Named in the Panama Papers? Don't expect any sympathy from the tax man
Canadians implicated in the Panama Papers shouldn't expect any leniency from the tax man at this point, the Canada Revenue Agency says.Web streaming service Shomi to shut down as of Nov. 30
Video streaming service Shomi announced Monday it will shut down at the end of November, two years after it launched.Liberals consider ending costly Canada Savings Bond program
Finance Minister Bill Morneau is seriously considering an end to the Canada Savings Bond program in his next federal budget, according to sources who spoke to Radio-Canada.North American stock markets retreat ahead of U.S. presidential debate
Investors expressed some nervousness ahead of the first U.S. presidential debate, as all major North American stock markets ended the day lower.Round 2 of Canadian auto talks begin between Unifor and Fiat Chrysler
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles went on the hot seat Monday as it sat down to negotiate a new contract with the 9,750 members of its Canadian unionized workforce.Wells Fargo faces shareholder class action suit after shoddy sales practices
A shareholder class action lawsuit was filed against Wells Fargo & Co on Monday that alleged the firm misled investors about its financial performance and the success of its sales practices.