The Globe and Mail : Business (190)

BHP Billiton to replace two directors in board shake-up

Controversial director Grant King to step down six months after joining the company

RBC kicks off bank results by beating estimates, hiking payout

Net income falls 3 per cent in the third quarter from a year ago. Adjusted to exclude an after-tax gain from last year, the bank's profit rose 5 per cent

Trump warns he may terminate NAFTA treaty

'Personally, I don't think we can make a deal,' U.S. President told a loyal crowd in a campaign-like speech in Phoenix

Premarket: Euro, bond yields rise on buoyant business surveys

Trump warns of government shutdown over Mexico wall; oil slips on surprise U.S. inventory build

How quirky Home Hardware is battling the big-box chains—and winning

The shrewd operator has $6 billion in sales and is outsmarting many of its rivals

Again we see Trump enjoys running for president more than being one

Surrounded by adoring fans, the President rambled, railed and revelled in everything from NAFTA to Charlottesville to the wall, and reminded himself that he is loved, at least in a Phoenix arena

How quirky Home Hardware is battling the big-box chains — and winning

The shrewd operator has $6 billion in sales and is outsmarting many of its rivals

Canadian grill is a hot number overseas

Ontario-based maker of Napoleon barbecues and fireplaces adjusts its recipe for selling around the world

U.S. megadeals spur rebound in Canadian private-equity investment

More capital was invested in Canada in the first two quarters of 2017 than in all of 2016

U.S. lumber industry pushes for tougher duties on Canadian softwood

U.S. industry wants tariffs extended indefinitely

RBC comes out on top in fixed-income industry: report

RBC Dominion Securities Inc. is outpacing its domestic rivals in terms of market share and quality of service, new study says

Even if you don't build pipelines, they will come

Arguing about pipelines defines us as a country – environmentalists and opponents are willing to fight just the idea of a new project or any expansions

Gordon Pape: A little-known 7.4 per cent yielding blue chip ETF that I like a lot

Where can you find some decent income stocks that aren't vulnerable to rising interest rates?

Canadian railways call for more rail capacity despite large grain shipments

CN Rail says more capacity is needed in Vancouver to meet forecasts of increased export demand

Seneca program a pathway to personal financial planner credentials

Canadian Securities Institute to recognize Toronto college's financial planning grads who want to take next step

To drive social change, we must unshackle philanthropic capital

As proponents of social change expand beyond the charitable sector, there is a new imperative: ensuring that funding for social change is accessible to the most promising social ventures

Ryanair interested in bid for all of Air Berlin, CEO says

CEO Michael O'Leary complained that the Air Berlin insolvency process is a stitch-up' to help strengthen Deutsche Lufthansa AG

The close: Dow jumps nearly 200 points as worries over debt ceiling, tax reform ease

TSX gains more modest

Mortgage rule changes are cooling housing market: Morneau

Despite a report urging Ottawa to look at ways of boosting support for first time buyers, the Finance Minister ruled out any new measures along those lines

Ontario tweaks labour reform bill, but no changes to minimum wage phase-in

Business groups say they'll continue to press for amendments

Canada should prepare for life without NAFTA

Without the essential ingredient of common purpose, Canadian trade policy has to look beyond the precipice

Forget finding 'The Answer' to making strong returns, time to buy Enbridge, and scary market signals

A roundup of investment ideas for active investors

ClubLink owner not concerned about Glen Abbey opposition

Rai Sahi says construction wouldn't start for at least, six, seven or eight years"

Sears employees argue last-minute bid for Winnipeg store should be allowed

A Toronto judge will decide if a last-minute bid from one of Canada's largest retail space owners will be allowed to proceed, even though the insolvent retailer already has a deal in place

Chevron CEO John Watson to step down, Mike Wirth likely successor: source

A successor for Watson, 60, who has been the company's chairman and chief executive since 2010, has not been formally approved by the company's board

Some post-secondary students and their parents are about to make a $20,000 mistake

Post-secondary investment is a wise investment – provided you pick the right program

At midday: U.S. stocks zoom higher

Wall Street edges higher, led by technology and materials stocks

Great Wall says it's eyeing Fiat Chrysler but has not held talks

China's largest sport utility vehicle manufacturer made a direct overture to Fiat Chrysler on Monday, with an official saying the company was interested in all or part of FCA

Canadian retail sales growth slows in June, but rate hike still expected

Analysts said the economy's overall tone was still strong enough to warrant another interest rate hike this year

At the open: TSX rises as commodity prices support resource stocks

Wall Street opens higher on bargain hunting

TD Securities picks Dublin for new EU trading hub

Barclays and Bank of America have also settled on the city for their new EU hub

CGI moves to expand in northern Europe with takeover of Affecto

Company is offering the equivalent of $146-million cash for Helsinki-based Affecto

Before the Bell: Five things every Canadian investor needs to know

A rundown of what to expect this trading day and the stocks that'll see action

U.S. homebuilder Toll Brothers' profit beats estimates on strong demand

Luxury homebuilder narrows its full-year revenue forecast

TD Ameritrade launches Facebook chatbot

Chatbot uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to respond to natural language messages from users on Facebook Messenger about their investments and stock prices

Bowing to disgruntled shareholders, BHP to quit U.S. shale

Full-year profit surges at world's largest miner

Oil prices rise on signs of tightening market

U.S. oil inventories data due in next two days

How Morguard CEO Rai Sahi became Canada's $2-billion real estate king

He buys cheap, thinks long-term and doesn't have time for glitzy condo developers.

Air Canada CEO Calin Rovinescu on sky-high profits, bumping and unavoidable delay

Calin Rovinescu has sent Air Canada's stock soaring. Just don't bring up flight delays, overbooking or that near-crash in San Francisco

Premarket: European stocks break three-day losing streak

Euro slips, still at 'risky' highs ahead of Jackson Hole; meeting of policy makers to dominate week

Fewer, smaller mortgages seen in Vancouver after cooling measures enacted

Not only were mortgages smaller, the number of mortgage originations in the city dropped

Petronas considers minority stake in LNG Canada

Malaysian energy giant scrapped its rival B.C. venture, Pacific NorthWest LNG, last month. Now, it's looking to move natural gas from its properties in northeast B.C. to foreign markets

Canada needs to take its green trade to the global market

Global trade in climate-friendly technologies exceeded $250-billion in 2015

Petronas considers acquiring minority stake in LNG Canada

The Malaysian energy giant scrapped its rival B.C. venture, Pacific NorthWest LNG, last month. Now, it's looking to move natural gas from its properties in northeast B.C. to foreign markets

Why this is a golden opportunity to load up on Enbridge shares

The company has been in a slump since the initial euphoria over its $37-billion takeover of Spectra Energy Corp. last September

U.S. imports of German softwood up tenfold as duties weigh on Canada

U.S. imports of softwood from Germany have grown tenfold in the first half of the year as punishing duties pushed imports of Canadian softwood down

Cybersecurity: A growing threat to your stock investment returns

To date, cybersecurity breaches have had relatively little impact on large companies' share value – but that's likely to change

Mixed uses converge at the Junction in Toronto

Castlepoint Numa's vision for a new community on Toronto industrial land went through a lot of challenges and iterations. The developer believes the arduous process has made the project all the better

How the federal government can shape Canada's Development Finance Institution

A fairly strong consensus exists among experts on how best to structure an institution that's been four decades in the making

Dream Office REIT approaches end of restructuring with smaller portfolio, new outlook

After significantly shrinking its portfolio and a challenging restructuring over the past year and a half, Dream Office REIT is looking at ways to adapt to an increasingly competitive commercial real estate landscape