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Increases offer to $80 a share in its takeover fight against Dollar Tree
The luxury retailer to give stores in Western Canada, Toronto and Montreal a $300-million facelift that will see overall square footage rise 40%
Two franchises will be owned by an Ontario-based parent company, which will help Canadian coffee chain expand in foreign markets
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Burger King Worldwide Inc agreed to buy Canadian coffee and doughnut chain Tim Hortons Inc in cash and stock to create the third-largest quick service restaurant group with sales of about...
The Brazilian private-equity firm behind the possible takeover of Tim Hortons Inc. has already amassed an impressive list of iconic food and beverage brands
Despite disastrous results, the firing of its Canadian president and a string of apologies, experts say Target’s current predicament hardly warrants a mass retreat in the long game of retail
Three Canadian cities — Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary — have been named as some of the best places to live in the world, according to a report by The Economist
As U.S. retail giant gears up to open its first store outside its home country, president McKibbin knows it will not be an entirely smooth ride and that despite the slow, deliberate rollout, it will still have to hit the ground running
Trumps an offer by Dollar Tree to strengthen its position as the No. 1 U.S. discount retailer
Tim Hortons is introducing a darker blend coffee at restaurants across North America Friday, pushing the boundaries of consumers’ comfort zones
Bombay has 55 furnishings stores and Bowring has 57 housewares stores across Canada, employing about 1,240 people in total. Benix closed its final store in June
Terry Davis, chief executive officer of Home Hardware
Rona shares reached an intraday high of $14.75, helped by a price pop for Canadian companies that might be future targets of U.S. rivals seeking tax relief
Sale to Cominar includes 11 shopping centres as the Caisse’s real estate arm continues to refine its strategy
That a U.S.-based fast-food company is buying Tim Hortons has drawn mixed reactions from Canadians
Dollar store competitors are betting not only on the health of the deep discount retail sector but also on the intractability of poverty in America
The two sides are working on a deal to create a new holding company based in Canada, structured as a so-called tax inversion
Second-quarter same-store sales rise 5.8 per cent
At a dinner McDonald’s hosted for reporters and bloggers, waiters served cuisine prepared by celebrity chefs using ingredients from the chain’s menu. The evening is part of a campaign by...
World's largest retailer to increase pressure on Canadian competition as consumers shift to e-commerce and lower-cost alternatives
Two big U.S. brands are preparing to fight for a spot in the lucrative Alberta retail market.