Onex to Acquire WestJet Airlines in $5 Billion Deal
The private equity firm is taking Canada's second largest airline private in an all-cash deal.
Huawei CFO Argues for Halt to Extradition Case
Meng Wanzhou's lawyers said President Trump's comments about the case are evidence it is politically motivated.
Huawei CFO Alleges Illegal Detention in Canada
Legal experts say Meng Wanzhou's suit could be a play to influence the proceedings to extradite her from Canada to face criminal charges in the U.S.
Pot Retailer Green Growth to Bid $2B for Aphria
The combined company would "marry Aphria’s low-cost [cannabis] cultivation and near-term production capacity with Green Growth’s vast retail know-how."
Arrest of Huawei CFO Fans US-China Tensions
Meng Wanzhou, who was arrested in Canada at the request of the United States, is "by birth and position a member of China’s corporate royalty.”
Trade Deficit Jumps to $50 Billion in July
The 9.5% monthly increase in the nominal U.S. trade deficit was the largest in three years.
U.S. Adds Canada to IP ‘Priority Watch List’
The decision reflects Canada's "failure to resolve key longstanding deficiencies in protection and enforcement" of intellectual property.
U.S. Trade Gap Climbs 5% in January to $56.6B
The increase in the trade deficit to a nine-year high "will only add fuel to President Donald Trump’s protectionist rhetoric ," an economist says.
Trump’s Steel Tariff Plan Fuels Trade War Fears
The president promises to rebuild the U.S. steel industry but GOP lawmakers and others fear retaliation from exporting countries.
Team Trump’s Tug-of-War
How will the president’s economic advisers alter the global business prospects of U.S. companies?
CEOs Urge Restraint in NAFTA Renegotiation
A group of top chief executives says the White House should seek to modernize, not overhaul, the trade agreement.