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Rakuten CEO and Founder Hiroshi Mikitani is photographed inside Kobo headquarters, Toronto. Mar. 22, 2013
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Toronto-based e-reader Kobo lays off 63 people

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Lost jobs are part of “organizational changes,” as Kobo faces increasing competition from...

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Ontario Liberals offer hydro perks to business

Ontario energy minister Bob Chiarelli has made more businesses eligible for reduced hydro rates

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by John Spears
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Expanding CPP, and creating Ontario pension plan is misguided, says study

VANCOUVER—Crisis? What crisis?

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Grand & Toy closes stores, goes on-line only

A 132-year-old Canadian institution is closing its last retail stores. OfficeMax Grand & Toy announced Thursday all of its...

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Duo hopes chewing gum leads to healthy profits

Brendan Kover and Jesse Beaulac are hoping their vitamin-infused chewing gum pays off in the long run.

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Sears Canada hoping to woo back customers

After shuttering a number of flagship urban stores, Sears Canada plans to win fans in rural areas and suburbs.

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Francine Kopun
Apr 23, 2014

Canada’s middle class is doing well? It’s not so simple.

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OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Madhavi Acharya-Tom Yew
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Construction union linked to firm with alleged Mafia ties

Canada’s largest construction union signed deal with firm tied to reputed crime family head Cosimo Commisso, the Toronto Star...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Robert Cribb
Apr 23, 2014

Add $1M to the mix as Colonial expands production

Colonial Cookies, a plant that had fallen into receivership and seemed doomed just three years ago, is making a comeback.

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Apr 23, 2014

NBL, beIN SPORTS Canada sign national TV broadcast deal

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Apr 23, 2014

Feds looking to fund projects that empower professional women

Minister of Status of Women Kellie Leitch visited Windsor Wednesday to announce a new federal government initiative designed...

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Ovation guitar factory in Connecticut is closing

Ovation guitar factory in Connecticut closing this summer after 47 years