BRUSSELS - Apple has to pay up to 13 billion euros (US$14.5 billion) - plus billions more in interest - in back taxes to Ireland after the European Union found Tuesday that the U.S.
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.
New standards on Canadian canola exports being demanded by China has producers worried, something the prime minister said is a priority as he heads to Beijing.
A Kitchener manufacturer of auto parts says it will be able to create more than 60 new positions thanks in part to funding from the provincial government.