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Pandemic hurts AT&T in 3rd quarter; wireless unit stable

Pandemic hurts AT&T in 3rd quarter; wireless unit stable

NEW YORK — The pandemic continued to hit AT&T through the third quarter as closed theatres , wary U.S. moviegoers and the Hollywood shutdown hurt its WarnerMedia movie and TV business. The Dallas company’s largest division, wireless, was stable.
Coca-Cola recovery continues as it grows leaner in pandemic

Coca-Cola recovery continues as it grows leaner in pandemic

Coca-Cola measured gradual improvement in the third quarter as it focused on emerging leaner from the global pandemic. Revenue fell 9% to $8.7 billion, topping Wall Street expectations of $8.4 billion, according to analysts polled by FactSet.
Law to shield businesses that spread COVID-19 could benefit insurers, limit consumers

Law to shield businesses that spread COVID-19 could benefit insurers, limit consumers

TORONTO — A new bill in Ontario could make it harder for consumers to sue a business that was involved in the transmission of COVID-19, lawyers say.
Sun Life Financial buying majority stake in U.S. investment manager Crescent Capital

Sun Life Financial buying majority stake in U.S. investment manager Crescent Capital

TORONTO — Sun Life Financial Inc. has signed a deal to acquire a majority stake in Crescent Capital Group LP in an agreement worth up to $450 million.
Tim Hortons to test deposit program for returnable coffee cups and packaging

Tim Hortons to test deposit program for returnable coffee cups and packaging

TORONTO — Tim Hortons has signed a deal with TerraCycle's Loop program to test an option that would allow customers to pay a deposit and receive their order in reusable, returnable cups and food packaging.
The Latest: Pandemic straining hospitals in northern Idaho

The Latest: Pandemic straining hospitals in northern Idaho

COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho — Health officials in Idaho say people with COVID-19 in the northern part of the state soon may have to be sent for treatment in Seattle or Portland, Oregon, because the region’s hospitals are nearing capacity.
Le Chateau postpones annual meeting without explanation on eve of gathering

Le Chateau postpones annual meeting without explanation on eve of gathering

MONTREAL — Embattled clothing retailer Le Chateau Inc. pulled the plug on its meeting of shareholders on the eve of the annual gathering.
RioCan's Jonathan Gitlin to succeed Ed Sonshine as CEO next year

RioCan's Jonathan Gitlin to succeed Ed Sonshine as CEO next year

TORONTO — One of Canada’s largest real estate investment trusts has named a successor to its longtime chief executive and founder, at a time when the commercial real estate market is adapting to seismic shifts in demand for bricks-and-mortar retail a

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,230.23, down 43.03 points.) Nevada Copper Corp. (TSX:NCU). Materials. Down 1.5 cents, or 14.29 per cent, to nine cents on 9.
North American stock markets flat as stimulus talks drag on after senate rejection

North American stock markets flat as stimulus talks drag on after senate rejection

TORONTO — North American stock markets were flat midweek as U.S. stimulus negotiations continued without an agreement. "It's just the same old story. It's the stimulus.