Auto executives pushed back Thursday on the Trump administration’s proposal to dramatically raise tariffs on auto imports from the EU. Industry executives, testifying at the first of a two-day hearing being held by the U.S. Commerce Department, warned against the tariffs. They said new tariffs would hurt U.S. jobs, raise
Traditionally, cost, risk and logistical challenges have discouraged online businesses from selling to or working with customers from anywhere but their home turf. Not anymore. July 18, 2018 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The world of digital business is increasingly a world without borders.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. says service interruptions related to labour negotiations and strike notices caused its net income to decrease 10 per cent in the second quarter despite higher revenues. The Calgary-based railway earned $436 million, compared with $480 million a year earlier. That translated into $3.04 per diluted share
With all the restrictictions and regulations on cannabis marketing and advertising, what’s an entrepreneur to do? July 18, 2018 6 min read Opinions expressed by Green Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Cannabis creatives are thinking outside the stash box. Unlike the languid stereotypical stoner, the 2018 cannapreneur is moving at
In an industry obsessed with making everything bigger, brighter and bolder, WZMH Architects proves that, sometimes, small is the way to go—at least when it comes to the size of an architecture firm. With just 12 partners and 120 employees, WZMH is tiny compared to competitors with thousands of people
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Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales increased 1.4 per cent to $57.1 billion in May. The improvement followed a drop of 1.1 per cent in April. Economists had expected an increase of 0.5 per cent in May, according to those polled by Thomson Reuters Eikon. Derek Holt, vice president, head of
Netflix Inc. plummeted in late trading after posting disappointing subscriber growth in the latest quarter, threatening the run of one of Wall Street’s hottest stocks. Netflix added 5.2 million users in the second quarter — about a million fewer than the company predicted. Its outlook for the current quarter also