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News/Business

Business
A Missouri appeals court on Tuesday that vacated a $72 million US award to an Alabama woman who claimed her use of Johnson & Johnson products that contained ...
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Business
The Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly breached the 23,000-mark for the first time on Tuesday, powered by strong earnings from UnitedHealth Group and Johnson & Johnson. The blue-chip ...
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Business
Supply management: economists love to hate it, and Canadian farmers are loath to give it up. The politically explosive issue emerged yet again Monday as a flashpoint in increasingly ...
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Windsor
Shares in Aphria Inc. dropped more than 13 per cent on Tuesday as the marijuana producer announced a deal to raise $80 million even as questions swirled about ...
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Toronto
Loblaw Companies Ltd. has begun laying off 500 people from offices across the country, even as the company says it plans to add jobs later this year. “As part ...
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Business sentiment still positive, but less than it was in the summer, Bank of Canada survey finds
The Bank of Canada says business sentiment is showing signs of tapering off following the stronger expectations companies held about the future three months ago. However, the central ...
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Canada
Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get the Marketplace newsletter every Friday. ...
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Nunavut Yukon
Samantha Hartley may want corporations to sponsor her wedding, but she has her limits. “I kind of draw the line with any logos on my dress,” she says. ...
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'We're missing out': Canada urgently needs diversity in STEM fields, report says
Ana Sofia Barrows graduated with a degree in medical physics, and the 24-year-old works in the science field. Yet she’s been told, on more than one occasion, that ...
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Business
In economics, as in life, sometimes the obvious answer is wrong. In fact, American economist Richard Thaler won the Nobel this week for a career spent making that very ...
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