CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week.
Some of Canadaâ€™s biggest cannabis producers are facing a flurry of proposed class-action lawsuits in the United States after investors were hit with steep financial losses in the stock market.
Internal messages and emails from Boeing are painting a clearer portrait of a profit-focused management culture at the world’s largest aircraft manufacturer, where pressure for short-term shareholder returns seems to have overwhelmed safety concerns.
The eyes of the world will be on Vancouver as Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou takes a seat in a B.C. courtroom for the first phase of her extradition hearing this week. A judge will hear arguments on so-called double criminality.
The final two Zellers stores will shut down later this month. But an active community of former employees hopes to keep the doomed department store remembered through memorabilia and online.
The former head of the Canadian Dairy Commission who facilitated a $225-million investment by a Chinese dairy processor to build an infant formula plant in Kingston, Ont. is now serving on that same Chinese corporation’s board.
Our weekend business panel discusses the tentative trade deal between the U.S. and China and the announcement that BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, will make climate change central to its investment decisions.
A new report finds that the reality of retirement in Canada isn’t quite what people expect it to be.