Stop the presses! Well, they've largely stopped: Neil Macdonald
"In this environment, too many news organizations are holding back, out of fear," says Marty Baron, the former editor of the Boston Globe, highlighted in the movie Spotlight. Neil Macdonald reports on their dinner conversation.Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says timeline will stay in real time
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey says the social media website's stream of tweets will stay live and in real time, disputing a media report that a change was in the works.McDonald's kale salad secret & Danier Leather's fiscal faux pas: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
From more job cuts at oil companies, to a venerable Canadian retailer falling on tough times, it was another rough week in the business world. The CBC's Jacqueline Hansen recaps the week that was in her weekly video digest.Sky-high Wi-Fi: Canada's airlines roll out more internet
Canadian airlines are working to expand wireless access on their flights to meet demand for the service. But Canada is still catching up to U.S. airlines when it comes to how often passengers can expect to find Wi-Fi on their flights.BlackBerry lays off 200 employees in Waterloo, Ont., and Sunrise, Fla.
BlackBerry is laying off 75 workers in Sunrise, Fla., and 125 employees in Waterloo, Ont., where the company is headquartered. The company has also parted ways with Gary Klassen, creator of BlackBerry Messenger.Unemployment ticks up to 7.2% as Canada lost 5,700 jobs in January
The Canadian economy lost 5,700 jobs in January and the unemployment rate inched up to 7.2 per cent, Statistics Canada reports.