<p>PayPal ordered to provide CRA with information about Company accounts </p>

PayPal ordered to provide CRA with information about Company accounts

Nov/16 By

PayPal has been arranged to offer the Canada Revenue Agency with information regarding its business account holders, as taxation officers search for companies that don’t report their income. The business

<p>Canada’s 1 Percent gets another big income Increase </p>

Canada’s 1 Percent gets another big income Increase

Nov/16 By

The highest-paid Canadians captured a larger share of the nation’s total income in 2015, as corporate gains helped boost their earnings. The top 1 percent of earners saw their percentage

Ottawa, Ontario proceed to create peace with little business.  Is it enough?

Ottawa, Ontario proceed to create peace with little business. Is it enough?

Nov/15 By

The Ontario and federal Liberals are discovering that, once lost, the love of small-business owners is hard to win back. But they are trying. Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa declared

<p>Newfoundland and Labrador’s deficit grows amid Reduced offshore oil royalties </p>

Newfoundland and Labrador’s deficit grows amid Reduced offshore oil royalties

Nov/15 By

Newfoundland and Labrador will aim large spending in health, education and by the Crown corporation overseeing the bloated Muskrat Falls job as its deficit mounts. The province is currently anticipating

SMALL CAP SHARE IDEAS: CityFibre steals march on BT

SMALL CAP SHARE IDEAS: CityFibre steals march on BT

Nov/13 By

By John Harrington, Proactive Investors For Thisismoney.co.uk CityFibre Infrastructure Holdings has stolen a march on BT in a David versus Goliath battle over Britain’s fibre network infrastructure. The company, valued

Chemicals giant Ineos buys Lausanne-Sport

Chemicals giant Ineos buys Lausanne-Sport

Nov/12 By

By Daily Mail City & Finance Reporter Oldest club on the Continent to be bought Chemicals firm Ineos is today expected to announce it has bought Swiss football club Lausanne-Sport.

Capita ordered to pay Connaught investors £66million

Capita ordered to pay Connaught investors £66million

Nov/11 By

By Sarah Davidson For Thisismoney.co.uk Investors who lost millions after a series of funds run by Connaught Asset Management collapsed in 2012 are finally set to get some money back. 

Canadian dollar steadies near two-week high versus weaker greenback

Canadian dollar steadies near two-week high versus weaker greenback

Nov/11 By

The Canadian dollar held near a two-week high against its U.S. counterpart on Friday, benefiting from a recent rise in oil prices and a weakening of the greenback this week.

Bakkavor’s £1bn food float is back on

Bakkavor’s £1bn food float is back on

Nov/10 By

Bakkavor is a ready-meals maker, which counts M&S and Waitrose as customers It is understood the group U-turned on its decision after talks with investors The new terms will see