1,200 part-time Hamilton city employees now on hiatus, leaf and yard waste collection to resume

It’s not officially being called a layoff, but Hamilton Mayor Fred Eisenberger says the scheduling of 1,200 non-essential, part-time employees is being discontinued until further notice. Eisenberger made the announcement as part of an Emergency Operations Centre update on Friday

Ford's three-part unsecured debt offering worth $8 billion: IFR

(Reuters) – Ford Motor Co (F.N) will launch a three-part unsecured debt offering of $8 billion, yielding up to 9.6% on the 10-year loan, capital markets intelligence provider International Financing Review reported on Friday. Ford said earlier in the day

Belgium's traveller community adjusts to lockdown

Pont-a-Celles, Belgium (Reuters) – With travelling the roads a way of life for the Sinti community, Belgian Etienne Charpentier and his family say that having their freedom restricted due to the coronavirus epidemic is hitting them especially hard. “Life is

Super-charged global stocks race towards second weekly gain

LONDON (Reuters) – World stock markets made a super-charged sprint towards a second straight week of gains on Friday after President Donald Trump laid out plans to gradually reopen the coronavirus-hit U.S. economy following similar moves elsewhere. The bulls were