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In May, Foxconn Technology Group announced an agreement to buy SMART Technologies’ outstanding shares for a cash payment of $4.50 per common share >
The financial institutions merged operations in November 2014 and has been exceeding targets and increasing capital since >
One of the most charming, charismatic and feared CEOs of recent memory steps down as CEO of Canadian Pacific Railway in June 2017. What’s next for Canada’s largest railway? >
One of the deepest oil routs in memory spelled the end for a long list of oil and gas producers in 2015 >
Read 'em and weep >
"There were no illusions that it wasn’t going to be a rough year. But, emerging from the wreckage, many of Alberta’s biggest companies are stronger – or at least smarter – for it" >
In a year that was all peaks and valleys, who hit the highest highs, and who almost lost it all? >
These are the 250 highest grossing companies in Alberta for 2016 >
Almost every Albertan has an interest in AIMCo's performance, so another amazing year under its belt is a really good thing >
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