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‘Infuriated’ United Airlines pilots blame security officers for dragged passenger

Dr. David Dao dragged on aircraft by O’Hare International Airport security officials on Sunday The Associated Press Posted: Apr 14, 2017 11:09 AM ET Last Updated: Apr 15, 2017 10:47…

BlackBerry awarded $815M in arbitration with Qualcomm over royalty overpayments

BlackBerry awarded $815M in arbitration with Qualcomm over royalty overpayments

BlackBerry said a final award including interest and reasonable legal fees will be issued after a hearing on May 30. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters) BlackBerry Ltd. says it has been awarded $ 814.9…

Ontario premier declares win after New York drops Buy American policy

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne was “pleased” that New York has dropped proposed Buy American provisions from its state budget, but she remained concerned Saturday about U.S. protectionism and uncertainty about…

Provinces to release details of interprovincial free trade deal Friday

Provinces to release details of interprovincial free trade deal Friday

Nearly nine months after Canada’s premiers announced they’d reached an agreement in principle on a new Canada Free Trade Agreement, details on what’s covered and what’s not will finally be revealed in…

Ford recalls 53,000 trucks that can roll away while parked

NEW YORK—Ford is recalling 53,000 2017 F-250 trucks because they can roll away even when they are parked due to a manufacturing error. Ford says drivers should use the parking…

Via Rail youth passes sold out after high demand interrupts sales

Via Rail said early Thursday that all available $ 150 youth passes for unlimited travel across Canada in July had been sold out after the sales were derailed on Wednesday…

Spray-on solar cells could be soon a reality, researchers and company executives hope

Imagine a future when solar cells can be sprayed or printed onto the windows of skyscrapers or atop sports utility vehicles — and at prices potentially far cheaper than today’s…

Canada gets approval to join controversial China-led infrastructure bank

OTTAWA—Canada has been approved to join a controversial new international infrastructure bank led by China. The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank says Canada is among 13 applicants approved for membership in…

Sydney airline grounds 5 planes after propeller drops off

CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA—Five Regional Express Airlines passenger planes had been grounded as a precaution after a near disaster in which a propeller fell off an airliner as it approached Sydney Airport,…

‘This pace cannot last forever’: 2 big banks sound alarm on Toronto house prices

‘This pace cannot last forever’: 2 big banks sound alarm on Toronto house prices

Two big banks are waving red flags about Toronto housing prices, calling them “simply unsustainable” and a “bubble” in separate reports. The Canadian Real Estate Association said this week that…