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Nissan banks on new Rogue small SUV to begin US comeback

Nissan banks on new Rogue small SUV to begin US comeback

DETROIT — There’s a lot riding on the Nissan Rogue, the struggling Japanese automaker’s top-selling vehicle in the hottest part of its second-biggest market, the United States.
BP takes $17.5B hit as pandemic accelerates emissions cuts

BP takes $17.5B hit as pandemic accelerates emissions cuts

LONDON — Energy company BP is writing down its oil and gas assets by as much as $17.
Employee care key to brand reputation during COVID-19, consumer survey finds

Employee care key to brand reputation during COVID-19, consumer survey finds

As the COVID-19 pandemic shut down large parts of the economy and upended the way many companies do business, Canadian consumers were watching, and judging.
Rogers family donating $60M to charities helping those hurt financially

Rogers family donating $60M to charities helping those hurt financially

TORONTO — The Rogers family is making a $60-million donation to various charities across Canada to help those hurt financially by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stephen Poloz named chair at advisory council at Ivey Business School

Stephen Poloz named chair at advisory council at Ivey Business School

LONDON, Ont. — The Ivey Business School at Western University has appointed former Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz as advisory council chair of its Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management.
Saskatchewan Finance Minister Donna Harpauer will present the province's budget

Saskatchewan Finance Minister Donna Harpauer will present the province's budget

REGINA — Saskatchewan Finance Minister Donna Harpauer will present the province's budget today. The government and Opposition NDP have agreed to meet for a 14-day sitting starting June 15, but only some members will be returning to the legislature.
Philippine journalist convicted of libel, given 6-year term

Philippine journalist convicted of libel, given 6-year term

MANILA, Philippines — An award-winning journalist critical of the Philippine president was convicted of libel and sentenced to jail Monday in a decision called a major blow to press freedom in an Asian bastion of democracy.
Canadians cautioned to avoid Zoom after company suspends accounts on China's request

Canadians cautioned to avoid Zoom after company suspends accounts on China's request

The reactions come after Humanitarian China, a group protesting Beijing’s continued censorship of the events around the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown, said their Zoom accounts were suspended after an online commemoration of the crackdown’s anniversary.
Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: May home sales Canadian Real Estate Association expected to release home sales figures for May on Monday.
Longer lines, higher fares and no booze: Flying is about to get more aggravating

Longer lines, higher fares and no booze: Flying is about to get more aggravating

Temperature checks. Bigger lines. Fewer meals. No alcohol. And ultimately, higher prices.