business corruption

Blog
Jan 23, 2013
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Canada's mergers and acquisitions in 2012

Mel Watkins
We knew that the takeover of Nexen by CNOOC was big but I at least didn't realize how big it was till I saw the Wall Street Journal's list of the 25 biggest mergers and acquisitions deals in 2012.
Blog
Nov 26, 2012

International trade agreements and corruption in Quebec

Simon Tremblay-Pepin
Bertrand Schepper
CETA would address major issues affecting Québec's future, notably the conditions under which European businesses will be allowed to tender for supplier, service, and construction contracts.
Columnists
May 15, 2012

Banks and the derivatives scam

Those who believe the financial meltdown was a one-off fluke and that lessons have been learned to prevent a re-occurrence, need to think again. Derivatives operations bedevil the world economy today.
Columnists
Oct 20, 2009

Pay bonanza continues for bankers

Banks and securities firms are on track this year to pay their employees a record $140 billion -- an amount that exceeds the peak year of 2007, just before they put the global economy into meltdown.
Columnists
Apr 21, 2009

Corporate elite settles an old score

In demanding wage concessions of up to $19 an hour, auto company executives and the Harper government are hoping to deflect public anger for the economic meltdown onto those who assemble cars.

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