CBJ News

Korean Air Rage

CBJ — Korean Air Lines has suspended one of its chairman’s daughters from her marketing work after she threw a tantrum at a business meeting. The police are now investigating whether [...]

Zuckerberg at Senate Hearing

CBJ — Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will likely be on the defensive as U.S. lawmakers on a Senate Committee look to regulate internet-based companies. However, it’s unlikely new laws [...]

Russian Ruble Down after U.S. Sanctions

CBJ — The ruble continues its downward spiral as a followup to the United States imposing new sanctions against Russia. The sanctions introduced last week targets a number of influential [...]

Theranos Founder Holmes Facing Fraud Charges

CBJ — Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes is facing fraud charges brought against her and her company by the Securities and Exchange Commission. The company’s former president Sunny [...]

PEI Budget

The Prince Edward Island government has tabled its second consecutive balanced budget. It comes at a time when there is rampant speculation that a snap election may be in the offing, even [...]

Air France Cancels Flights

CBJ — Air France says a quarter of its long-haul flights from and to Paris will be cancelled on Saturday during a daylong strike over pay. About 35% of its medium-haul flights arriving and [...]

Trade Deficit Rises

CBJ — The country’s trade deficit rose to $2.69 billion in February from $1.94 billion in January as imports grew much faster than exports. The figures released by Statistics Canada [...]

Facebook is Revising Privacy Policies

CBJ — Facebook is revising the written policies that people agree to when they use the social network, adding language about the protection of personal data as it prepares to comply with a [...]

Chinese Tariffs on U.S. Soybeans Will Cause Global Upheaval

CBJ — Canada’s soybean producers believe China’s expanded list of tariffs to be applied on U.S. products will cause global disruptions and lots of uncertainty. China retaliated [...]

EU Jobless Rate Lowest Since 2008

CBJ — Europe’s economic recovery is rolling ahead, driving down unemployment to the lowest in nearly a decade. But lagging inflation means the European Central Bank will be in no [...]

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