NEW YORK, N.Y. – An ambitious and disciplined identity-theft ring recruited waiters at steakhouses and other high-end New York restaurants to steal diners’ credit-card information, then used it for luxury shopping sprees, authorities said Friday.
TORONTO – Wireless newcomer Mobilicity announced Friday that it has named Stewart Lyons as president to replace CEO Dave Dobbin, who is leaving the company to “pursue other interests.”
WINNIPEG – The more than 800 unionized workers at the Maple Leaf Foods Inc.(TS:MFI) plant in Winnipeg have ratified a new contract with the company.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Drugstore operator Walgreen reported Friday that it paid its president and CEO 36 per cent more in its latest fiscal year than in 2010 as the company’s profit grew 30 per cent.
ATLANTA – Delta Air Lines Inc. says a federal board has upheld results from an election that blocked a union from representing its flight attendants.
PORTLAND, Ore. – H.J. Heinz Co knows that every penny counts in this economy.
WASHINGTON – The Pentagon says it has awarded defence contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. a contract worth up to $7.4 billion to upgrade the systems in the Air Force’s F-22 Raptor fighter jet.
CALGARY – Axia NetMedia Corp. (TSX:AXX) has reported lower net earnings in its fiscal 2012 second-quarter.
CALGARY – AeroMechanical Services Ltd. (TSXV:AMA) said Friday that it has gone to court in a dispute with Sierra Nevada Corp., against which it is claiming close to $4 million in damages.
CALGARY – Tuscany Energy Ltd. (TSXV:TUS) has turned a small profit in the first nine months of 2011, reversing a year-earlier loss.