A B.C. woman has been fined $500 for renting out a garden shed to a homeless couple and their three dogs.
A power cord that ran from the woman’s house in Kelowna, B.C., supplied electricity to the small metal building, for which she was charging r
Monetary policy remains in the hands of money-printing Keynesians like Ben Bernanke, while Americans were forced to choose between the two Keynesian presidential candidates – Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Yet in China, policy-makers have begun welcom
Standard & Poor's cut Greece's sovereign long-term foreign currency credit rating to "selective default" from an already low "CCC" rating.
Last week Greece and its international lenders reached a deal to lower the country's debt burden, which incl
Standard & Poor's cut its credit rating for troubled Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena -- the world's oldest surviving lender -- to speculative-grade status of BB+ from BBB-. The ratings agency said it was also placing the bank on negative outlo
stocks gained on Thursday as optimism U.S. political leaders may
avert a fiscal crisis fed demand for riskier assets, driving
Brazilian stocks to their highest one-day gain since
After 2 days of divisive talks, leaders from 27 European Union nations failed to reach an agreement on their trillion-dollar budget. The leaders met in Brussels to try to hammer out a strategic 7-year budget that aims to spur economic activity in Eur
Scientist Matt Ridley spoke on the parallels between the work of Adam Smith and Charles Darwin, as both markets and evolution are very similar examples of experimental processes that improve our standing in the world we inhabit.