Brands embarrass themselves by trying to capitalize on #TheDress
Nobody was expecting an image of a dress from Tumblr to go viral last night (especially after the internet had already blessed us with a high-speed llama chase,) but brands were at the ready to jump on Twitter and promote their products using #TheDress either way.TFSA tinkering, high fund feeds and inflation: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
From news that high investment fees are robbing you of years of your retirement, to new data suggesting you're going to need every penny you can get your hands on, it was a busy week in business news. Jacqueline Hansen gets you caught up in our weekly video recap.Canadian beef restricted by China over BSE case
China has joined Taiwan, Korea, Peru and Belarus in restricting imports of Canadian beef products because of concern over a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) found in Alberta.Immunovaccine says it's the target of a hoax press release
Halifax-headquartered Immunovaccine Inc. says a press release issued Friday touting a $340 million anthrax and ebola vaccine deal was a hoax.Bombardier CSeries takes off on maiden test flight
Bombardier saw one of its CS300 jets take off from Mirabel airport in Montreal today, the first time the company's larger CSeries plane has taken to the skies.Instalment loans the new high-interest danger for consumers
The second fastest growing type of debt in Canada is a high-interest, subprime, unsecured, short-term loan called an instalment loan. Marketed to people with bad debts and poor credit, instalment loans carry interest rates as high as 59 per cent. But the true cost can be much higher.