TransCanada Corp sued the U.S government in U.S. federal court on Wednesday, alleging President Barack Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline exceeded his power under the U.S. Constitution.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd said it has offered to buy U.S. railroad operator Norfolk Southern Corp to create a transcontinental railroad.
The After the Bell panel discusses the potential for an interest rate hike, the U.S. markets and economy and individual investing.
Former Gov. John Engler, (R-Mich.), on the benefits of the Keystone Pipeline for the U.S.
FNC strategic analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters and Heritage Foundation Economist Steve Moore on the shooting in Canada raising concerns about potential attacks in the U.S.
Former media tycoon Lord Conrad Black on the shooting in Canada and the fight against terrorism.
Rep. Patrick Meehan, (R-Pa.), on the shooting at Canada's Parliament building.
Claman on Call: FBN's Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, the shooting in Canada's Parliament building and AT&T's third-quarter results.
Former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Peter Brookes on the shooting at Canadian Parliament building.
Wal-Mart plans to invest about $500 million to strengthen its Canadian footprint, creating more than 7,500 jobs including retail and construction.
BlackBerry reported a massive quarterly loss due to an inventory write-down and asset impairment charges, and its shares swung in a wide range.
Citigroup urged investors to sell BlackBerry said it sees no strategy to help the smartphone maker 'out of the strategic box it finds itself in.'
Canada's second-biggest bank posted disappointing quarterly profit, while also announcing a 2-for-1 stock split and dividend boost.
National Post editor-at-large Diane Francis makes an argument for a Canada-U.S. merger.
Ottawa reportedly rebuffed efforts by Chinese electronics company Lenovo to acquire BlackBerry due to worries about national security.
The struggling smartphone maker has abandoned plans to sell itself to Canadian investor Prem Watsa for $4.7 billion.
A possible deal for Citizens would represent one of the largest banking deals since the '08 crisis and substantially increase TD's U.S. footprint.
BlackBerry's co-founders said they are considering buying the smartphone maker after a separate take-private offer hit hurdles.
Private-equity firm Cerberus is reportedly among one of at least two distressed investors that has expressed interest in BlackBerry.
The loosely-structured deal was triggered by the smartphone maker's deteriorating business and plunging stock price.