Twitter shares jump 5% as they win new follower: The S&P 500

Consider it the ultimate “like” for a stock: Twitter Inc is joining the benchmark S&P 500 U.S. index, pushing the…

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HBC reports wider loss, will close some Lord & Taylor stores

Hudson’s Bay Co. (HBC) said Tuesday it will close up to 10 of its Lord & Taylor stores through next…

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Mexico hits back on U.S. steel, slaps tariffs on pork, bourbon

Mexico responded in kind to U.S. President Donald Trump’s metals tariffs by imposing its own duties on American steel on…

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Cannabis entrepreneurs set sights on non-smokers

Canadian entrepreneurs are busy developing a wide range of new ways to use recreational cannabis in a socially acceptable way…

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Facebook fends off New York Times claims over data access

Facebook Inc. on Sunday rejected claims by the New York Times that it had allowed Apple and other major device…

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2 Kinder Morgan Canada executives each get $1.5M bonus as part of Trans Mountain deal

A pair of executives at Kinder Morgan Canada have each been awarded $1.5-million retention bonuses in connection with the $4.5-billion…

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Apple’s unveils ‘do not disturb’ mode, augmented reality measuring tool

Apple introduced new controls for limiting how much time customers spend on their devices as the company tackles criticism that…

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Calgarians for and against Trans Mountain pipeline purchase clash outside MP’s office

Dozens of people opposed to the federal government’s plan to buy the Trans Mountain pipeline protested outside Calgary MP Kent…

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Canada faces ‘significant risks’ from housing, trade tensions, says IMF

Canada’s economy is facing “significant risks” as high anxiety from trade tensions with the U.S. and the threat of correction…

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