In a 4-3 ruling, the Supreme Court of Canada gave the go-ahead on Friday to a class-action lawsuit against Facebook over advertisements featuring its users, allegedly without their consent.
BlackBerry Ltd.'s string of recent success may have hit a snag. The Canadian company, which exited the hardware business last year, missed analysts' estimates for total revenue, the majority of which is now made up of software sales.
Sears Holdings (shld) is closing another 20 locations on top of recently announced shutterings, bringing to total store closures to 260 this year for the struggling retailer which is trying unsuccessfully to stanch years of sales declines.
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. -- Costs for the beleaguered Muskrat Falls hydro development in Labrador are up by another $1 billion. Nalcor Energy CEO Stan Marshall says the new price tag is $12.7 billion with financing.
A TTC driver has tested positive for impairment on the job for the first time since the transit agency implemented its new random drug testing policy.