The Globe and Mail - Report on Business

Wednesday, November 2, 2016 5:07:34 PM UTC
U.S. to demand higher American auto content in NAFTA talks, Ross warns
Ex-Trump adviser says Washington is looking for major concessions from Canada, Mexico at bargaining table or it will quit the deal
Why Bell is spending billions to run fibre-optic cable directly to your home
As it races to keep up with rivals' faster Internet speeds in an increasingly tense turf war, BCE-owned Bell is building out its network of the future with fibre optics, and spending billions in the process
Big Tobacco looks for its fix with new technology shift
As vaporizers and e-cigarettes disrupt the industry, Philip Morris CEO Andre Calantzopoulos looks to adopt new technologies
In Florence, Theresa May preaches to the never-converted on Brexit
While Brexit hasn’t happened yet, there is a sense that Britain’s exodus won’t do irreparable harm to the euro zone or the wider EU
Uber should disrupt its business model or risk being driven out of business
London’s decision not to renew Uber’s license is far from the biggest challenge facing the company