CBC - Business Home Capital terminates CEO Martin Reid 2017-03-27T21:56:50.000000Z Toronto-based Home Capital Group Inc. says it has terminated its president and CEO Martin K. Reid, effective immediately. U.S. stocks mixed as 'Trump trade' runs out of steam 2017-03-27T17:13:50.000000Z The three-month rally in stock markets ran out of a little steam on Monday on worries that the Trump White House may not be able to push through as many changes to business regulations as once thought. Samsung to sell refurbished Galaxy Note 7s after battery fire recall 2017-03-27T16:02:11.000000Z Tech giant Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. said on Monday it plans to sell refurbished versions of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that were pulled from markets due to fire-prone batteries. Uber resumes self-driving cars after accident in Arizona 2017-03-27T15:52:42.000000Z Ride-hailing company Uber has resumed its self-driving car pilot program after an incident in Tempe, Ariz., in which one of its vehicles was rolled on to its side after a collision that wasn't its fault. U.S. economy expected to grow slower than Trump pledges, survey finds 2017-03-27T15:23:40.000000Z U.S. economic growth is expected to accelerate this year and next, yet remain modest, even if President Trump's promised tax cuts and infrastructure spending are implemented, according to a new survey. Tim Hortons & Burger King owner gets 83% of Popeyes shares, enough to take it over 2017-03-27T12:35:41.000000Z Restaurant Brands International Inc. of Oakville, Ont., has received enough shares of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc. to complete its US$1.8-billion friendly takeover of the fast food chain. In a world without work, being busy will be the new status symbol: Don Pittis 2017-03-27T09:00:00.000000Z Forget the golf course and lounge chair, new research suggests being overworked is the new status symbol — and the despair of unemployment could be deadly. Shoppers computer crash and budget zingers: CBC's Marketplace consumer cheat sheet 2017-03-26T13:00:00.000000Z If you've been too busy to follow the consumer news this week, here's our cheat sheet. How to roll up the rim without buying coffee 2017-03-26T09:17:07.000000Z Does buying a coffee for a chance to win a prize feel like the lottery to you? According to the law, the two are similar enough that companies are required to offer a free method of entry in order to avoid being accused of running an illegal lottery. More TV streaming services join U.S. market, leaving Canada far behind 2017-03-26T09:00:00.000000Z YouTube TV will soon join a long list of low-cost streaming options available in the U.S. but not in Canada. This frustrates many Canadians who want to watch their favourite shows without paying big cable bills.