Andrew Kriegler, who helped steer Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce through the 2008 financial crisis, is a leading candidate to succeed Julie Dickson as Canada’s top banking regulator, said a person familiar with the process.
Canadian archeologists this week found the wreck of the HMS Investigator, which was part of an expedition by British explorer Robert McClure and was the first to sail the last portion of the Northwest Passage in the Arctic.
The Canadian writer Alice Munro won the 2013 Nobel Prize in Literature for short stories “characterized by clarity and psychological realism” which the Swedish Academy likened to the work of Anton Chekhov.
Canada’s Ivey business school will adjust its purchasing managers’ index starting next month to smooth seasonal variations that distort underlying trends, and will later double the number and adjust the make-up of respondents it surveys.
Memory-chip designer Rambus Inc.’s conduct before an industry board won’t be reviewed by the U.S. Supreme Court, clearing an obstacle in the company’s decade-long pursuit of patent royalties from semiconductor makers.