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  1. CBC, VIA Rail considered for auction block: Documents BY ANDREW MAYEDA, CANWEST NEWS SERVICE JUNE 1, 2009 6:49 PM OTTAWA — The federal Department of Finance has flagged several prominent Crown corporations as "not self-sustaining," including the CBC, VIA Rail and the National Arts Centre, and has identified them as entities that could be sold as part of the government's asset review, newly released documents show. In its fiscal update last November, the government announced that it would launch a review of its Crown assets, including so-called enterprise Crown corporations, rea
  2. du NationalPost Nobody is selling real estate and few are buying it, so how do you value it? The question dominated a panelist discussion that included the leaders of some of the largest real estate companies in the world. The consensus at the 14th annual North American Real Estate Equities conference, put on by CIBC World Markets, is the Canadian market will see little activity in 2009. Pinned down on what Toronto's Scotia Plaza might fetch in today's market, Andrea Stephen, executive vice-president of Cadillac Fairview Corp., said she couldn't answer. "It is difficult becaus
  3. Top Asian team at global business challenge 31 March 2008 NUS' MBA team beat more than 270 Asian teams to emerge the best in the continent at Cerebration 2008, with DBS as principal sponsor. The Competition is an annual global business challenge organized by the NUS Business School. The team finished second overall among the more than 450 participating teams from 200 business schools worldwide. HEC Montreal team emerged the champion, with the London Business School and McGill University completing the final field of four. Now in its fourth year, the competition gives MBA students
  4. Environ 500 travailleurs membres des United Steelworkers accordent un mandat de grève à leur syndicat, qui affirme qu'il sont moins bien rémunérés que les autres mineurs Pour en lire plus...
  5. I had to do some research on manufacturers in Canada and I thought some of you might find this interesting. Companies are ranked by combination of sales and assets. If a Canadian company bought out another, I kept the head office, but if it was bought out internationally it is marked as NONE or if it went bankrupt it is NONE Name 1971 Head Office Head Office Now Distillers Corp Seagrams Montreal NONE Alcan Aluminum Ltd. Montreal London-Montreal International Untilities Edmonton Calgary Massey-Ferguson Ltd. Toronto NONE Geor
  6. Jan. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Smurfit-Stone Container Corp., a maker of cardboard packaging and one of the world’s largest paper recyclers, filed for bankruptcy in the face of falling demand and heavy debt payments. The petition for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, filed today in a U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington, Delaware, listed $5.6 billion in consolidated debt and $7.5 billion in consolidated assets as of Sept. 30. Twenty-four affiliates also sought protection. Smurfit-Stone, based in Chicago is North America’s second- largest maker of corrugated packaging, and has 22,000 employees in the U.S.,
  7. Le New York Times Corp. discuterait avec le milliardaire Carlos Slim Helu, espérant le convaincre d'investir plusieurs centaines de millions de dollars. Pour en lire plus...
  8. Renewable Energy Corp a non seulement obtenu du gouvernement un bon tarif d'électricité, mais surtout l'assurance que sa facture n'augmentera pas de plus que 2,4% par année pendant 20 ans. Pour en lire plus...
  9. Une autre nouvelle pas très importante, mais tout de même intéressante: Le Québec compte six milliardaires 12 septembre 2007 - 08h51 LaPresseAffaires.com Didier Bert Agrandir Paul Desmarais, président de Power Corp. Grossir caratère Grossir caractère Imprimer Imprimer Envoyer Envoyer Six Québécois figurent au classement des milliardaires publié mardi par le magazine Forbes. À eux six, ils accumulent 14,2 G$, soit près du quart du budget annuel du Québec. L’homme le plus riche de la province est Paul Desmarais, le président du comité exécuti
  10. Le numéro un mondial des engrais agricoles a multiplié par cinq son profit au troisième trimestre, dépassant les attentes, mais vise le bas de ses prévisions pour 2008. Pour en lire plus...
  11. Côte revenus, ils ont été en forte hausse en raison de l'acquisition de Putnam par une filiale du holding, la Great-West. Pour en lire plus...
  12. Charlotte in same predicament as Wall Street By IEVA M. AUGSTUMS, AP Business Writer Ieva M. Augstums, CHARLOTTE, N.C. – The financial collapse has hit the city known as Wall Street South. For years, Bank of America Corp. and Wachovia Corp. helped turn Charlotte into a financial powerhouse. Now, the big banks have thrust it into the same predicament as the real Wall Street — the city is losing thousands of jobs and an unquantifiable amount of prestige. Residents who invested heavily in the banks have seen their wealth dissipate and lifestyles change radically. "It's kin
  13. Le numéro un mondial des engrais agricoles engrange des profits records de 905 M$ US au deuxième trimestre, une hausse de 217%. Pour en lire plus...
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