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Tim Cook: 'I'm proud to be gay'

Apple CEO Tim Cook publicly acknowledges that he's gay for first time

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Rogers partnering with Vice to create multimedia studio in Toronto

The companies are investing $100 million in the partnership to establish the Vice TV network in Canada and produce exclusive...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Raju Mudhar
Business | 3 hours ago
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Cogeco unveils TiVo service for Ontario

System will integrate Netflix content and allow users to download recordings onto their mobile devices.

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WhatsOn | 6 hours ago

Piano maker Steinway moving to new Manhattan site

Piano maker Steinway & Sons moving flagship showroom to new Manhattan location

Business | 7 hours ago
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U.S. Steel slashes losses but Canadian bankruptcy proceeds

Company reports $207-million operating loss in third quarter, compared to year-ago loss of $1.79 billion

Hamilton Spectator | by Meredith MacLeod
Local | 14 hours ago
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VIDEO: Hamilton bigotry ‘experiment' ends with a punch

Actor in "social experiment" video gets slugged in the face for racist taunts

Hamilton Spectator | by Molly Hayes
Business | 16 hours ago

Public sector workers don't get paid more — just more fairly, study suggests

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives finds a “shocking” wage gap between private and public jobs for aboriginal, visible...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Sara Mojtehedzadeh
16 hours ago

Shomi dips a toe into the video stream

As streaming services proliferate in the U.S., Rogers and Shaw launch a competitor

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Raju Mudhar
16 hours ago

U.S. Federal Reserve ending QE stimulus

The Federal Reserve is about to take its foot off the accelerator, but it still isn’t prepared to hit the brakes on the U.S....

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Madhavi Acharya-Tom Yew
16 hours ago

The National Post’s Jonathan Kay to take over as The Walrus’ editor-in-chief

Jonathan Kay has been the Post’s managing editor for Comment for the past decade

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Laura Armstrong
20 hours ago

Pasta makers feel pinch from bad wheat crop

Spaghetti lovers, be warned. Pasta prices are under pressure due to poor yields of durum wheat, especially in Canada

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Vanessa Lu
20 hours ago

Chen touts BlackBerry Classic

Classic will feature a physical keyboard and bring back the track pad and function keys popular with users of older...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michael Lewis
21 hours ago

Wynne woos Alibaba in China

Province hopeful that online giant can give boost to province's farmers

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Robert Benzie
22 hours ago

ACTION LINE: Ignorance of the law costs consumers cash

How do we become good consumers? Unfortunately, many of us don’t go to school for this. Instead, we learn from the school of...

Hamilton Spectator | 2 Comments | by Al MacRury
Oct 29, 2014

Why your shoes and shampoo are checked at the airport

Airport screening procedures are more rigorous in the wake of security concerns, which can often lead to long lines of...

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Oct 29, 2014

Private life can be cause for firing, experts say after Jian Ghomeshi dismissal

Very few employees risk getting fired for activities that occur on their own time, employment experts say. But it can and...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Dana Flavelle
Oct 29, 2014

Why Canada misses out on the pumpkin spice craze

Chatter about “pumpkin spice” and its ever-mounting popularity is prompting big thinkers to wonder aloud if the autumnal...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michele Henry

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