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Apple, Google bid on Kodak

Eastman Kodak, which is planning to auction 1,100 digital patents, received two bids from investor groups including Apple Inc and Google Inc of between $150 million and $250 million, the Wall Street Journal reported .

Residential building permits slip in June

Capital region's non-residential permits fall even more: StatsCan

Knight regains market share

Knight Capital Group Inc.

Fire stalls key Chevron refinery

Repairs to start at Bay-area plant after major blaze; gas prices jump

Victoria tech firm sold for $25 million

Australian outfit acquires pioneering Daniels Electronics; staff retained

Ontario farmers plead for help

Farmers who've had their crops obliterated this summer by long-lasting drought conditions need quick financial aid, says the head of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture.
Gibson agrees to pay exotic wood fine

Gibson agrees to pay exotic wood fine

Guitar-maker concedes imports violated U.S. environmental laws

U.S. magazine sales tumble

U.S. magazine sales fell nearly 10 per cent in the first half of 2012, a troubling sign for print publishers that suggests Americans are still being careful about discretionary spending.

Canadian defence firm rebuked

U.S. upset with Pratt and Whitney's software military exports to China

Standard Chartered offshoring slammed

Off-shoring of back-office work to India, a trend among banks and accounting firms, came under new scrutiny with allegations that Standard Chartered Plc moved compliance oversight work dealing with Iranian banking transactions to India to avoid U.S.