Category: Business

  • Quebecers can buy their car on Amazon

    Quebecers will soon be able to buy their car on Amazon, the American giant confirmed Newspaper Thursday afternoon. However, we do not know exactly when we will offer this service. • Also read: SMBs are struggling to sell… even on Amazon “Today’s news only affects the United States. We want to expand this shopping experience…

  • Millennials are more likely to spend money on airline tickets despite inflation

    The rising cost of living is causing Canadians to rethink their spending priorities. But that doesn’t mean they’re abandoning all travel plans, especially millennials, according to a recent study. According to FlightHub data collected since early November, Millennials are actually the generation that spends the most money on airline tickets. You would spend an average…

  • Housing construction: “Toward the worst downturn in our history”?

    There were fewer construction sites in October 2023 compared to the previous year, once again plunging Quebec into a significant real estate decline that one expert says could be the worst in the province’s history. “The improvement in housing construction in September (+19%) will therefore have only been an interlude. The downward trend continued in…

  • SMBs are struggling to sell… even on Amazon

    The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) is concerned about the questionable practices of Amazon, which offers Marketplace, a portal that allows independent retailers to sell on the online retail giant’s website. • Also read: Amazon posted a net profit of $10 billion in the third quarter • Also read: Amazon: Employees who don’t want…

  • Now it’s the Caisse’s turn to invest $200 million in Northvolt

    After the $1.37 billion in all kinds of aid from the Quebec government, it is now the turn of the Caisse de dépôt etplacement (CDPQ) to invest $200 million in equity in Northvolt. “The battery value chain is of great interest to CDPQ as not only will it have a positive impact on the energy…

  • Emirates orders 15 Airbus A350-900s after engine dispute over larger jet

    [1/2]The Airbus A350-1000 seen in aerial photo during the media preview of the Singapore Airshow in Singapore, February 13, 2022. Portal/Caroline Chia/File Photo Acquire LICENSE RIGHTS DUBAI, Nov 16 (Portal) – Airbus (AIR.PA) won a consolation order for 15 more A350-900 jets from Emirates on Thursday after a public row between the Middle Eastern giant…

  • S&P 500 futures are little changed as traders hope to build on November rally: Live updates

    5 hours ago Hong Kong markets are cooling off after the previous session’s gains Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index fell 1.81% in Thursday morning trading, shedding more than half of its gains from the previous session. The Hang Seng Tech Index lost 2.34%. Most technology-focused stocks rallied on Wednesday on signs of cooling U.S. inflation,…

  • Walmart (WMT) Q3 2024 Earnings –

    Walmart store with garden products for sale in Atchison, Kansas. Ucg | Universal Images Group | Getty Images Walmart will report its quarterly results on Thursday as the discount retailer generally outperforms its rivals. According to consensus estimates from LSEG, formerly known as Refinitiv, Wall Street expects the following from the retailer: Earnings per share:…

  • Quebec has been accused of failing to adequately study the risks associated with its battery sector

    Despite the influx of billions of dollars of public money into the battery sector, in two years Investissement Québec (IQ) has not produced a significant document on the various risks linked to this strategy dear to the Legault government, which experts denounce. • Also read: Quebec requests a BAPE from Northvolt, which welcomes the news…

  • Palo Alto Networks CEO says demand remains strong despite quarterly weakness in billings

    Nikesh Arora, CEO of Palo Alto Networks, told CNBC’s Jim Cramer that his company is still seeing strong demand for its cybersecurity services despite weaker-than-expected billing forecasts. The company’s share price fell nearly 6% in after-hours trading. In a Wednesday interview with CNBC’s Jim Cramer, Palo Alto Networks CEO Nikesh Arora said demand remains strong…