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Canadian pension plans pummelled in May
Human resources consultant Mercer says the solvency ratio of a typical Canadian pension plan fell by 7% last month, when financial markets were rocked by renewed fears about the eurozone crisis.
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Pet transportation idea has legs, entrepreneur says
From trips to the veterinarian and the groomer to the regular restocking of kibble, man's best friend is a lot of work. PetRide Halifax aims to lighten the load.
Badger continues steady comeback after scrapped takeover
More than a year ago, a group of shareholders at Badger Daylighting Ltd. banded together to prevent North America's largest provider of non-destructive excavating services be acquired by Massachusetts-based Clean Harbors Inc. for $20.50 a share.
ETF closings are just part of the game
FotoliaKids don't like it, not one little bit, when some grown-up shuts down their soccer game. Winning or losing doesn't matter, they just want to play.
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Tim Hortons tasters sip coffee for a living
David Friend/The Canadian PressTim Hortons coffee tasters Kevin West, right, and Lyle Fleetham sample various coffees from around the world at the company's facility in Ancaster, Ont.
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Why September and November are the best months for gold
According to a new study that claims to be the first to find a seasonal anomaly in the gold market, September and November are the only months that see significant, positive gold price changes.
FP500: Private practice
Likewise today, only accredited investors (or individuals who claim to be) are allowed to buy private stock auctioned on SharesPost and SecondMarket.
Google merges digital and physical worlds with new image-based projects
David Paul Morris/BloombergSergey Brin, co-founder of Google, wears Project Glass internet glasses while speaking at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco, California, U.S.
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Shipyard project may shrink
Ottawa's budgetary crunch could mean a scaled-back Halifax shipbuilding project, defence analysts say. The federal government's austerity measures, which are forcing the Department of National Defence to shed $2-billion from its budget, could translate ...
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Review: Is Samsung Galaxy S3 an Apple iPhone killer?
Bebeto Matthews/The Canadian Press/APSamsung's new Galaxy S III phone, left, is shown next to an iPhone 4S. For many consumers wondering whether to consider buying Samsung's latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, there's really only one ...
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