BlackBerry Ltd. is delaying a plan to stop operating in Pakistan, but remains committed to closing up shop in that country rather than accept demands by authorities for “unfettered” access to all customer information on its BES servers.
TORONTO -- Canada's largest stock market was up Monday morning, parting company with its American counterparts. The Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX index was up 82.19 points at 13,450.43.
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canada's current account deficit shrank in the third quarter, but not by as much as expected, as an improvement in trade was partly offset by a higher deficit on cross-border investment flows, according to Statistics Canada data ...
The International Monetary Fund announced Monday that China's currency, the yuan, will join the fund's group of international basket of reserve currencies.
REGINA -- Tanking oil prices are forcing the Saskatchewan government to put the brakes on spending. A budget update shows the province is projecting a deficit of $262 million compared with a surplus of just over $100 million that was forecast in March.