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Trump pardons Michael Flynn, former national security advisor who admitted lying to FBI
Salesforce is in talks to buy Slack, deal could be announced next week
After market's November surge, there may be less of a chance for a big 'Santa rally'
Disney increases layoffs to 32,000 workers as coronavirus batters its theme park business
Joe Biden considers Roger Ferguson to lead National Economic Council, Gary Gensler for Deputy Treasury Secretary
Amazon Web Services outage causes issues for Roku, Adobe
Dow pulls back more than 150 points after reaching 30,000 milestone
Tree pods and beach bedrooms: Social distancing in the Maldives
Fed weighed adjusting bond purchases to provide more help to economy 'fairly soon,' minutes show
‘We should be substantially back to normal' by summer 2021, says Operation Warp Speed's chief science advisor
Thanksgiving is usually a $250 million box office haul. This weekend it will be hard to reach $20 million
Gold to $2,500: Two ETF analysts break down Citi's bullish call for 2021
The CDC is expected to shorten Covid quarantine time, something most everyone seems to agree on
Pentagon sees uptick in coronavirus cases in military as major holidays approach
Why 2020's best Black Friday deals may have already happened: CNBC After Hours
Nissan is trying to bounce back from turmoil and losses
DOJ appeals ruling that kept Trump as defendant in E. Jean Carroll rape claim case
Trump lawyer details far-fetched strategy to reverse Pennsylvania win for Biden
Biden team meets with former U.S. media agency leaders, including some ousted by Trump appointee
Cornish hens and restaurant meals: What Thanksgiving looks like in a pandemic
Goldman Sachs bankers are using flying drones to help clinch billion-dollar M&A deals
'It's been crazy' - Maker of ultra-cold freezers sees surge in demand to store Covid vaccines
Jewelry sales staging a holiday comeback as shoppers look to add sparkle to challenging year
New York Gov. Cuomo says 'states are broke' and need federal funding to distribute Covid vaccine
Delta pilots approve cost-cutting measures to avoid furloughs until 2022
Josh Brown says money can buy happiness if you invest right. Here's how you need to build your portfolio
Another Trump campaign advisor tests positive for coronavirus, as Giuliani heads to Gettysburg
Weekly jobless claims higher than expected as labor market takes hit from rising Covid cases
Another record low mortgage rate just caused demand to jump for both refinances and home purchases
14 million workers face losing unemployment benefits at the end of December

CBC Business

Bitcoin outshines gold, hitting new high, but can it last?
Imperial Oil to lay off 200 workers following cost-cutting analysis
U.S. oil giant Exxon Mobil cutting up to 300 jobs in Canada
Crude oil shipments by rail bounced back from summer lows, energy regulator says
Terry Fox favoured to appear on new $5 bill, survey suggests
Enbridge sues Michigan over Line 5 pipeline shutdown order
Small retailers push back against lockdown policy that favours big-box stores
Cirque du Soleil emerges from bankruptcy protection with sale to creditors
Bertelsmann to pay $2.2B for Simon & Schuster in U.S. publishing play
Victims' families tell MPs Boeing 737 Max should stay grounded for now
Golfing in winter? K-W courses bring idea to the fore
International travellers may need COVID-19 vaccines before they can board some airlines
Fossil fuels to decline but remain big player in Canada's energy use by 2050: report
Corona and Stella Artois to say 'made in London, Ont.'
As U.S., U.K. plan to roll out vaccines in December, Canada largely silent on distribution
Despite court order, landlords still trying to reclaim luxury homes turned into illegal rooming houses
Nav Canada studying cutting air traffic controllers at 7 towers across Canada
GM to recall about 7 million pickups, SUVs for faulty air bag inflators
CRA warns 213,000 Canadians that they might have to pay back CERB overpayments
Indigenous man and granddaughter handcuffed at Vancouver bank file human rights complaint against BMO, police

