Global stock markets rallied for a second straight day on Tuesday, as solid U.S. earnings, speculation about U.S. tax reform and reduced chances of a U.S.
Great-West Lifeco plans to shed 450 jobs in Winnipeg as part of a company-wide restructuring that will reduce its workforce by 1,500 workers in Canada.
Barrick Gold Corp. shares slid 11 per cent Tuesday as investors reacted to the gold miner's first-quarter results, which missed production and earnings estimates and revealed higher operating costs.
Study published Tuesday determined levels of potentially hazardous particulate matter on TTC were as high as a typical day in Beijing.
If you like to hear what executives have to say about their underlying operations, you'll want to keep tabs on several news-making businesses that are delivering their first-quarter results on Wednesday.