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Apple readying camera-focused Pro iPhones, new iPads, larger MacBook Pro: Bloomberg News

The new hardware will be released in the coming weeks and months, with the new iPhones likely going on sale in September

Why the best solution to sluggish economic growth may be to get used to it: Joe Chidley

Joe Chidley: To fight secular stagnation governments will have to spend, big-time, to create demand, but that might not happen

CIBC profit beats on strength in retail, commercial banking units: Reuters

However, net income at its capital markets business fell 13 per cent to $231 million, hurt by higher provision for credit losses

Trans Mountain construction to restart but prospective bidders staying on the sidelines for now: Geoffrey Morgan

'TMX would clearly fit into (our) mandate but we cannot take on the noise with something like that.'

Fixed-income still drives Teachers’, while future bets look to tech: Barbara Shecter

Another new frontier is cannabis, and new markets in Asia

Son of Aphria co-founder, company linked to unlicensed dispensary site among Ontario cannabis lottery winners - Financial Post:

Son of Aphria co-founder, company linked to unlicensed dispensary site among Ontario cannabis lottery winners Financial Post Company with same address as illegal pot shop CAFE wins provincial go-ahead to open legal store CBC News North Bay cannabis store chos…

Dahua Technology Partners with Pepper to Bring Heightened Security to Its Video IoT Devices - Financial Post:

Dahua Technology Partners with Pepper to Bring Heightened Security to Its Video IoT Devices Financial Post IRVINE, Calif. — Dahua Technology, a world-leading manufacturer of video surveillance products, announced today a strategic partnership with Pepper, an …

Fed saw its July rate cut as insurance for growth and inflation, minutes show: Bloomberg News

Minutes said participants noted that 'trade uncertainty would remain a persistent headwind'

HHS to provide $23 mln to Merck for Ebola vaccine production - Ottawa Citizen:

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) said on Wednesday it will fund the manufacturing of Merck & Co Inc’s investigational Ebola vaccine called V920, in response to the o…

Recession talk is growing. Is it a bad time to invest?: Larysa Harapyn

Richardson GMP portfolio manager Chris Kerlow talks about investment strategy in an economic downturn

Royal Bank of Canada preparing accordingly as global tensions hit businesses, markets: Geoff Zochodne

Canada’s biggest bank says it is tightening its belt amid 'rising geopolitical risks and trade tensions'

‘The American disease’: Canadian companies pouring cash into stock buybacks as backlash grows abroad: Geoff Zochodne

Critics say buybacks suppress wages, drive inequality, decrease investment, hurt competitiveness and destroy economies

ThreatConnect Releases Enhanced Integration with Flashpoint:

ThreatConnect users can access near real-time Finished Intelligence and Technical Data from Flashpoint. ARLINGTON, Va. ThreatConnect, Inc., provider of the industry’s only intelligence-driven security operations platform, is proud to announce its updated inte…

Canadian inflation holds steady in July, giving Bank of Canada one less reason to cut rates: Reuters

Inflation rate held at 2.0 per cent because of lower costs for services, including telecoms, that were offset by higher prices for durable goods

Trump says the U.S. is ‘very far from a recession’ but floats stimulus ideas anyway: Bloomberg News

Trump said he's open to a range of possible actions, including a payroll tax cut or bypassing Congress to reduce taxes by indexing capital gains

Balking at cottage prices, millennials are driving RV sales: Nicholas Sokic

Historically, the Canadian RV market consisted of an older demographic, but around the 2009 recession a new trend emerged

Royal Bank of Canada profit misses on weak equity trading: Reuters

But, interest rate hikes last year benefitted its personal and commercial banking business, where net income rose 10 per cent to $1.66 billion

There’s nothing wrong with a company trying to keep workers happy — and union-free: Howard Levitt

Howard Levitt: It’s understandable that many employers have valid concerns about a union entering their workplace

Better-than-expected manufacturing data to hold up Canada’s Q2 GDP: Analyst: Colin McClelland

But the outlook for manufacturing remains highly susceptible to the ongoing moderation in global growth and elevated trade tensions

Big Six banks brace for ‘challenging’ outlook on prospects of lower interest rates, roiled capital markets: Geoff Zochodne

Weaker economies have also forced the banks to set aside more money for possible loan losses

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