WSJ Market News

Stocks Pause After Dow's 30000 Milestone
Justice Department Clears Intuit to Buy Credit Karma
Salesforce Is in Talks to Acquire Slack Technologies
Go Ahead, Buy a Patio Heater. Propane Is Cheap.
Covid Won't Steal Christmas
Fiduciary Regulation for Retirement Plans Is Now in Limbo
Can RadioShack Be the Right Type of Retro?
Gap, Deere, HP, Dell: What to Watch When the Market Opens Today
Dow's Milestone Heralds Broader Stock Rally
The Stock Market Keeps Rising, but Millennials Aren't Reaping the Benefits
Big Oil's Lessons for the New Green Supermajors
Regulatory Pressure Mounts on Coal Miner that Rattled China's Bond Market
Behind Dow 30000: A Self-Perpetuating Upward Spiral
Dow 30000 and the Problem With Long-Term Capitalism
JD Health IPO Adds to Hale and Hearty Hong Kong Market
EU Official Raises Vetting Concerns Over BlackRock Contract
Gig Workers Could Be Paid Partially in Stock Under SEC Proposal
Inside Tuesday's Historic Dow Move
Dow Jones Industrial Average Crosses 30000 for First Time
Why Does the Dow Jones Industrial Average Matter? Everything You Need to Know

WSJ U.S. Business

Salesforce Is in Talks to Acquire Slack Technologies
Exxon Documents Reveal More Pessimistic Outlook for Oil Prices
Ahead of Black Friday, Retailers Race to Navigate Surge in Covid-19 Cases
Walmart, Grocers Can Avoid New Mexico Shutdowns With Covid-19 Testing
HBO Max Hopes 'Flight Attendant' Will Land Viewers
U.S. Consumer Spending Grows for Sixth Straight Month
U.S. Unemployment Claims Rose to 778,000 Last Week
Fed Signals New Guidance Coming on Asset-Purchase Program
Politics Isn't Janet Yellen's Forte, but It's What She's In for Now
Global Trade Stages Rapid Recovery
Facebook's Latest Error Shakes Advertisers' Confidence
TikTok Granted Extension on Divestiture Order
Penguin Random House Parent to Buy Simon & Schuster From ViacomCBS
Delta, Pilots Strike Deal to Save Jobs
Amazon Web Services Hit by Outage
Deere Expects More Machinery Sales as Crop Prices Rise
In Singapore, Bargains for Luxury Homes Are Few and Far Between
GE Appliances Turns Up the Speed on Supply-Chain Upgrade
J.Crew Changes CEOs for Third Time in Three Years

WSJ Opinion

Hindu Nationalists' Crazy Crackdown on 'Love Jihad'
Justice for Michael Flynn
The Desolate Wilderness
And the Fair Land
Media Hysteria Is the Trump Show
Too Much Caution Is Killing Covid Patients
Covid Lockdown at the North Pole
A Pardon for General Flynn
Biden's Foreign-Policy Team Takes Shape
GM Drives in Political Reverse
Thanksgiving and the American Character
A Progressive Assault on Selective High Schools
Blessings in a Hard Year
It's Thanksgiving, as Luck Would Have It

WSJ World News

James D. Wolfensohn, Ex-World Bank Chief, Dies at Age 86
Maradona's Death Prompts Outpouring of Grief in Argentina, World
Ethiopian Forces Surround Tigray's Capital as a Decisive Battle Looms
Saudi Women's Rights Activist Championed in the West to Face Terrorism Charges
China Drugmakers Face Pressure to Prove Their Covid-19 Vaccines Work
Lessons From Europe's Covid Surge: Control Is Fragile and Losing It Is Easy

