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  1. En février Les mises en chantier bondissent aux États-Unis 17 mars 2009 - 09h21 http://argent.canoe.com/lca/infos/etatsunis/archives/2009/03/20090317-092136.html Louis-Pierre Côté ARGENT Les mises en chantier résidentielles ont rebondi de façon inattendue aux États-Unis en février, alors qu’elles ont grimpé de 22,2%. Selon le département du Commerce, il s’est mis en chantier 583 000 unités résidentielles à taux annualisé, ce qui est bien mieux que les 450 000 attendues par les économistes de Bloomberg et de Reuters. Il s’agit de la première hausse depuis avril dernier et de la plus forte augmentation depuis janvier 1990. Les statistiques de janvier ont aussi été revues à la hausse, à 477 000 mises en chantier, comparativement à 466 000 antérieurement.
  2. Thomson Reuters office in Old Montreal.
  3. I compiled the list down to a few names... All Canadian companies that excel in each category over other Canadian companies. - Aerospace & Defense: Bombardier - 8th (in that sector) [416th overall] - Banking: RBC - 17th (in that sector) [53rd overall] - Capital Goods: none - Chemicals: Potash of Saskatchewan - 16th (in that sector) [622nd overall] - Conglomerates: none - Construction: SNC-Lavalin - 34th (in that sector) [1063rd overall] - Consumer Durables: Magna International - 30th (in that sector) [922nd overall] - Diversified Financials: Power Corp of Canada - 9th (in that sector) [247th overall] - Food Markets: George Weston - 7th (in that sector) [412th overall] - Food, Drink & Tobacco: Saputo - 54th (in that sector) [1236th overall] - Health Care Equipment & Services: none - Hotels, Restaurants & Leisure: Tim Hortons - 18th (in that sector) [1714th overall] - Household & Personal Products: none - Insurance: Manulife Financial - 8th (in that sector) [112th overall] - Materials: Teck Resources - 17th (in that sector) [364th overall] - Media: Thomson Reuters - 7th (in that sector) [295th overall] - Oil & Gas Operations: Suncor Energy - 21st (in that sector) [159th overall] - Retailing: Shoppers Drug Mart - 30th (in that sector) [810th overall] - Semiconductors: none - Software & Services: CGI Group - 26th (in that sector) [1661st oveall] - Technology Hardware & Equipment: Research In Motion - 11th (in that sector) [384th overall] - Telecommuncations: BCE - 16th (in that sector) [239th overall] - Trading Companies: none - Transportation: Canadian National - 8th (in that sector) [377th overall] - Utilities: TransCanada - 21st (in that sector) [312th overall] All are publicly traded companies All the bold above. Their headquarters are here in Montreal
  4. Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/business/Honda+expands+recall+more+Toyotas+probed/2545016/story.html#ixzz0fArsGWkh Hmm....
  5. Le fournisseur d'information financière a annoncé mercredi des résultats trimestriels en hausse en dépit des turbulences sur les marchés financiers. Pour en lire plus...
  6. Architect Koolhaas sees economic woes blunting excess SEOUL (Reuters Life!) – Architect Rem Koolhaas, renowned for his striking designs and musings on cities, believes the global economic downturn will lead to less ostentatious, more "socially responsible" buildings that better serve the public. The Dutch architect, whose firm designed the gravity-defying CCTV Headquarters in Beijing, Casa de Musica in Portugal and the Seattle Central Library, said more emphasis will now be placed on the efficient use of space during these lean times. "The last 10 years have been noteworthy for the excess in the private sector," Koolhaas told Reuters at the opening of a sleek temporary exhibit hall he and his Office for Metropolitan Architecture designed for fashion house Prada in Seoul. "What we are going to see is a return to the public sector. This is a healthy thing," he said on Wednesday. The Prada Transformer structure, located next to an ancient palace in central Seoul, will open on Saturday with a fashion display. The tetrahedron-shaped steel building, covered in a translucent white skin, is designed to be lifted by cranes and rotated so that it can best use each of its differently designed sides to show movies, host fashion shows or hold art exhibits. Koolhaas said the building provides a bit of lightness -- constructed at a reasonable costs -- that is needed during an economic downturn. Prada would not provide the amount it paid to construct the building. (Editing by Miral Fahmy)
  7. La Presse Canadienne MONTREAL _ La direction de l'agence de presse Reuters a fait circuler un courriel interne, mardi, dans lequel elle annonçait la fermeture immédiate de la salle de rédaction de Montréal, selon les informations obtenues par le quotidien Le Devoir. Le bureau, qui ne comptait plus qu'un seul journaliste, avait subi une première vague de licenciements au début de 2004, à l'époque où Reuters, basée à Londres, connaissait des problèmes de rentabilité. Or la dernière ronde de compressions survient au moment où la compagnie fusionne ses activités avec celles de la canadienne Thomson Corp. La plupart des journalistes canadiens de Reuters travaillent à Toronto, mais l'agence a aussi des correspondants à Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg et Ottawa. Cela signifie que Reuters entend couvrir l'actualité montréalaise avec des journalistes basés ailleurs, précise Le Devoir dans son édition de mercredi. Reuters est la deuxième grande organisation à quitter Montréal depuis un an, l'agence de presse Dow Jones ayant plié bagages en 2007 en laissant aller son correspondant, qui écrivait aussi pour le Wall Street Journal. Ces décisions vont dans le sens inverse de ce qu'a fait une autre agence, Bloomberg, qui a ajouté un correspondant à Montréal. L'équipe des ventes de Reuters, dont les clients sont des établissements qui consomment des données financières, demeure en place. http://argent.canoe.com/lca/infos/quebec/archives/2008/05/20080528-102902.html
  8. La banque d'investissement américaine pourrait bien être la proie de la Korea Development Bank, rapporte l'agence Reuters. Pour en lire plus...