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Huawei pleads not guilty to trade secrets charges in Seattle

Huawei pleads not guilty to trade secrets charges in Seattle

SEATTLE — The Chinese tech giant Huawei pleaded not guilty Thursday to U.S. trade-theft charges in a case that has heightened a trade dispute between the world's two largest economies.
Air Canada resumes flights to northern India as Pakistan plans to re-open airspace

Air Canada resumes flights to northern India as Pakistan plans to re-open airspace

MONTREAL — Air Canada is resuming flights to northern India today after Pakistan announced it would re-open its airspace Friday despite ongoing tensions between the two nuclear powers.

US growth is likely to slow from 2.6 pct. pace last quarter

WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy turned in a solid performance in 2018, boosted in part by tax cuts and higher government spending. But growth slowed by year's end, and most economists envision a weaker outlook for the coming months and probably years.
Air Canada boosts forecast, signs loyalty program partnership deal with American Express

Air Canada boosts forecast, signs loyalty program partnership deal with American Express

MONTREAL — Air Canada has boosted its profit forecast for 2019 while foreseeing fatter margins and heavier free cash flow over the next three years.
Maple Leaf experienced challenging 2018, but sees success in plant-based future

Maple Leaf experienced challenging 2018, but sees success in plant-based future

Maple Leaf Foods Inc. called 2018 a challenging year with essentially flat sales, but one that sets it up for a successful future as it touted itself as a leader in plant-protein products.
Transcontinental Q1 profit down, revenue up after Coveris packaging acquisition

Transcontinental Q1 profit down, revenue up after Coveris packaging acquisition

MONTREAL — Transcontinental Inc. reports it had a lower profit but higher revenues in the first quarter of fiscal 2019, compared with a year earlier before it undertook a major acquisition.
Arbitrator orders Fox to pay $179M in "Bones" profit dispute

Arbitrator orders Fox to pay $179M in "Bones" profit dispute

LOS ANGELES — An arbitrator has ordered 21st Century Fox to pay $179 million in a dispute over profits with the stars of the long-running TV show "Bones," saying Fox executives engaged in "intentional fraud and malice.
FCA invests big in Michigan as analysts question future of Brampton plant

FCA invests big in Michigan as analysts question future of Brampton plant

Canada's auto industry was left on the sidelines in a major spending commitment by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles this week, just as analysts were raising concerns about the future of the company's Brampton, Ont. assembly plant. The US$4.
Plenty of advantages for Canadians who file their taxes before April 30 deadline

Plenty of advantages for Canadians who file their taxes before April 30 deadline

TORONTO — Canadians tend to procrastinate when it comes to completing their tax returns despite some of the advantages of early filings, say tax experts.
Martha Stewart to work with Canopy Growth in developing hemp-based products

Martha Stewart to work with Canopy Growth in developing hemp-based products

SMITH FALLS, Ont. — Canopy Growth Corp. has signed a deal that will see Martha Stewart join the company in an advisory role to help develop a new line of products.
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