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Boy Scouts' money struggles: Is bankruptcy an option?

Boy Scouts' money struggles: Is bankruptcy an option?

NEW YORK — The Boy Scouts of America deflected questions about a report suggesting it is considering seeking bankruptcy protection, though the head of the organization said it is exploring "all options" as it tries to stay afloat while facing sexual

Lease sale in Alaska petroleum reserve draws modest interest

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — A federal sale of oil leases in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska has again drawn a modest response. The Bureau of Land Management on Wednesday received 16 bids on 16 tracts covering 272 square miles (705 sq.

The Latest: Airbnb bashes New Orleans' proposed restrictions

NEW ORLEANS — The Latest on a proposal to ban short-term rentals of non-owner-occupied houses in New Orleans (all times local): 4:30 p.m.

Panama Canal consortium ordered to repay $847M in advances

PANAMA CITY — An international arbitration panel has ruled the Spanish-led consortium that built the expansion of the Panama Canal must repay $847 million in advances it received during the construction project.
UK's May, embattled at home, seeks EU lifeline on Brexit

UK's May, embattled at home, seeks EU lifeline on Brexit

BRUSSELS — In a week of damaging political blows over her handling of both Brexit and her job, British Prime Minister Theresa May insisted Thursday she can still get her European Union divorce agreement approved in Parliament — with a little help fro
Western oil price rally unlikely to last after curtailments begin: expert panel

Western oil price rally unlikely to last after curtailments begin: expert panel

CALGARY — It's unlikely a dramatic improvement in western Canadian oil prices since Alberta announced forced production curtailments two weeks ago will continue after the cuts begin on Jan. 1, a panel of experts agreed Thursday.
DavidsTea Inc. reports $9.1M loss in third quarter, sales up 1.5 per cent

DavidsTea Inc. reports $9.1M loss in third quarter, sales up 1.5 per cent

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Toronto market closes down despite rise in the price of crude oil

Toronto market closes down despite rise in the price of crude oil

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index closed lower Thursday despite a surge in the price of crude oil. Markets were "whipsawed" in a volatile trading session that saw initial optimism about the trade dispute between the U.S.

Western oil price rally unlikely to last after curtailments begin: expert panel

A panel of experts says it's unlikely a dramatic improvement in western Canadian oil prices since Alberta Premier Rachel Notley announced production curtailments on Dec. 2 will continue after the cuts begin on Jan. 1.
SNC-Lavalin cuts 100 jobs as politicians say it is vulnerable to takeover

SNC-Lavalin cuts 100 jobs as politicians say it is vulnerable to takeover

MONTREAL — SNC-Lavalin Inc. is eliminating about 100 positions in Canada at the same time as the Quebec engineering firm is being described by political leaders as being vulnerable to a foreign takeover.
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