benefits provider Catamaran Corp (CCT.
$12.8-billion deal for Canadian(ish) tech firm  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
UnitedHealth's $12.8 Billion Deal Could Reduce Further Consoldiation  New York Times
Provinces to snatch back the bulk of Ottawa's tax breaks: BMO
Provincial governments are wasting little time snatching back the breaks the Canadian government gave taxpayers. By the time budget season among the provinces is over, BMO Nesbitt Burns estimates, the provinces will have taken back some 75 per cent of ...
Austerity budgets of provinces will offset 75% of Ottawa's tax cuts: BMO
BMO: Provinces Will Take Back Three-Quarters Of Tories' Tax Cuts  Huffington Post Canada
Target Canada store signs, shopping carts, bags sold for $2.2 million
TORONTO - Tens of thousands of Target Canada shopping carts and nearly a million plastic bags are part of a long list of items being sold to Target Corp.
Lindsay Target set to close next week  Kawartha Media Group
Target Corp speeds up its Canadian exit, plans to wind up all stores by mid ...  Financial Post
TSX rises, Wall Street surges as Canadian dollar falls
Richard Drew/AP PhotoSpecialist Anthony Rinaldi, left, and trader Joseph Lawler work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo?
Toronto and US markets begin week higher, Canadian dollar falls  Cape Breton Post
CANADA STOCKS-TSX futures indicate lower start to the week  Reuters
Amaya to sell Cadillac Jack subsidiary to Apollo for $375 million
TORONTO (Reuters) - Amaya Gaming Group Inc (AYA.TO) said on Monday it has agreed to sell its Cadillac Jack subsidiary that makes slot machines and electronic bingo games for casinos to an affiliate of private equity firm Apollo Global Management (APO.
Amaya to sell Cadillac Jack game development unit for $476 million to AGS  Financial Post
Amaya to sell Cadillac Jack holdings for $476-million  The Globe and Mail (subscription)