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U.S. Steel reported a second-quarter loss of $18 million Tuesday, sharply less than the $60 million Wall Street stock watchers had predicted.
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More losses hit U.S. Steel

Steve Arnold

U.S. Steel reported a second-quarter loss of $18 million Tuesday, sharply less than the $60 million...

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Canada | 8 hours ago

Fatal fire costs B.C. mill $724,000

WorkSafeBC orders mill to pay $724,000 in penalties, levies for 2012 fatal fire

Business | 13 hours ago

Butler brings luxury service to Ford dealerships

Ford Motor Company of Canada hires ‘Charles the Butler’ to boost service at its dealerships

OurWindsor.Ca | by Dana Flavelle
Business | 13 hours ago
Flat-rate hydro proposal stirs debate

Flat-rate hydro proposal stirs debate

A proposal to charge householders one flat rate for local hydro service — no matter how much electricity they use — raises...

OurWindsor.Ca | by John Spears
World | 22 hours ago
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High-level meeting today on aviation risks

High-level meeting today in Montreal to discuss risks to civil aviation

Business | 22 hours ago

WestJet has net profit of $51.8M in Q2

Calgary's WestJet records higher net profit of $51.8 in second quarter

Business | Jul 26, 2014
John Chen

A resurrection for BlackBerry?

Are the recent signs of a BlackBerry Ltd. turnaround for real?

Waterloo Region Record | by David Olive
Jul 24, 2014

KFC to offer beer at two Toronto locations

Chicken chain to offer cold bottled brews in two KFC Fresh restaurants in Toronto this fall.

Hamilton Spectator | 1 Comment
Jul 22, 2014

Parks Canada launches clothing line

Parks Canada launches clothing line featuring classic beaver logo

Jul 22, 2014

Parks Canada-branded clothing line launched

Cash-strapped Parks Canada is getting into the fashion business, with a line of Parks Canada clothing launching this week.

Hamilton Spectator | Add Comment | by Francine Kopun
Jul 21, 2014

Pen Canada gets political activities audit

Pen Canada hit with political-activities audit by Canada Revenue Agency

Jul 18, 2014

How Kindle Unlimited compares with Scribd, Oyster

How Amazon's Kindle Unlimited e-book service compares with rivals Scribd, Oyster

Jul 18, 2014

Why the stakes are high at Bombardier’s strike-bound Thunder Bay plant

The globalization of the light rail industry, the changing nature of trade agreements and the arrival of a new chief...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Dana Flavelle
Jul 18, 2014

Amazon rolls out 'Netflix-for-books' style service

Amazon rolls out service that gives users unlimited reading, listening on Kindle devices

Jul 18, 2014

VIDEO: Algoma Harvester ‘next generation’ of cargo vessels

A new ship has unloaded the largest cargo to ever land at the Hamilton Port Authority.

Hamilton Spectator | 1 Comment | by Steve Arnold
Jul 17, 2014

Shoppers Drug Mart president out, Galen Weston in, as Loblaw shakes up management

Galen Weston will become president of Loblaw immediately, while Domenic Pilla will exit his role as president of Shoppers by...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Francine Kopun
Jul 17, 2014

Loblaws shakes up management

BRAMPTON — Brampton-based Loblaw Companies Ltd. says Galen Weston will become president of the retailer as part of broader...

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