Facebook should be liable for ‘fake news,’ British lawmakers say

Tech firms like Facebook should be made liable for “harmful and misleading” material on their websites and pay a levy…

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Sergio Marchionne, hailed for Chrysler and Fiat turnarounds, dead at 66

Sergio Marchionne, a charismatic and demanding leader who engineered two long-shot corporate turnarounds to save both Fiat and Chrysler from…

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CRTC investigating ‘possible misleading’ telco sales practices after first rejecting the idea

The CRTC has launched a public inquiry into “possible misleading or aggressive” sales practices used by telecom companies, a move the regulator…

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U.S. tariffs take effect, China warns of ‘counterattack’

The United States hiked tariffs on Chinese imports Friday and Beijing said it would be forced to counterattack in a…

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Alberta’s energy regulator ignoring own rules on tailings ponds: critics

Alvaro Pinto wants Alberta’s energy regulator to follow its own oilsands rules. The director of sustainability for the Fort McKay…

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Corus stock falls more than 18% after $935.9M quarterly loss, dividend cut

Corus Entertainment Inc. shares touched all-time lows Wednesday after the company announced a $935.9 million loss tied mostly to a devaluation…

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HBC shareholders challenge executive renumeration, real estate plans

Hudson’s Bay Company faced a fight from some of its most prominent investors Tuesday over its decision to award executives…

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Rift between Trump and Trudeau could be first step towards a recession, warns former foreign affairs minister

Read Story Transcript Experts are calling the public animosity brewing between U.S. President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau after…

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