Cheap oil, Coke milk & BlackBerry cash: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
From one company's employees trying to boost their own products online, to another trying to buy customers off the old-fashioned way, it was a busy week in business news. The CBC's Jacqueline Hansen gets you caught up in our weekly video recap.Higher exports & more household spending boost Canadian GDP
Canada's gross domestic product expanded at a 2.8 per cent annual pace in the past three months, Statistics Canada said today, much better than expected by economists.Oil price collapse means lower gas prices for motorists
A collapse in world oil prices will mean good news for Canadian motorists heading into the Christmas season, with one petroleum analyst saying gas prices will plummet this weekend.Conrad Black settles lawsuits with Hollinger
Former media giant Hollinger Inc. says it has entered into court approved settlement agreements with Conrad Black and his wife, as well as with Black's onetime business partner David Radler, resolving all claims against each other.Broadcast TV will be extinct by 2030, Netflix CEO says
The current model of TV programming distribution will be broken and non-existent within the next decade and a half, the CEO of streaming media company Netflix says.Oil price decline could lead to global shocks: Don Pittis
Now that oil prices have started to tumble, everyone from oil producers and bankers to home builders and environmentalists is holding their breath to see how far oil prices will fall.