TSX closes up 352 points in strongest day this year
The Toronto stock market soared 352 points on Wednesday, its largest one-day jump this year, after the U.S. Federal Reserve calmed fears on interest rates.U.S. Fed says it can be 'patient' on rate hike
The U.S. Federal Reserve has left its key benchmark interest rate unchanged, but altered its language regarding a rate hike, saying it will be "patient" in determining when to raise rates.Ontario poised for growth as Alberta slows, TD Bank predicts
TD Bank says in a quarterly report that it expects Ontario to lead Canada in economic growth next year as more resource-dependent provinces like Alberta and Saskatchewan slow down.BlackBerry Classic returns to fundamentals
BlackBerry's newest phone, the Classic, was released globally today. Here are four things you can expect from the new smartphone.Apple ordered to hand over documents in Competition Bureau probe
Apple Canada Inc. has been ordered to hand over "relevant" documents to the Competition Bureau related to an investigation into whether Apple uses anti-competitive clauses to push the sale of its iPhones.Can Vladimir Putin survive the falling ruble?
His popularity is secure for the moment, and Russians have been through more devastating currency collapses before. Still, Don Murray asks, how long can Vladimir Putin, the man of prosperity, survive a failing economy?