CBJ News

Economy Flat in July

CBJ — Economic growth stalled in July as the oil and gas sector pulled back due to a shutdown of some of Newfoundland and Labrador’s offshore production facilities for maintenance. [...]

GM and UAW Still at Loggerheads

CBJ — Detroit-based General Motors and the United Auto Workers plan to continue negotiations as a strike by the union’s members is now in its third week. About 48,000 UAW members on [...]

Canada Post Racks Up $7.5M in Parking Fines

CBJ — For the past few years Crown corporation Canada Post accrues nearly $1 million in annual parking tickets and has doled out about $7.5 million in total. The reason for the large number [...]

500 Hotels in Spain On Verge of Closure

CBJ — It’s believed about 500 hotels in Spain face imminent closure due to the sudden and unexpected collapse of British travel giant Thomas Cook. The head of Spain’s [...]

Trump May Delist Chinese Firms From Markets

CBJ — Unconfirmed reports indicate U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration is considering the possibility of delisting Chinese companies from U.S. stock exchanges. If Trump carries [...]

Future of Auto Retail is Online: Hyundai

CBJ — The President and CEO of Hyundai Canada says the future of car buying is online — but only up to a point. Romano says many consumers still want to walk through a showroom to see [...]

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