Canadian Business News: November 27, 2017

Canadian Business News: November 27, 2017

– Deal-Making in the Cannabis Industry Hits an All-Time High: What It Means for Marijuana Stocks

– Postmedia to close community newspapers in Stratford, London, St. Thomas

– Fuel-laden barge stranded near Bella Bella, BC, help on the way

– Giant Tiger employee suspended amid racial profiling allegations

– Cyber Monday sales poised for record as retail focus turns to online

– Time Inc. Sells Itself to Meredith Corp., Backed by Koch Brothers

– Bitcoin is now within spitting distance of 000. Here are four ways YOU can invest in it

– Take it to the limit: Canada, we have a debt problem

– At the open: TSX falls as energy stocks pull back with oil

– Hudson’s Bay Co says almost two-thirds of shareholders back Rhone investment opposed by activist

– Kirkland’s, Inc. Expected to Earn FY2018 Earnings of .51 Per Share (KIRK)

– Cyber Monday Fitbit offers: £50 off Fitbit Ionic and other great deals

– Responsible investors have burning questions about cannabis

– Global shares dip as investors await Black Friday updates

– Zacks Investment Research Upgrades Algonquin Power & Utilities Corp. (AQN) to “Hold”

– Stocks Ensnare on Price Valuation: Philip Morris International Inc. (NYSE:PM)

– Stratasys launches BioMimics, aims to bolster medical training, cut cadaver costs

– US new-home sales jumped 6.2 per cent in October

– Plains All American Pipeline, LP (PAA)- Delight your Morning with Active Stocks

– Inc (CRM) Shares Bought by Legal & General Group Plc
Canadian Business News: November 27, 2017