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Anti-corruption rules risk to economy: study

Ottawa's anti-corruption rules on suppliers a threat to Canadian economy: study

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Business | Nov 21, 2014

Uber’s legal struggle underscores ‘promise and peril’ of digital age: Tapscott

Digital economy is a positive force but author says he’s ‘torn’ over some of the questions it raises, including whether...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Michael Lewis
Business | Nov 21, 2014
Online giant Uber clashes with offline taxi world

Online giant Uber clashes with offline taxi world

Companies like Uber, airbnb and Netflix illustrate the challenges between existing regulators and new offerings

OurWindsor.Ca | by Vanessa Lu
Canada | Nov 21, 2014

Keystone pipeline delays symbolic of strained Canada-U.S. relations

While Canada-U.S. affairs have always had their ups and downs, the current state of interaction between Ottawa and Washington...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Les Whittington
Business | Nov 21, 2014
Royal Bank pulls out of the Caribbean

Royal Bank pulls out of the Caribbean

‘While regrettably there will be some job losses, it would be premature at this stage to estimate the number of employees...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Lisa Wright
Business | Nov 20, 2014
Rogers plays web card in hockey app dispute

Rogers plays web card in hockey app dispute

Rogers says interactive app was designed for mobile and Internet platforms and is therefore exempt from legislation governing...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Michael Lewis
Business | Nov 20, 2014
Energy board slashes OPG rate request

Energy board slashes OPG rate request

Decision takes aim at utility’s compensation costs

OurWindsor.Ca | by John Spears
Nov 20, 2014

Statscan scrambled to fix jobs error: report

Statistics Canada scrambled to fix an error in its July jobs report, the Wall Street Journal reports, based on an access to...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Dana Flavelle
Nov 20, 2014

Campaign targets labour law loophole

Construction group says law unfair to contractors.

Hamilton Spectator | Add Comment | by Steve Arnold
Nov 20, 2014

Keystone: One more victim of US Senate rules

How the U.S. Senate got its famous filibuster rule that frustrated Keystone

Nov 20, 2014

Stephen Carlisle new head of General Motors Canada

Says top priority is increased sales

Oshawa This Week | Add Comment | by Dana Flavelle
Nov 20, 2014

Drought in Brazil costs you more at Tims, Starbucks

Tim Hortons follows Starbucks, Keurig in hiking coffee prices

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Lisa Wright
Nov 20, 2014

Province's investment-fund industry booming: Study

Sector now employs more than 44,000 people and generates $2.8 billion in tax revenues

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Robert Benzie
Nov 20, 2014

You’re not the only one watching your baby: webcam security alert

Experts have a message for anyone with a webcam, baby monitor or home security camera: change your password now, because...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Eric Andrew-Gee
Nov 20, 2014

Apotex claims Health Canada’s ban on its drugs made in India is ‘unlawful’

Drug maker alleges in a lawsuit that the regulator’s decision to ban the import of drugs produced in Bangalore was...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by David Bruser
Nov 20, 2014

Craft breweries, like Barrie's Flying Monkeys, have to pay to tap into beer market

BARRIE - Much like a little brother at the dinner table, Peter Chiodo is getting tired of elbowing his way in to get a fair...

Barrie Advance | Add Comment | by Janis Ramsay
Nov 20, 2014

Nike nixes tribute shoe plan after Iverson protest

Nike nixes nameless tribute sneaker with No. 3, 76ers colours after Iverson demands answers

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