U.S. economy rebounds with 2.3% growth in Q2
The U.S. economy rebounded in the second quarter, with GDP growing by 2.3 per cent, according to the Commerce Department.Energy consultant launches class-action lawsuit against TransAlta
An Alberta electricity consultant has launched a class-action suit against TransAlta and is encouraging commercial and industrial businesses to get involved.Bank customers ticked off with long waits, higher fees
Canadians’ satisfaction with their banks is in decline, with customers saying they have noticed higher fees but less service at their retail branch and on the phone, according to a survey by J.D. Power.Cenovus Energy looking to cut jobs, slash dividends
Cenovus Energy Inc says it's looking to cut between 300 to 400 jobs in the second half of this year, and is chopping its quarterly dividend by 40 per cent.Shell to cut 6,500 jobs to cope with long period of cheap oil
Royal Dutch Shell announced deep cuts to jobs and investment on Thursday as the global energy giant prepares for a prolonged period of low oil prices, expecting to eliminate 6,500 staff and contractor positions this year.Where to travel to get the most bang for your cheap Canadian buck
Canada's sinking loonie is costing Canadians some travel options. Europe is still a possibility. And even though a U.S. trip will be more expensive now than it used to be, it could be even more expensive down the road, some economists say.