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Alibaba's IPO Priced at $68 a Share
Alibaba's pricing at $68 a share is seen as conservative by some analysts. Shaun Rein of China Market Research speaks about what the pricing means for what could be the largest-ever IPO.
Rush to Invest in Alibaba, but Concerns Linger About the Company's Future  New York Times
Alibaba Sentiment Adds $3.1 Billion for Top Tech Tycoons  Businessweek
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Costco Canada to stop accepting American Express cards
TORONTO -- Costco Wholesale Canada is switching credit card partners at the end of this year. Capital One says it will offer a co-branded MasterCard on an exclusive basis with Costco Canada, which will end its 15-year-old relationship with American ...
Costco Stores will no longer accept AMEX in Canada  Canada News
Costco Canada shuffles cards: Capital One, MasterCard trump American Express  CityNews
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Is it time for an air travel passenger 'bill of rights'?
It was a tiny perfect airline when I boarded one of the first WestJet flights back in 1996. Featuring only one class of service, it was staffed by a new breed of youthful flight attendants.
Air Canada adds $25 checked bag fee for economy travel
Air Canada joins WestJet in charging checked bag fee for domestic flights  Guelph Mercury
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Loblaw recall glass mugs due to shattering hazard
BRAMPTON, Ont. -- Loblaw Companies Ltd. (TSX:L) is recalling Everyday Essentials brand 15 ounce glass bowl mugs and 14 ounce glass tapered mugs.
Important Safety Notice: Recall of Everyday Essentials� Glass Mugs  Canada NewsWire (press release)
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Pioneer's Ontario Stations Key to Parkland's Supply Strategy
RED DEER, Alberta -- As part of its strategy to expand in the Ontario market, Parkland Fuel Corp. has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the assets of Pioneer Energy, Burlington, Ontario, for $378 million (Canadian; $344.2 million U.S.
Today's small-cap stocks to watch: Dividend-paying fuel stock surges 10%  The Globe and Mail
Parkland Fuel deal sends shares soaring; US stocks hit new record highs  Edmonton Journal (blog)
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Home Depot Breach Bigger Than Target's
Home Depot confirmed its payment security systems fell victim to a massive cyberattack at nearly 2,200 stores in the U.S. and Canada.
Home Depot says data hack affected 56 million payment cards  Worcester Telegram
56 million accounts at risk in Home Depot hack  WTSP 10 News
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TSX steady as mining fall offset by TransCanada
By John Tilak. TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index ended little changed on Thursday as a drop in shares of gold miners amid weakness in the price of bullion was offset by a jump in TransCanada Corp (TRP.
CANADA STOCKS-TSX steady as mining fall offset by TransCanada  Reuters
The Day On Bay: TSX Goes Nowhere As Strength In Financials Offsets ...  Business in Canada
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BC to study feasibility of bridge from Nanaimo to Gabriola Island
The B.C. government will study the feasibility of a fixed link between Vancouver Island and Gabriola Island - but it says a span connecting Vancouver Island and the Lower Mainland remains a bridge too far.
Bridge Between Gabriola Island And Vancouver Island To Be Studied  Huffington Post Canada
Charges laid in 'horrendous' altercation at Nanaimo nightclub  Vancouver Sun
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Taxpayers may have to cover pension shortfalls at US Steel
On Tuesday, U.S. Steel Canada announced it had been granted creditor protection and the company was restructuring. Lawyers are now battling over the company's debts and determining who will pay them.
U.S. Steel proves it can't be trusted  Hamilton Spectator
Peter Foster: Time to stop 'saving' U.S. Steel Canada  Financial Post
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Telus details police requests for subscriber information
The second of the country's three biggest carriers has lifted the lid on the number of law enforcement and government requests for subscriber information it gets in a year.
Telus swamped with requests for customer info  Fort Frances Times
Canada's Telus discloses extent of government data requests  Reuters Canada
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