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Aimia sues former president over trade secrets allegedly emailed to his father

Aimia sues former president over trade secrets allegedly emailed to his father

MONTREAL — Aimia Inc. has launched a lawsuit in a U.S. court against its former president after Nathaniel Felsher allegedly emailed "trade secrets" to his father, a New York-based investment adviser.
Lower gas prices slow annual inflation rate to Bank of Canada's 2% bull's-eye

Lower gas prices slow annual inflation rate to Bank of Canada's 2% bull's-eye

OTTAWA — Canada's price picture softened to two per cent last month following a sharp drop in gasoline prices compared to a year ago. The annual inflation number for June hit the Bank of Canada's ideal target as it came down from 2.
Rogers to open lab in Waterloo Region to develop commercial uses for 5G networks

Rogers to open lab in Waterloo Region to develop commercial uses for 5G networks

WATERLOO, Ont. — Rogers Communications Inc. says it will open a new innovation lab in Waterloo, Ont., in September to advance the commercialization of fifth-generation wireless networks that will begin to roll out next year.
Comic-Con at 50: Bigger than ever, but at what cost?

Comic-Con at 50: Bigger than ever, but at what cost?

LOS ANGELES — No one expected their culture would ever become mainstream when a few hundred comic book and science fiction enthusiasts and creators gathered in the basement of a San Diego hotel 49 years ago for what would become known as the first Co
Top French minister resigns over alleged lavish lifestyle

Top French minister resigns over alleged lavish lifestyle

PARIS — The No.
Powell says financial crisis accelerated economic changes

Powell says financial crisis accelerated economic changes

WASHINGTON — Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Tuesday that the 2008 financial crisis accelerated major changes in the U.S. and global economies, leading to slower growth, lower inflation and lower interest rates.
Trump administration blasts WTO ruling on China

Trump administration blasts WTO ruling on China

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration blasted a World Trade Organization decision Tuesday that could let China levy sanctions on the United States.
TSX down as oil prices fall on easing tensions with Iran; U.S. markets also lower

TSX down as oil prices fall on easing tensions with Iran; U.S. markets also lower

TORONTO — North American stock markets were all down Tuesday with Canada's main stock index inching lower as oil prices fell on signs of easing geopolitical risks in the Middle East. The S&P/TSX composite index closed down 8.40 points at 16,502.
CP Rail rakes in record second-quarter revenue as traffic increases

CP Rail rakes in record second-quarter revenue as traffic increases

Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. announced record second-quarter revenues of nearly $2 billion Tuesday, beating analysts' expectations and sending its stock to an all-time high. Shares of the country's second-largest railroad operator shot up $12.

Turquoise Hill shares plunge on delays, higher costs at Mongolian mine

VANCOUVER — Shares of Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. closed down more than 43 per cent Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange after it announced delays and cost overruns at a major mine project in Mongolia. The Vancouver-based company, 50.