Harley-Davidson Inc. on Tuesday trimmed guidance for shipments of its motorcycles in 2019 after worldwide sales in the second quarter slumped, hurt by higher tariff costs as well as weak demand in the United States.
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China strongly opposes U.S. sanctions on a Chinese energy firm accused of violating curbs on Iran's oil sector levied over Tehran's nuclear program, its foreign ministry said on Tuesday.
Investment firm Catalyst Capital Group Inc. wants to buy nearly 15 million Hudson's Bay Co. shares in an effort to oppose a proposal to privatize the retailer.
Although women are making some inroads into skilled trades, just 1 in 10 apprentices are women and most of those are concentrated in female-dominated trades such as hairstylist or esthetician. Experts say that needs to change in order to meet demand for skilled workers.
Canadian engineering giant SNC-Lavalin announced a major organizational change on Monday, one that will see the company possibly get out of the oil and gas business, and stop pursuing a different type of contracting work entirely.
Credit monitoring firm Equifax has agreed to pay up to $700 million in fines and penalties to settle with various U.S. regulatory bodies over the massive data breach that saw the personal information of almost 150 million people stolen in 2017.
Customer Ian McGrath battled Expedia for almost four months to get a refund for a flight he was incorrectly told was cancelled. After CBC News sent an inquiry, Expedia refunded the money but says it's not to blame for the mishap.
Calls for regulating trampoline parks, new airline passenger rights: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet
CBC's Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including new airline passenger rights, why glass dishes can explode unexpectedly and why parasites in your fish are no cause for panic.
Statistics Canada's quarterly report on cannabis prices suggests the cost chasm between legal and illegal versions of the drug is wide, and getting wider.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said Wednesday that "many" Fed officials believe a weakening global economy and rising trade tensions have strengthened the case for looser interest-rate policies.