(Reuters) - Canadian Oil Sands Ltd COS.TO set a capital expenditure target of C$295 million ($221 million) for 2016, down about 35 percent from the estimated budget for 2015, saying the Syncrude oil sands project would help raise output at lower costs.
If OPEC, which meets later this week in Vienna, is worried about what's happening at the climate change conference in Paris, the group might look for comfort to, of all people, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley.
The Samsung conglomerate appointed a new mobile president at its flagship Samsung Electronics for the first time in six years after growth stalled at the world's largest smartphone maker.
The epic Thanksgiving-Black Friday-Cyber Monday shop-a-thon is over. There were stores that opened for sales on doorbuster deals at 6 a.m.
The graduation ceremony for the yuan was a bit stuffy. No mortarboards were thrown, no pranks pulled. That did little to dim the celebration in Beijing, where state media cheered the currency's addition to the International Monetary Fund's reserve basket.