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U.S. Steel is going to court Monday for permission to pay 28 key managers and others more than $2.5 million to stay through its restructuring under...
9 hours ago | Add Comment | Hamilton Spectator

U.S. Steel seeks incentive payouts to retain ‘key employees’

Steve Arnold

A special payday is in store for a select group of U.S. Steel Canada managers.

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Business | 12 hours ago

Green and all-natural highlighted at annual food fest

Major grocery industry convention ends Tuesday at Metro Convention Centre

OurWindsor.Ca | by Lisa Wright
Business | 12 hours ago
CRTC walks away from Netflix confrontation

CRTC walks away from Netflix confrontation

Regulator says it has powers to enforce its orders but decides to carry on television hearings without Netflix data

OurWindsor.Ca | by Michael Lewis
News | 21 hours ago

London hit as XS Cargo to close all stores

About 650 people are out of work as “deep discounter” XS Cargo is going out of business.

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Basketball | 23 hours ago
NBL Commissioner responds to ejection of journalist

Sportonomics: NBL Canada courts top talent and corporate partners

Heading into its fourth season, the National Basketball League of Canada boasts better player but seeks a major sponsor.

OurWindsor.Ca | by Morgan Campbell
News | Sep 29, 2014
Employee retention

Retention, not recruitment, driving Canada’s workforce

DURHAM -- A focus by employers on retention, rather than recruitment, is skewing Canada’s labour force like never before....

DurhamRegion.com | by Chris Hall
Business | Sep 27, 2014
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Resurgent BlackBerry hiring 350 engineers

BlackBerry will hire 350 engineers in the coming months as the smartphone maker focuses on growth after years of layoffs,...

Waterloo Region Record | by Terry Pender
Sep 27, 2014

Manufacturing conference speaks to optimism in the sector

With the closures of large-scale facilities from Ford Talbotville to Kellogg, the perception of many in the public is that...

London Community News | Add Comment | by Sean Meyer
Sep 26, 2014

$115m grant fund for skills training open for business

Federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney announced Friday the $115-million Canada-Ontario Job Grant is accepting applications...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Richard J. Brennan
Sep 26, 2014

FBI chief slams Apple, Google for encrypting data on new phones

James Comey said the decision to encrypt new operating systems by default will make it harder for law enforcement agencies to...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Riley Sparks
Sep 26, 2014

Lego shortage leaves toy stores between a block and a hard place

Popularity of The Lego Movie has led to a spike in demand, and independent retailers are now scrambling for stock ahead of...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Tara Deschamps
Sep 25, 2014

Insurers won’t demand genetic tests

Insurance companies won’t tell prospective customers they need genetic testing — but will expect them to disclose tests...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by John Spears
Sep 25, 2014

CNC systems maker based in Burlington celebrates production milestone, heads into growth mode

AXYZ celebrates milestone as it is poised to grow.

Hamilton Spectator | Add Comment | by Lisa Marr
Sep 25, 2014

Risks to Canada in EU free-trade deal outweigh benefits, study says

First full study of Canada-EU trade pact text says risks to Canada outweigh benefits

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Les Whittington
Sep 25, 2014

New German objections threaten Canada-EU trade deal

New doubts about the fate of the long-sought trade deal emerge from Europe on eve of Harper meeting with EU officials to...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Les Whittington
Sep 25, 2014

Feds aim to get tougher on TFW violators

Feds looking to go even tougher on companies who violate TFW regulations

Sep 25, 2014

BlackBerry launches Passport as turnaround enters new stage

BlackBerry chief executive officer John Chen called on hockey legend Wayne Gretzky and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment...

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment | by Terry Pender

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