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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 cybersecurity blogger, reported on Tuesday that Home Depot had likely been hacked based on a �massive� batch of stolen credit and debit card data appearing for sale online.
Home Depot data breach possibility investigated  WLS-TV
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Pembina Pipeline Corp. plans Pacific push with propane
Pembina Pipeline Corp. unveiled on Tuesday a $1-billion (U.S.) plan to tap the North American shale boom and build a new propane export terminal in Portland, Ore.
Pembina to import ethane, export propane  Calgary Herald
Pembina Pays $650M For Pipeline To Gain Bakken Foothold  Law360 (subscription)
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CANADA FX DEBT-Canadian dollar weaker ahead of central bank rate decision
... * Canadian dollar at C$1.0930, or 91.49 U.S. cents * Bond prices lower across the maturity curve (Adds details, quote, updates prices) By Leah Schnurr TORONTO, Sept 2 (Reuters) - The Canadian dollar weakened against the greenback on Tuesday to its ...
Loonie closes almost half a cent lower as greenback strengthens  The Globe and Mail
StatsCan's August jobs numbers draw scrutiny  Toronto Star
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CANADA STOCKS-TSX slips as weaker commodity prices weigh on resource ...
By Solarina Ho TORONTO, Sept 2 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index dipped marginally on Tuesday as tumbling resource stocks, hurt by falling oil and gold prices, offset gains in financial and industrial stocks.
The close: Resource stocks pull TSX lower  The Globe and Mail
Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock ...
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Further delays to Bombardier Inc's CSeries 'inevitable': Goldman Sachs
Three months after Bombardier Inc. grounded its CSeries test planes, Goldman Sachs added its voice to the growing chorus that says further delays are �inevitable� and Bombardier will find it nearly impossible to deliver the first planes in the latter half of next ...
Bombardier downgraded by Goldman Sachs over CSeries delay
Goldman cuts Bombardier price target on expected C Series delay  The Globe and Mail
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Sino-Forest executives deny any fraud at OSC hearing
Lawyers for Sino-Forest Corp. executives deny their clients committed any fraud that led to the company's collapse, arguing they were merely operating in China with different cultural and business practices.
Sino-Forest execs deny fraud, call OSC allegations a misinterpretation of ...  Financial Post
Sino-Forest denies fraud in Ontario Securities Commission hearing  The Globe and Mail
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Crescent Point ramps up production, exploration plans
Crescent Point Energy Corp. has reached a $378-million deal to acquire oil properties from Lightstream Resources Ltd., and announced plans to raise as much as $863-million from a bought-deal share offering.
Lightstream reaches disposition target with sale  Calgary Herald
Crescent Point in C$378 million deal for Lightstream assets  Reuters
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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
Executive pay rises again at TransLink  Surrey Leader
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A Burger King boycott? Senator takes a stand against corporate inversions.
After Burger King announced its plans to buy Canada's Tim Hortons and move north, Ohio's Democratic Senator Sherrod Brown has called for his constituents to eat at Ohio-based burger chains instead.
CORRECTED-INSIGHT-Burger King has maneuvered to cut US tax bill for years  Reuters
Tim Hortons deal: Burger King's history of tax-cutting manoeuvres  Toronto Sun
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Glencore, Vale fail to find common ground in Sudbury nickel
One of Canada's richest ore bodies will remain divided after talks to combine the Sudbury nickel operations of Glencore Xstrata PLC and Vale SA fell apart earlier this year.
Vale, Glencore break off talks over Canada nickel deal: sources  Reuters Canada
Reuters: Talks off between Vale, Glencore  The Sudbury Star
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