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Pembina announces export, pipeline deals worth $1 billion
CALGARY - Pembina Pipeline Corp. announced separate deals Tuesday totalling more than $1 billion US that will enable it to export propane from the U.S.
Pembina to import ethane, export propane  Calgary Herald
Pembina announces deals to export propane, access Bakken resource  CTV News
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Home Depot's Suspected Breach Looks Just Like the Target Hack
This is all sounding horribly familiar. Brian Krebs, a prominent cyber-security blogger, reported on Tuesday that Home Depot had likely been hacked based on a �massive� batch of stolen credit and debit cards appearing for sale online.
Home Depot shares drop after chain investigates data breach  The Globe and Mail
Home Depot says probing 'unusual activity' after data breach report  Toronto Sun
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The close: Resource stocks pull TSX lower
Falling resource stocks left the Toronto stock market with a minor loss Tuesday amid mixed manufacturing data and tumbling oil and gold prices.
Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock ...
The Day On Bay: TSX Falls As Materials And Energy Stocks Come Under Pressure  Business in Canada
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Bombardier downgraded by Goldman Sachs over CSeries delay
Further delays expected in the delivery of Bombardier's new CSeries commercial jetliner and the loss of an initial buyer led analyst Goldman Sachs to downgrade its assessment on the company.
Goldman cuts Bombardier price target on expected C Series delay  The Globe and Mail
Goldman Sachs Paints Ugly Picture Of Bombardier's Future  Huffington Post Canada
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TransLink CEO, Ian Jarvis, received $83k in bonuses in 2013. (CBC)
Concerns are being raised once again about the amount TransLink executives are getting paid, following the the release of documents showing many got significant hikes last year.
TransLink exec salaries rise despite supposed 'freeze'  CTV News
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Canada watchdog says Sino-Forest execs deceived investors
TORONTO (Reuters) - Former Sino-Forest Corp [SCLC.UL] executives wilfully defrauded investors using elaborate schemes that artificially inflated the collapsed forestry company's valuation, prosecutors with Canada's biggest securities watchdog said on ...
Former Sino-Forest execs should be judged by Canadian standards: OSC  Times Colonist
OSC lays out 'road map' for fraud case against Sino-Forest executives  Financial Post
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Loonie closes almost half a cent lower as greenback strengthens
The Canadian dollar closed lower Tuesday ahead of the scheduled announcement on interest rates by the Bank of Canada on Wednesday.
Canadian dollar declines ahead of Bank of Canada interest rate announcement  Cape Breton Post
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Quebecor sells digital subsidiary to French giant Publicis Groupe
Quebecor Inc. has sold its digital services division Nurun Inc. to French multinational advertising and public relations giant Publicis Groupe for $125-million.
Quebecor sells its Nurun subsidiary to French firm for $125 million  Nanaimo Daily News
Publicis Groupe Acquires Nurun, Global Design and Technology Consultancy ...  MarketWatch
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Why Vale (VALE) Stock Is Down Today
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Shares of Vale SA (VALE) are down -1.19% to $12.90 in active trading today as the Brazil-based metals and mining company and Glencore (GLNCY) broke off talks over combining their nickel assets in Canada in a deal that could ...
Vale, Glencore break off Canada nickel talks
Glencore and Vale call off talks to combine Sudbury nickel ops: Reuters  Bridge River Lillooet News
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The Burger King Deal: What Happens If Your Job Moves Across The Border?
The recent merger of Burger King and Tim Hortons spurred a lot of comments about the tax benefits that could result from the company setting up their headquarters in Canada.
A Burger King boycott? Senator takes a stand against corporate inversions.  Christian Science Monitor
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