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Home Depot's Suspected Breach Adds Security Pressure
Home Depot Inc. (HD), the largest home-improvement chain, fell the most in almost five months after saying it was working with banks and law enforcement to investigate a possible data breach.
Fears grow over possible Home Depot breach  Financial Times
Security breach putting Home Depot customer's credit card info at risk  WISN Milwaukee
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Canadian manufacturing had upturn in August:RBC purchasing managers index ...
TORONTO - Canada's manufacturing sector gained momentum in August with overall conditions improving at the fastest past since last November, according to the RBC Canadian manufacturing purchasing managers' index.
Canada manufacturing growth at nine-month high in Aug  Reuters Canada
Canada's Manufacturing Sector Picked Up Steam In August  Business in Canada
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How to earn a 10% rate of return on your investments
People used to ask me where they could get a 10 per cent return on their money without risk. The answer was always nowhere, and it still is.
The Best Place in the World to Find Big Dividend Yields  DailyWealth
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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 denies fraud in Ontario Securities Commission hearing  The Globe and Mail
Sino-Forest case needs Canadian focus, hearing told  TheChronicleHerald.ca
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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.
Portland eyes LPG exports  TradeWinds
Pembina to import ethane, export propane  Calgary Herald
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Burger King Saying Move Won't Save Taxes Draws Skepticism
A Burger King Whopper hamburger with french fries are arranged for a photograph in Tiskilwa, Illinois. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg.
Corporate tax break key to Tim Hortons-Burger King merger  Business in Vancouver
There's a hole in your burger theory  Financial Times
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StatsCan's August jobs numbers draw scrutiny
For the third time in five weeks, Statistics Canada will release monthly employment figures, this time for job creation in August.
Statistics Canada rewrote our story on Statistics Canada  Macleans.ca
Canada's battered jobs data back in the spotlight as August report set ...  Financial Post
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Top TransLink executives received hefty pay hikes and bonuses last year ...
TransLink's CEO and top executives drew bigger-than-usual paycheques and bonuses last year despite a 2013 salary freeze and a perpetual push by the beleaguered transportation authority for more transit funding.
TransLink CEO, Ian Jarvis, received $83k in bonuses in 2013. (CBC)  CBC.ca
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Burnaby tells Kinder Morgan conservation area is off limits
The city of Burnaby has told Kinder Morgan to stop doing work in the Burnaby Mountain Conservation Area after staff discovered the transmission company's crews with chainsaws and other tree-cutting equipment Tuesday.
Burnaby issues stop work order to Kinder Morgan  Burnaby NewsLeader
City issues stop work order  Burnaby Now
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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.
Crescent Point in C$378 million deal for Lightstream assets  Reuters
Lightstream reaches disposition target with sale  Calgary Herald
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