BlackBerry Ltd. shares soared after the smartphone maker struck a five-year deal to have Foxconn Group manufacture its devices, helping cut production spending and stave off the inventory gluts that have plagued the company.
Rule No. 1: A property bubble isn't a bubble till it pops. Whether it's Shanghai, London, or Toronto, until the final blow-up, it's just a rising market driven by rising demand.
Minister Jean-Fran�ois Lis�e said recently that Quebeckers no longer have a connection to Canada and that Canada has become a �foreign body.
The University of Waterloo has purchased five buildings and land from BlackBerry Ltd. for $41-million. The deal, which is expected to close Feb. 14, will add an additional 300,000 square feet and more than 1,000 parking spaces to the school's property ...
The government has appointed Evan Siddall the new chief executive of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. Mr. Siddall, a former investment banker and special adviser to the governor of the Bank of Canada, will serve a five-year term starting Jan. 1.