News Corp. could face U.K. charges over phone hacking
British prosecutors say they are considering corporate charges against media baron Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. over the phone hacking fiasco at the now-defunct News of the World tabloid.China's great fall, loonie's swan dive & some mushy math on taxes: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
From fears that China's stock bubble is overinflated, to some new numbers meant to show how overtaxed Canadians are, it was a busy week in the business news. Good thing the CBC's Jacqueline Hansen is here to walk you through the week that was in her video recap.Ottawa spent $5B less than it took in between April and June
The federal government has taken in $5 billion more than it spent since April, the Department of Finance revealed Friday.2 days of gains push oil up 17%, TSX up 3.6%
After a week with wild swings in the values of stocks and commodities, oil futures ended up gaining 17 per cent in two days and the TSX was up 3.6 per cent in the same period.Alberta royalty review: No changes to rates before 2017
The Alberta government will not change royalty rates paid by oil and gas companies before 2017 at the earliest, Energy Minister Marg McCuaig-Boyd says.Ashley Madison CEO Noel Biderman steps down from Toronto company
Noel Biderman has stepped down as CEO of the Toronto-based infidelity website AshleyMadison.com and its parent company. The move comes amid a hacking scandal that is under investigation by police.