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There must be justice in Sino-Forest case Without it, Canada practically invites more stock market fraud.

RIM on the brink of global shakeup Roughly 2,000 jobs to be eliminated in the next few weeks.

Back to work bill for CP? With millions of dollars of goods awaiting transport, Labour Minister Lisa Raitt is under pressure to end the strike.

From downturn to opportunity Yet another respected Canadian dealmaker sees more M&A for mining thanks to continuing financing shortages.

Oil India looking at ConocoPhillips' oil patch stake State-run explorer Oil India may buy a stake in ConocoPhillips' oil sand assets in Canada.

From soybean to crude A look at the possible effect of commodity-index funds on oil prices.

RBC still fighting lawsuit against Wisconsin school districts Canada’s largest bank disclosed in its quarterly results that a legal battle initiated in 2008 over CDO-related investments has yet to be resolved.

The bank also announced that it has resolved several tax matters, freeing up approximately $130-million previously set aside for potential tax payments.

Spanish banks' balancing act Henry Blodget sees Greek-style bailouts and debt restructurings in graphs of climbing Spanish bond yields. Italy isn't far behind.

It’s a hard stock life Many in-house traders-turned independent fund managers are not as effective as they had expected.

Media magnates rake in the money Leaders of the U.S. media earned big bucks in 2011, even compared to Wall Street payouts.

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