Global trade deal worth as much as $1 trillion
The World Trade Organization has forged a deal that could add $1 trillion to the world economy. It's aimed at cutting red-tape to help poorer countries sell their goods to wealthier nations.U.S. Supreme Court will decide whether software can be patented
The U.S. Supreme Court agrees to hear a case that will decide whether software can be patented, a huge case that would have monumental impact on intellectual property laws.Flaherty says EI funds won't be used to create budget surplus
Federal finance Minister Jim Flaherty is denying a federal watchdog analysis that says he's using high EI premiums to beef up his expected budget surplus in 2015.McDonald's poutine hitting menus across Canada
McDonald’s is rolling out poutine, a treat formerly found only in its Quebec restaurants, across the rest of Canada.Huge ZeroAccess botnet disrupted by Microsoft
Microsoft Corp says it has disrupted the world's largest network of compromised personal computers, involving 2 million machines used to defraud advertisers out of millions each month.Rampant corruption, massive protests. Is Eastern Europe coming undone?
An epidemic of corruption, cronyism and ultra-right nationalism is provoking huge but often futile public protests across former Soviet-bloc countries, Don Murray writes. In Bulgaria, one anti-corruption revolt kept lawmakers holed up in parliament overnight until police came to their rescue.