That may not sound seismic. After all, the industrial revolution happened hundreds of years ago and manufacturing jobs have been the minority of all jobs in the West for decades. But Bernstein is arguing
Canada posted its strongest economic growth in more than two years in the third quarter, as a rebound in exports helped the economy bounce back strongly from its second-quarter slump. Statistics Canada
The effort, which involves teams from several acquired startups, reflects Apple's near-term desire to put augmented reality technology into consumers' hands even as it develops special glasses that could
Canadian marijuana stocks surged after the head of the country's biggest producer said his company could cope with taxes as high as 25 per cent, extending a rally that began in the summer with the prospect
Don’t expect the back and forth between Jay Z’s Tidal and Prince’s estate to be settled any time soon. The late singer’s benefactors are now suing Tidal and co. for streaming all those wonderful albums
At some point, most nonnative speakers who want to cash in on their English—to go to university abroad or land a job with a multinational corporation—will have to take a test, probably one with a long
Free shipping is a top priority for online shoppers, but many merchants are struggling to keep up with the costs. When shopping online, you tend to run into the lie pretty quickly. Spend a certain amount—perhaps
A lot of people have been shocked by Donald Trump's refusal to confirm that he would accept the results if Hillary Clinton wins the election. Actually, his reaction to the outcome is not that important.
A few dozen kilometers northeast of Nuuk, Greenland’s capital and largest city, a remote power plant is thriving because of the extra water coming from the melt of ancient glaciers. The Buksefjord hydroelectric
Google recently announced the acquisition of influencer marketing company, FameBit, in an effort to connect YouTube creators with marketers. As the CEO of an influencer marketing company, I found myself
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The Brexit trade-off of weaker currency, cheaper exports will make the economy less dependent on consumers and more reliant on producers It has been just like old times. The pound has been falling on foreign
Elections and the stock market: History tells us economics matter more than politics. Could it be different this time?
Nope, scratch that. It's pretty much impossible. But in light of the looming November vote, we took a look at what happened in the markets over the past few decades in relation to US presidential elections.
Canada's Prime Minister Justin Trudeau poses for a picture in Toronto, Ontario, Canada October 7, 2016. REUTERS/Mark Blinch OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday angrily