Taxi drivers protest against transportation network companies such as Uber and Lyft along with Assembly Bill 2293 at the State Capitol in Sacramento, California, June 25, 2014. Assembly Bill 2293 would require transportation network companies to expand co

From Politics & Policy 3:01 pm

Uber Is Good For Canadian Consumers - Competition Bureau

Canada's Competition Bureau approves the presence of Uber ridesharing app service.

Sam Walsh, chief executive of mining giant Rio Tinto, takes part in a summit dialogue at the APEC CEO Summit at the China National Convention Centre (CNCC) in Beijing November 9, 2014, part of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit.

From Companies 2:57 pm

Experts Say Rio Tinto-Glencore Merger Is Inevitable; Iron Ore Price Drops Below $70

A potential merger between Rio Tinto (ASX: RIO) and Glencore (LON: GLEN) could create the world's biggest mining company and dislodge BHP Billiton (ASX: BHP) from the top, a London expert said.

A Marks & Spencer store sits across the street from a newly opened Simon's depatment store on Ste. Catherine Street in downtown Montreal, April 28, 1999.

From Economy 2:09 pm

Consumer Alert: Retailer Simons Goes Out Of Quebec, To Open Five Stores Across Canada

Gatineau, Vancouver, Calgary, Mississauga and Ottawa will be seeing stores of Quebec-based fashion retailer Simons very soon.

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (L-R), U.N. Women's Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim and Council on Foreign Relations Senior Fellow Isobel Coleman participate in an event on empowering woman

From Companies 1:53 pm

Australia’s Gender Gap Is Wider At The Top

The gender gap in salaries in Australia just got wider. The latest report by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) said the difference grew to 24.7 percent from 19.9 percent. The gap is felt more among women executives who get lesser discretionary pay such as bonuses, allowances, overtime and other perks when compared to their male counterparts.

A Kohl's Department store is shown in Encinitas, California October 28, 2014. Kohl's reported their earnings on Tuesday.

From Companies Nov 25

Kohl's Black Friday 2014 Online Deals Available Now Until Nov. 28, 2014 Including Free Shipping For Orders Worth $50 And More [WATCH VIDEO]

Kohl’s has announced its Black Friday 2014 online deals which offer massive savings on products including “Frozen” items, clothes, shoes, appliances, toys and electronics.

People shop at Target on Thanksgiving Day in Burbank, California November 22, 2012. The shopping frenzy known as "Black Friday" kicked off at a more civilized hour welcomed by some shoppers this year, with retailers like Target Corp and Toys R U

From Companies Nov 25

Target Early Black Friday 2014 Sale Ad Released For Nov. 26, 2014 Includes Deals On Toys, HDTVs And Video Games Such As ‘FIFA 15’ And ‘NHL 15’ For Xbox 360 [WATCH VIDEO]

Target has unveiled its two-page Early Black Friday 2014 sale ad for Wednesday, Nov. 26, 2014, which includes discounts on Fisher Price toys and several DVDs.


From Companies Nov 25

A Bearded Man Is Arresting UberX Drivers Across Sydney

Former British police is arresting UberX drivers in Sydney

A Telecommunications Tower Managed By American Tower In Golden, Colorado

From Politics & Policy Nov 25

Canadian Regulator To Examine Cost, Access To High-Speed Internet

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission wants a level-playing field for big and small ISPs in the country.

Australian media company bosses David Kirk, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Fairfax Media, Michael Anderson, CEO and Chairman of Commercial Radio Australia, John Hartigan, Chairman and CEO of News Limited, and Mark Scott, Managing Director of the Austral

From Companies Nov 25

ABC To Cut 400 Jobs Due To Budget Cuts By Abbott Government

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation is going to cut 400 jobs.

Editor In Chief Anna Wintour

From Companies Nov 25

Vogue's Anna Wintour Pissed Off With New 1 World Trade Center Offices, Infested With Rats

Vogue's Anna Wintour is said to be not pleased with new 1 WTC offices as they are infested in rodents.