If the Montreal protesters who interrupted the first day of a National Energy Board hearing into the Energy East pipeline project wanted attention, then mission accomplished.
NEW YORK, N.Y. - Stocks fell slightly on Tuesday in another quiet day on Wall Street as hesitant investors remained on the sidelines as a slow summer winds down.
The banks managed to shrug off concerns about loans to the energy sector, reporting lower provisions for credit losses than they had in the previous quarter.
TORONTO - A new study suggests the two hottest real estate markets in Canada appear to be headed in different directions, as Vancouver softens and Toronto looks to maintain its momentum.
Apple has warned that future investment by multinationals in Europe could be hit after it was ordered to pay a record-breaking €13bn (�11bn) in back taxes to Ireland.