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Peloton stock derails on report that user growth has hit the brakes
Peloton Interactive Inc.'s chief executive said on Thursday the company was reviewing the size of its workforce and "resetting" production levels, following a report earlier in the day that it was temporarily halting production of connected fitness bikes and treadmills after a significant drop in demand.
Oil producers are flush with cash. Now what will they do with it?
Spending plans are up this year in the oilpatch — but they won't rise near the levels seen earlier in the last decade.
Scientists want Ottawa to scrap carbon capture tax credit
More than 400 Canadian climate scientists and other academics are pleading with Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland to scrap her plan to create a tax credit for companies that build carbon capture and storage facilities.
The shorter work week: An idea whose time has finally come
Canada's inflation rate rises to new 30-year high of 4.8%
Microsoft to buy game giant Activision Blizzard for $68B US
Some Canadian travellers want to know why those entering from the U.S. face less stringent rules
Few signs of labour union resurgence, despite rising prices and worker shortages
Airlines seek end to mandatory COVID-19 testing of vaccinated passengers on arrival
Average house price topped $713,000 in December as supply of homes for sale plunges to lowest on record
Sharing salary information can narrow wage gaps — but studies show more equality can mean less pay
Workers are feeling burnt out. Experts say employers need to listen — and act
Netflix raising prices for standard and premium plans in the U.S. and Canada
U.S. judge orders 'Pharma Bro' Martin Shkreli to pay back $64M, bars him from drug industry
Return of hero pay long overdue, frazzled grocery workers say
Hidden cameras capture deceptive tactics used to sell overpriced HVAC contracts
Federal government now says all truckers crossing border must be fully vaccinated
A 5-letter word for copycat? Here's what you need to know about the puzzling Wordle brouhaha
Billionaire owner of Zara to buy gold-plated Toronto skyscraper for more than $1B
Ottawa is funding COVID-19 PCR tests for hundreds of thousands of travellers. Is it worth it?
We know N95 masks offer better protection. So why aren't more retail workers getting them?
U.S. inflation rises to another 40-year high of 7%