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BlackBerry boosts security assets with Germany's SecuSmart
BlackBerry has bought German anti-eavesdropping firm SecuSmart in a move to bulk up its security assets. The company did not disclose the financial details of the agreement, which was announced at a security-themed event held in New York.
BlackBerry Ltd buying Germany's Secusmart to stake ground in battle for ...  Financial Post
BlackBerry buffs up security credentials with Secusmart deal  Reuters
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Talisman Energy reports $237M quarterly loss
Talisman Energy, which has been approached by Spain's Repsol for a potential deal, reports a second-quarter loss net loss of $237 million, or 23 cents per share.
Talisman Posts Surprise Loss  Wall Street Journal
Talisman swings to $237M loss, but Repsol still circling
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Alberta First Nation signs oil and gas deal with Chinese firm
CALGARY - A First Nation says it has signed a deal with a Chinese company to explore and develop oil and natural gas on its land near Calgary.
Stoney Nakoda First Nation signs 'huge' oil deal with Chinese firm
First Nation and Chinese company sign oil and gas agreement  News Talk 770 Calgary
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WestJet beats forecast as Q2 profit surges 16 per cent to $51.8 million
WestJet Airlines Ltd. beat expectations as the airline's profits surged nearly 16 per cent to $51.8 million in the second quarter.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX opens higher as banks, WestJet gain  Reuters
Higher ticket prices help WestJet profit beat estimates  Reuters Canada
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TSX advances amid mixed earnings
Positive earnings news helped give the Toronto stock market a modest rise Tuesday morning. The S&P/TSX composite index was up 28.47 points to 15,473.69.
TSX to advance amid mixed earnings; traders look to housing, consumer data  CTV News
TSX futures indicate modestly higher open  Reuters Canada
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Monday's analyst upgrades and downgrades
Inside the Market's roundup of some of today's key analyst actions. This file will be updated during the trading day. Raymond James analyst Chris Cox downgraded Athabasca Oil Corp.
Athabasca Oil Corp PT Lowered to C$7.50 (ATH)  WKRB News
Canada Stocks Fall as Athabasca Slumps to Lead Oil Drop  Businessweek
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Avoiding Plane Crashes as Air Traffic Doubles
More travelers are flying than ever before, creating a daunting challenge for airlines: keep passengers safe in an ever more crowded airspace.
Risks to civil aviation on the agenda at Montreal summit  CTV News
Why flying on commercial airlines keeps getting safer  Christian Science Monitor
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New Brunswick legislature to resume today to change Fraser Papers pension
FREDERICTON -- Politicians in New Brunswick will return to the legislature today for a special one-day session to enact changes to pensions for retirees from the now-defunct Fraser Papers in Edmundston.
NB: New Brunswick legislature to resume today to change Fraser Papers pension  Daily Business Buzz - New Brunswick
NB opens more land to paper companies
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University professor spots error in mountain featured on $10 bill
OTTAWA -- The Bank of Canada is making a molehill out of a mountain. The central bank had claimed that its new plastic $10 bank notes included an image of majestic Mount Edith Cavell, a prominent peak in the Canadian Rockies south of Jasper, Alta.
Bank of Canada erases mountain ID from $10 bill after questions raised  Calgary Herald
Bank of Canada corrects mountain mistake on $10 bill after Toronto professor ...  Financial Post
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Russia Signals Prepared to Target Western Companies
As the European Union and the U.S. put finishing touches on sanctions that could ban the sale of technology related to the oil and gas industry in Russia, British oil major BP has warned that it could affect its business, the first sign that Western sanctions may ...
Russia Eyes Banning U.S. Chicken And Some European Fruit  Bloomberg
Russia takes aim at McDonald's as US ties worsen  Toronto Sun
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