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Bonds boost Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley reported better-than-expected adjusted earnings for the third quarter as it boosted revenue from trading bonds, long a sore spot for the investment bank.
U.K. court backs Samsung

U.K. court backs Samsung

Britain's Court of Appeal has affirmed a lower court ruling that Samsung's Galaxy tablet computer is "not as cool" as Apple's iPad and therefore doesn't infringe Apple's rights.

Regulator Rejects Astral Takeover

The Toronto stock market closed little changed Thursday following three days of advances as economic growth data from China met expectations and traders looked to a two-day summit of European Union leaders.

Region's EI recipients slip 15%

The number of people receiving regular monthly employment insurance benefits in Greater Victoria dropped by 200, or 15 per cent, over the last 12 months, according to Statistics Canada.

Fleet facility readies for $187M finish

Five-year project to start in spring; tender packages have wide range

Germany, France draw battle lines

European Union leaders are tussling over how much power they want to cede to central authorities during a summit meeting focused on how to ensure their debt crisis never repeats itself.
Drug-maker victory creates tax headache

Drug-maker victory creates tax headache

The Supreme Court of Canada has opened the door to allowing foreign multinational corporations to dodge their Canadian tax liabilities by siding with British drugmaker GlaxoSmithKline in its 20-year tax battle with the federal government.

'Anomaly' shuts Keystone

TransCanada Corp. has shut down its Keystone oil pipeline after it detected a "small anomaly" on the outside of the pipe.


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Meat packer should clean house: union

Meat packer should clean house: union

Management 'the problem' at Alberta plant