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Twitter adds no new users in final quarter of 2015
The number of active Twitter users failed to rise in the last three months of 2015, the social network has reported, as it continues to struggle.
Why are Twitter shares in a free fall?  The Hindu
Poor Twitter results as users not wowed by new changes  Irish Independent
Times of India  
CP Rail CEO prepared to walk away from Norfolk merger if shareholders vote no
MONTREAL - Canadian Pacific Railway CEO Hunter Harrison says he's prepared to walk away from a takeover bid for Norfolk Southern if the U.S.
CP Rail will abandon Norfolk bid if shareholders reject resolution: Harrison  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
At midday: TSX rises as financials recover
Canada's main stock index rose on Wednesday as financial stocks clawed back some losses from the start of the week, offsetting energy and mining stocks that slid as crude oil prices fell.
TSX falls on lower oil prices, credit market uncertainty  Reuters Canada
TSX slumps again on lower crude and commodities  Toronto Star
Photos: 12 ways to woo your Valentine
Looking for a way to celebrate Valentine's Day that goes beyond a bouquet of roses and a box of chocolates? Consider one (or more!
What's not to love about Valentine's Day on the weekend?  Florida Weekly
OSFI takes over control of Maple Bank assets in Canada
Canada's top banking regulator has taken temporary control of the Canadian assets of a German bank called Maple Bank GmbH. Maple Bank is headquartered in Frankfurt, Germany, but has a branch in Canada.
Residential Mortgage Underwriters  Canadian Mortgage Trends
OSFI seizes control of assets of the Canadian branch of Maple Bank  Financial Post
CI Investments to pay clients $156-million in OSC settlement deal
Mutual fund giant CI Investments Inc. will return $156-million to clients who owned mutual funds during a five-year period when the company failed to detect errors in calculating fund valuations.
CI Investments to return $156 million to 'harmed investors' in OSC ...  Financial Post
CI Financial Comments on OSC No-Contest Settlement  Stockhouse
BC superintendent of real estate denies ignoring 'shadow flipping'
VANCOUVER - British Columbia's superintendent of real estate is denying that she has failed to take action on "shadow flipping," saying she only learned of specific allegations from the media last week.
BC's house-flipping practices setting off alarm bells in Ontario  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Real Estate Council of B.C. chairwoman says independence is top of mind ...  The Province
Dollar slips in wake of Yellen testimony, yen climbs
SINGAPORE/SYDNEY (Reuters) - The dollar hit a 15-month low against the yen on Thursday after comments from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen gave investors no reason to change their minds that the next rate hike will be a long time coming.
S&P 500 erases gains on global growth fears; Europe stocks rise  Reuters
Yellen: Rate hikes could slow  Leader-Telegram
Ottawa seeks infrastructure support from pension funds
The federal government is talking to the country's largest pension funds about investing in billions of dollars worth of infrastructure projects to help stimulate the economy, the Infrastructure department told Reuters on Wednesday.
CPPIB chief says foreign holdings helped investment return in latest quarter  Montreal Gazette
Exclusive: Canada opens talks with pension funds on infrastructure funding  Reuters Canada
Metrolinx may lower fare for Union Pearson Express train
With mounting political pressure to get more people onto Toronto's struggling airport train, staff are promising to move fast on adjusting the price and acknowledging that the first year's ridership goal may not be met.
UP Express fares need 'clear and sharp' look, Del Duca says
UP Express just needs time to catch on, politicians say  Toronto Sun