Canada’s central bank will probably promote from within to replace Tiff Macklem, who said yesterday he will quit as senior deputy governor seven months after being passed over for the top job, economists said.
Montreal undergraduates may help reshape the Bank of Canada’s monetary policy and give Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke and Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa clues about how to ward off deflation.
Campus Crest Communities Inc., a publicly traded owner of U.S. college housing, made its first international acquisition by buying a Montreal property for conversion into a residential tower for students.
The 93,000 metal hip implants that Johnson & Johnson’s DePuy unit recalled in 2010 had multiple design defects that caused them to fail at a much greater rate than other devices, a biomedical engineering expert told a jury.
Pauline Marois, the political veteran seeking a greater government role in Quebec’s economy, is poised to become premier in next week’s elections and return her separatist party to power for the first time since 2003.