GM workers accept tentative agreement
Unionized workers at General Motors have accepted a new contract with the auto giant. Unifor, which represents the workers, says 64.7 per cent of the members who cast ballots voted in favour of the contract.Waiting for OPEC: changing circumstances and new possibilities — maybe
An informal gathering of OPEC this week is widely expected to produce no substantive changes. So why are oil markets paying so much attention?Our uncomfortable ride with central bankers who can't take us home again: Neil Macdonald
The world's central banks responded to the Great Recession by printing money. Lots of it. The practice drove down interest rates to nearly zero, robbed savers of return on their investments and rewarded those who live beyond their means. Things were supposed to return to normal eventually. Well, don't count on it.Bad news, brunch fans: The Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
Miss something this week? Don't panic. CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need.Man injured by Air Canada trolley frustrated with airline's response
An Ottawa man who says he was injured by a runaway food trolley on an Ottawa-bound Air Canada flight wants the airline to rethink how it handles complaints. He says the process for reporting an injury is the same as reporting lost baggage.Fuel cells set to power up the drone industry
Drones have been used for years by military organizations for intelligence gathering, surveillance, reconnaissance and striking targets. But their widespread use in commercial applications is only just starting to take off thanks to key advances in drone technology.