BBC Business

Coronavirus: Shanghai rises to become world's most connected city
Covid-19 could 'cut pay by £1,200 a year by 2025' - think tank
Rishi Sunak warns 'economic emergency has only just begun'
Australia's biggest telco fined over indigenous contracts
Spending Review: Rishi Sunak 'hasn't gone far enough'
Spending Review: Unemployed predicted to rise to 2.6 million
Why don't Facebook and Apple like each other?
US-China trade war: Trump gives one last twist
Coronavirus: Second-hand car website becomes latest 'unicorn'
Elon Musk becomes world's second richest person
Amazon sorry for Sidewalk 'confusion'
UK car industry warns of £55bn no-deal Brexit hit
Coronavirus: Retail workers 'scared' as cases surge
Janet Yellen: Biden to pick 'first female treasury secretary'
Covid-19: World's top latex glove maker shuts factories
Most Black Friday products 'were same price or cheaper' beforehand
Pets at Home says pets have been 'a lifesaver' during lockdown
Covid: Vaccination will be required to fly, says Qantas chief
Huawei ban: UK networks breaking new law face big fines
Dating coach Sami Wunder reveals dilemma when starting out
New aircraft spy opportunities amid aerospace woes
Fur industry faces uncertain future due to Covid
'Thanksgiving To Go': Americans splash out on takeaways
The film crews being directed from a continent away
'I was a stage manager and now I'm a bike mechanic'
Wands revive memories of the smart home dream
Covid: Can we rescue the office Christmas party this year?
Have female CEOs coped better with Covid than men?
BBC World News business headlines
Coronavirus: French lockdown highlights small business struggles

Financial Post

Big Six in solid financial shape, but pandemic pain to linger: analysts
Federal competition watchdog voices 'concern' over big grocers' removal of $2 hourly bonus
Cheese giant enters standoff with Canadian supermarkets over fines as pandemic supply challenges mount
Misconceptions and truths about the COVID vaccines now hitting the headlines - podcast
One third of Canadians financially unprepared for pandemic
Banking watchdog in no hurry to end ban on dividend hikes and share buybacks
'Triple black swan' event to push Alberta's budget deficit to $21.3B this year, with 100,000 unemployed
Holidays in lockdown: Restaurateurs and shopkeepers face an impossible situation
Suncor taking over day-to-day operations at Syncrude in bid to cut $300 million in costs
Loblaw testing autonomous grocery vehicles in bid to conquer supply chain's 'middle mile'
E-commerce may not be enough to save small retailers from being decimated during curtailed holiday season
How Windsor and Niagara Falls are coping with border closures
Loblaw and Gatik to deploy Canada's first self-driving delivery fleet
There's a better way to become a leader in electric vehicles than throwing cash at old automakers
Kitchen existential: How restaurants are getting innovative to survive pandemic
Follow the money: These are the stocks Canada's biggest investment funds have been betting on
Upstart bank Wealth One aiming for profitability amid trying times for Canada and China
Ag minister calls grocers' treatment of food producers 'a big disappointment'
Black Friday blues: One in 7 Canadians say they won't do any holiday shopping this year
AIMCo chief to leave early as fund positions for 'pivotal' challenges
Ruling in Cameco tax case tied to sale of Russian uranium puts billions at stake, CRA says
Canada could be stuck with holdovers from Trump for a long time - podcast
TC Energy 'repositioning' KXL with stakes from Indigenous groups
Heinz bringing ketchup production back to Canada with Quebec plant expansion
Canadian households and businesses sitting on $170 billion excess cash hoard: CIBC
A $100B opportunity: Alberta could emerge as Canada's first hydrogen energy hub, report says
New Asia-Pacific pact brings Canada's trade myopia into focus
Currency wars have been missing during this crisis, but it only takes a spark
Cambridge Club, where Bay Street elite gather to sweat, drink and deal, facing extinction
Trump can do a lot of damage on his way out the door: David Frum

FT

Europe's finance sector hits ‘peak uncertainty' over Brexit
Why a private league is a ‘dangerous game' for Europe's football elites
Coronavirus latest: California and Texas smash daily Covid case records
Donald Trump pardons ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn
Aberdeen Standard targets women-led hedge funds with new strategy
Doubts raised over AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine data
What Mrs Watanabe can tell us about how to handle low returns
Chinese tech companies write off India
Takeaways from 30 years of covering the Japanese market
Spanish banks seek firmer footing with round of mergers
Indonesia woos US private equity for new sovereign wealth fund
Salesforce in talks to buy Slack in huge cloud software deal
Hong Kong's independent judiciary braced for Beijing onslaught
Football world mourns death of Argentine legend Diego Maradona
Default concerns drive up borrowing costs for Chinese state companies

