Need more room to type those deep thoughts? Twitter is testing a 280-character limit for tweets, doubling the current length restriction that’s been in place since the company’s founding 11 years ago.
Apple confirmed that its new Apple Watch Series 3 can encounter problems connecting to a cellular network. The problems arise when the watch joins unauthenticated Wi-Fi networks without connectivity.
Canadian fashion retailer Roots Corp. is launching an initial public offering of its shares.
Apple’s faithful fans and investors won’t have to wait much longer to see what the iPhone maker has in store next.
Bombardier says it has to restore its credibility as a rail transportation leader after being shut out of a US$3.2-billion contract to supply subway cars in New York City because of past delivery delays.
Robo-adviser Wealthsimple has launched a new investment portfolio for observant Muslims, a move the company says builds off its success targeting smaller, underserviced groups of investors.
Maple Leaf Foods Inc. (TSX:MFI) says it will look to raise prices in the third quarter to offset rising raw material costs in its prepared meats business.
Sears Canada is facing a social media campaign calling for a boycott after the company said it planned on paying millions in bonuses to keep executives on board during restructuring, despite not offering severance to laid-off workers.
Company says it will go electric by 2019, but that doesn't mean the end of its internal combustion engines.
Facebook is reaching another milestone, announcing that it now has more than 2 billion users.
TORONTO — Sears Canada says it is seeking court protection from its creditors in order to restructure its business.
Sears Canada’s stock plunged more than 20% Wednesday following a report that it’s preparing to seek court protection from creditors.
Royal Bank of Canada says it is cutting 450 jobs, primarily from its head office locations in the Greater Toronto Area as it tries to revamp its business in light of shifting client preferences.
Verizon has taken over Yahoo, completing a US$4.5 billion deal that will usher in a new management team to attempt to wring more advertising revenue from one of the Internet’s best-known brands.
Toyota Motor Corp. is working on a “flying car.”
The International Monetary Fund is warning about the risks to the Canadian economy due to a possible correction in the housing market and urged governments to do more to protect against them.
Kellogg Co. is shuttering distribution centres around the nation and cutting more than 1,000 workers, as it follows through with a cost-cutting plan amid falling sales.