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Alberta's securities regulator gives COS shareholders breathing room
Alberta's securities regulator has given Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. shareholders more time to find a rival offer, but it struck down a rights plan the company adopted to help thwart Suncor Energy Inc.'s $4.3-billion takeover - raising questions about ...
Canadian Oil Sands can stall Suncor Energy's hostile takeover bid for a ...  Edmonton Journal
Canadian Oil Sands Wins More Time for Bids as Suncor Mulls Steps  Bloomberg
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Ottawa confirms $587-million deal for navy supply ship at Davie shipyard
A ship in construction is seen at the Davie Shipyard in L�vis, April 30, 2013. MATHIEU BELANGER / Montreal Gazette Files. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Ottawa confirms deal for navy supply ship with Quebec's Davie shipyard  The Globe and Mail
Ottawa confirms $587M deal to build navy supply ship in Quebec  Times Colonist
Statistics Canada to report third-quarter GDP results
OTTAWA - Canadians get their latest read on how the economy is performing when Statistics Canada releases its report on third-quarter gross domestic product this morning.
Economist warns about fiscal laxity as recovery continues  Irish Times
Mad cow came from tainted feed, report says
Contaminated feed is the likely cause of a case of mad cow disease found on an Alberta farm earlier this year, according to a federal report.
CFIA says small amount of feed likely cause of Alberta mad cow disease case  The Province
Contaminated feed likely cause of Alberta BSE case  News Talk 770 Calgary
Target, Walmart & other websites stumble on Cyber Monday
CHICAGO: US shoppers seeking to avoid the holiday crowds at bricks-and-mortar stores and snare deals on Cyber Monday came face-to-face with traffic jams and product sellouts, with some customers of Target Corp forced to wait in a virtual line.
Cyber Monday leaving shoppers unimpressed  Belfast Telegraph
Cyber Monday sales on pace to crack $3 billion for the first time  Los Angeles Times
Financial crisis damage still being felt by pension systems as countries adjust
OTTAWA - Pension systems remain under strain in many countries amid slow economic growth and moves by governments to shore up financial stability in the wake of the global financial crisis, a new report by the Organization for Economic Co-operation ...
The UK has one of the lowest pensions in developed world according to the OECD  City A.M.
Hong Kong shares post biggest rise in 3 weeks after yuan SDR triumph
Dec 1 Hong Kong shares jumped nearly 2 percent on Tuesday, their biggest one-day percentage gain in almost three weeks, as investors responded positively to news that the yuan would be granted global reserve currency status.
China stocks sag after soft PMIs; Hong Kong jumps on yuan SDR triumph  Hindu Business Line
Q: Is The IMF's Inclusion Of The Chinese Yuan In The SDR Basket A Game ...  Seeking Alpha
Amazon gives glimpse at new delivery drone design
SAN FRANSISCO: Amazon provided a glimpse into the future of online shopping in a video of a new delivery drone that racked up more than two million views by mid-Monday.
Amazon is ready for its drones to fly, but government isn't  The Boston Globe
Drone Delivery Works in the Real World  Builder Magazine
Beijing smog fails to obscure "apocalypse" humour
BEIJING Dec 1 Several days of brown haze in Beijing so thick it has closed highways suspended construction and brought official warnings to stay indoors have also prompted jokes about the end of the world.
China's Embarrassing Toxic Smog Cloud  Fortune
Beijing pollution: Schools keep children indoors  BBC News
Solar Plane Backers Raises $20M to Resume Record Trip
November 30, 2015 9:20 PM. ZURICH—. The Swiss solar-powered plane whose record-setting, round-the-world flight was put on hold in July by weather and battery trouble has raised the $20 million it needs to finish the trip, co-founder and pilot Andre ...
Solar Impulse: round-the-world flight to continue after raising €20m  The Guardian
Solar Impulse secures funding to continue journey