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Ban eight Samsung products: Apple

Ban eight Samsung products: Apple

Apple Inc. on Monday gave a federal judge a list of eight Samsung Electronics Co. products it wants pulled from shelves and banned from the U.S. market. U.S.

NB Power to be reassembled

New Brunswick Premier David Alward says new legislation will be introduced this year to reassemble NB Power.

Falling cylinder stops sea oil rig

It will be a couple of days before operations resume aboard an offshore drilling rig off the coast of Newfoundland. Safety officers are trying to determine why a hydraulic cylinder was dropped aboard the Henry Goodrich on Thursday.
Oilsands pipelines fuel Canadian refinery debate

Oilsands pipelines fuel Canadian refinery debate

Observers say it's a low-margin, volatile business not worth pursuing

Cameco buys Australian play

Canadian uranium giant Cameco has purchased one of Australia's largest undeveloped uranium deposits for $430 million US. The Saskatchewan company reached an agreement with BHP Billiton to acquire the Yeelirrie uranium project in Western Australia.

Takeover lifts Canadian miner

Stock in Inter-Citic Minerals Inc. soared more than a third after the company announced it was being acquired by a subsidiary of China-based Western Mining Group in a deal that values Inter-Citic at $250 million. Inter-Citic said Western Mining Co.

Canada Post delivers $10-million loss

Canadians mailed fewer packages through Canada Post in the second quarter, eroding results across most of the Crown corporation's operations, while its courier business Purolator got a boost from more orders sent by e-commerce retailers.

Navistar board ousts CEO

Navistar International replaced CEO Daniel Ustian with former Textron CEO Lewis Campbell on an interim basis, after the truck maker's bet on a new generation of diesel engines failed to live up to promises.

Strike mandate against Big 3

Hourly workers at Chrysler, General Motors and Ford plants in Canada have voted overwhelmingly to go on strike to back their contract demands.

Hertz buying rental rival Thrifty in $2.3B deal

Hertz is onestep closer to its longawaited prize. More than two years after its original bid, it agreed to buy Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group for about $2.3 billion, giving it more ways to attract travellers and expand its international presence.
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