NY Times Biz

AstraZeneca Faces Difficult Questions About Its Vaccine After Admitting Mistake
U.S. Economy Stumbles as the Coronavirus Spreads Widely
James D. Wolfensohn, Who Led the World Bank for 10 Years, Dies at 86
Virus Cases Rise, but Hazard Pay for Retail Workers Doesn't
As Customers Move Online, So Does the Holiday Shopping Season
Penguin Random House to Buy Simon & Schuster
In a Year of No Trade Fairs, Germany Takes It Hard
‘Thumb-Stopping,' ‘Humaning,' ‘B4H': The Strange Language of Modern Marketing.
Yellen Would Assume Vast Policy Portfolio as Treasury Secretary
How Not to Overspend This Black Friday
Edward P. Lazear, Economist and Presidential Adviser, Dies at 72
Iconic or Sexist? Palm Springs Mulls a Marilyn Monroe Statue
Bill Gates, la Covid-19, et le combat pour vacciner la planète
A Badly Timed Disruption for Wine Sales in the New York Area
Stock Trades by Senator Perdue Said to Have Prompted Justice Dept. Inquiry
Amazon Produce Reviews: What Do They Mean?
Post-Brexit Border Test Leads to 5-Mile Traffic Jam in Southern England
Congress Pays $850,000 to Muslim Aides Targeted in Inquiry Stoked by Trump
See the New York City Holiday Christmas Windows
Covid Combat Fatigue: Doctors and Nurses Are Running on Empty
It's Time for a Digital Detox. (You Know You Need It.)
The Pandemic Is Still Weighing on C.E.O.s' Minds
Unemployment claims jumped last week as coronavirus cases surge nationwide.
The Pandemic Work Diary of a Podcasting Tech Editor
Divvy Homes Says Rent-to-Own Deals Work. Next Year Will Be a Test.
Markets Throw a Welcome Party of Sorts for Biden
Fox News Reaches Settlement With Parents of Seth Rich
Purdue Pharma Pleads Guilty to Role in Opioid Crisis
Despite Challenges, Opportunity Zones Provide Much-Needed Capital
Holiday travel drops, as Americans rethink a comforting ritual.

NY Times Econ

James D. Wolfensohn, Who Led the World Bank for 10 Years, Dies at 86
Edward P. Lazear, Economist and Presidential Adviser, Dies at 72
U.S. Economy Stumbles as the Coronavirus Spreads Widely
Who Will Miss the Coins When They're Gone?
Janet Yellen Has Excelled at Big Jobs. This Will Be the Hardest One Yet.
Janet Yellen Set to Lead Treasury Department Under Biden
As Customers Move Online, So Does the Holiday Shopping Season
Snapshots of Daily Life in a Remote Region of Portugal
Biden Team, Pushing Quick Stimulus Deal, Prepares for Renewed Recession
Mnuchin Cites Principles in Clawing Back Fed Money. Democrats See Politics.
Economic Policy Has Become a Partisan Game. That Could Do Long-Term Harm.
Unemployment Claims Rise as Economic Worries Grow
Mnuchin Plans to End Some Emergency Fed Facilities
Virus Cases Rise, but Hazard Pay for Retail Workers Doesn't
What About Tackling the Causes of Student Debt?
Judy Shelton, Trump Fed Nominee, Fails to Advance to Final Vote
Recession With a Difference: Women Face Special Burden
Biden Calls for Stimulus Ahead of a ‘Dark Winter' for the Country
Global Financial Stability Watchdog Warns That Markets Remain Vulnerable
Airbnb Reveals Falling Revenue, With Travel Hit by Pandemic

Forbes

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