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McDonald's revival recipe leaves investors hungry for more
McDonald's has pledged to restructure and cut costs in a long-awaited plan to revive flagging sales, but analysts questioned whether its new chief executive had done enough to catch up with a revolution in consumer tastes that he admitted it had failed to ...
McDonald's reset to change structure, cut costs, boost franchises  Reuters Canada
Wall St. fails to savor McDonald's turnaround bid  USA TODAY
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More seniors filing for insolvency with bigger debts than young: report
OTTAWA -- Seniors and those approaching retirement are making up a growing proportion of those filing for insolvency in Ontario and have bigger debts compared to younger people, a report said Monday.
Growing number of seniors account for Ontario insolvency filings: study  The Globe and Mail
Seniors filing for insolvency with bigger debts than young, report finds  Bay Today
CANADA STOCKS-TSX rallies broadly, Couche-Tard leads gains
(Updates with fresh details, market reaction and analyst comments). * TSX up 48.5 points, or 0.32 percent, to 15,388.27. * Nine of the TSX's 10 main groups were higher.
At midday: TSX rallies broadly, Couche-Tard leads gains  The Globe and Mail
TSX rallies broadly, Couche-Tard leads gains  Reuters Canada
UPDATE 1-Canadian exchange operator TMX Group to trim fees, rebates
(Adds background, comments from TMX, academics,). By Euan Rocha. TORONTO May 4 (Reuters) - TMX Group, owner of Canada's major stock exchanges, said on Monday it will gradually reduce its rebate and fee structure to address concerns about its ...
TMX Group bows to pressure and lowers controversial 'maker-taker' fees  Financial Post
TMX Group to trim fees, rebates  The Globe and Mail
Metro Vancouver real estate board warns demand outpacing supply
METRO VANCOUVER - Buyers continued to snatch up homes in Metro Vancouver last month, and realtors are warning that the region's real estate demand is outpacing the supply.
Metro Vancouver real estate market facing low risk of market correction ...  The Province
Bombardier Transportation says consortium finalizing Cairo monorail contract
MONTREAL - Bombardier Transportation says its consortium with Egypt's Orascom Construction is finalizing discussions with the Egyptian government to build a US$1.5 billion monorail near Cairo.
New monorail for Egypt by 2018  eNCA
Egypt Finalizes Deal for Cairo Monorail Line  StepFeed
Dow Chemical to cut about 3 per cent of global workforce as part of chlorine ...
Dow Chemical will cut about three per cent of its global workforce as it prepares to break off a significant part of its chlorine operations as part of a US$5 billion deal announced earlier this year with ammunition, chlorine, and sodium hydroxide maker Olin Corp ...
Dow Chemical cutting up to 1750 jobs worldwide, 3 percent of workforce  MLive.com
Dow Chemical to cut up to 1750 jobs  Reuters
Canadian dollar up, Toronto Stock Exchange advances Monday morning
TORONTO - The Canadian dollar was up about one-third of a U.S. cent Monday morning. The loonie traded at 82.58 cents US, up 0.32 of a U.S.
Canadian dollar up, Toronto stock market advances  Times Colonist
CANADA STOCKS-TSX opens higher, as gold miners help lead gains  Reuters
Tembec says quarter weaker than expected, Q2 loss rises to $40 million
MONTREAL - Quebec-based forestry company Tembec says it has just endured a tough winter quarter that resulted in a $40-million loss.
Tembec reports financial results for its second quarter ended March 28, 2015  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Why the Canadian dollar's recent rally may be too much of a good thing
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul ChiassonAlmost every forecaster in a Bloomberg survey is calling for the Canadian dollar's recent gains to come to an end.
CANADA FX DEBT-Crude at 2015 highs gives Canadian dollar boost  Reuters
Weaker Loonie Boosts US-Dollar Debt Costs for Some Companies  Wall Street Journal (blog)