CBC - Business Trump's busy 'Day 1' takes Wall Street for a ride 2017-01-23T22:06:43.000000Z North American financial markets lost ground during President Donald Trump's first full weekday in office, as the new U.S. administration signalled that it's serious about upending the economic status quo. NAFTA talks to begin within 30 days, White House says as Trump pulls U.S. out of TPP 2017-01-23T15:24:43.000000Z The new U.S. president made good on one of his campaign promises Monday, formally withdrawing the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership free-trade deal, and signalling his intention to renegotiate NAFTA 'at the appropriate time.' IPhone-maker Foxconn mulling U.S. factory for displays 2017-01-23T14:18:37.000000Z Foxconn, the world's largest contract electronics maker, is considering setting up a display-making plant in the United States in an investment that would exceed $7 billion US, company chairman and chief executive Terry Gou said on Sunday. 'It could go on ... forever': Chronicle Herald strike hits 1-year mark 2017-01-23T11:00:00.000000Z Last Jan. 23, 61 journalists with the Halifax Chronicle Herald walked off the job. Today, one year later, 55 remain on the picket lines. How long can the strike go on? And what lessons are there to be learned from the bitter history of Nova Scotia’s longest strike more than three decades ago? Understanding why Alberta farmers loathe the carbon tax 2017-01-23T10:00:00.000000Z Farmers rely heavily on the weather to grow food, but they are resoundingly opposed to the key government policy to help the environment — a carbon tax. Marijuana business expands beyond smoke and rolling papers: Don Pittis 2017-01-23T10:00:00.000000Z With new Canadian rules on cannabis legalization just around the corner, money is pouring into an increasingly complex marijuana sector. Is it a sound investment or market euphoria? Samsung blames Galaxy Note 7 smartphone fires on battery design, manufacturing 2017-01-23T01:25:36.000000Z Samsung Electronics Co. says problems with the design and manufacturing of batteries in its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones caused them to overheat and burst into fire. Non-browning apple coming to U.S. next month but Canada will have to wait 2017-01-22T16:00:00.000000Z The genetically modified non-browning apple a B.C. man has been developing for more than two decades will finally end up on some U.S. produce shelves next month. But Canada will have to wait to take its bite. Tax scams and testing 'the Trump effect': CBC Marketplace's consumer cheat sheet 2017-01-22T14:00:00.000000Z If you've been too busy this week to keep up with health and consumer news, CBC's Marketplace is here to help. How to fight back against rising bank fees on chequing accounts 2017-01-22T10:00:00.000000Z Canada’s big banks continue to hike personal bank fees. Many banks are also making it more difficult to avoid one of the largest and most irritating fees — that pesky chequing account charge.