CBC - Business Most Airbnb hosts not registered in Quebec, 1 year after law took effect 2017-05-28T12:52:03.000000000-04:00 The majority of Quebecers who list their properties on Airbnb and other home rental websites are not registering with the province, just over a year since it implemented a law regulating them, new data suggests. Homeland Security chief mulling greatly expanded airplane laptop ban 2017-05-28T12:50:33.000000000-04:00 Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly says he's considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins of all international flights to and from the United States. GM's emissions scandal and dangerous avocados: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet 2017-05-28T05:00:00.000000000-04:00 Miss something this week? Here's the consumer news you need to know. People with serious food allergies want impostors to stop faking it in restaurants 2017-05-28T05:00:00.000000000-04:00 People with serious food allergies want others to stop faking allergies in restaurants. They worry the tall tales may compel kitchen staff to stop taking any claim seriously. Canadian teenagers smarter than most about money, OECD finds 2017-05-28T05:00:00.000000000-04:00 Canadian teenagers are more financially literate than most people their age in other rich countries, but more than one in eight still fails to meet what the OECD considers a baseline level of proficiency in the topic. Broker, agent who worked with subsidiary of Home Capital disciplined 2017-05-26T18:12:20.000000000-04:00 An Ontario regulator says it has imposed disciplinary actions against a mortgage broker and agent who worked with Home Trust Co., a subsidiary of Home Capital Group, over their handling of mortgages. Nortel Canada to start paying billions to creditors 2017-05-26T13:27:20.000000000-04:00 Nortel Canada's long-suffering creditors will finally begin to receive their share of more than $4 billion US to be distributed under a plan approved in January, eight years after the former technology titan began bankruptcy proceedings. Ford's ex-CEO leaves company with $51.1M US 2017-05-26T12:10:37.000000000-04:00 Ford's former CEO Mark Fields is leaving the company with an estimated $51.1 million in cash, stock awards and pension benefits. Rising program expenses propel fed 2016-17 deficit to $21.8B: preliminary estimate 2017-05-26T11:43:13.000000000-04:00 A $21.7-billion surge in federal program expenses was almost entirely responsible for the government's expected 2016-17 deficit, according to a preliminary analysis of Ottawa's books. U.S. GDP reading for start of year revised upward, but still weak 2017-05-26T11:08:41.000000000-04:00 The U.S. economy started 2017 out with a whimper, but it wasn't quite as weak as first thought. The government revised up its January-March growth reading to a rate of 1.2 per cent — better than an earlier estimate of 0.7 per cent but well below President Donald Trump's ambitious growth targets.