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Amid rift with China, will the NBA be forced to apologize?

Amid rift with China, will the NBA be forced to apologize?

When major corporations have done something to anger Chinese authorities in recent years, the playbook has called for one thing: an apology. Marriott issued one. So did Delta. Mercedes-Benz, too.
Wind power developers upbeat about Alberta despite end of power project auctions

Wind power developers upbeat about Alberta despite end of power project auctions

CALGARY — Panellists at a wind energy conference in Calgary say Alberta is still the best place in Canada to build renewable power projects despite the United Conservative government's decision to unplug the previous NDP regime's project auctions.

American pushes back expected return of its 737 Max planes

FORT WORTH, Texas — American Airlines is pushing back the expected return of its Boeing 737 Max jets into next year and says the grounding of the planes cut its third-quarter pretax income by $140 million.

Powell faces key question: What's wrong with low inflation?

WASHINGTON — When out shopping, most Americans like lower prices. But the Federal Reserve sees things a little differently. On Wednesday, Fed Chairman Jerome Powell instead said that low inflation can create problems for the U.S.

OECD floats sending tech tax proceeds to countries where revenues are generated

TORONTO — A global economic body has proposed a new way of taxing tech giants and other multinationals, a topic that is gathering attention around the world and has become an election issue in Canada.
Pot price falls 6.4% to $7.37 a gram, legal and illegal prices down: StatCan

Pot price falls 6.4% to $7.37 a gram, legal and illegal prices down: StatCan

The average cost of a gram of cannabis fell 6.4 per cent in the third quarter as the legal price fell for the first time, but illicit weed continued to be significantly cheaper, according to an analysis by Statistics Canada using crowdsourced data.
Shares of The Green Organic Dutchman plunge after raising financing concerns

Shares of The Green Organic Dutchman plunge after raising financing concerns

TORONTO — The Green Organic Dutchman Holdings Ltd. saw its shares plunge in early trading after the cannabis company said it was reviewing financing alternatives in order to complete construction at its facilities in Ancaster, Ont.

The top 10 movies on the iTunes Store

iTunes Movies U.S. charts for week ending October 6, 2019: iTunes Movies US Charts: 1. Toy Story 4 2. Spider-Man: Far from Home 3. Yesterday (2019) 4. The Game Changers 5. Aladdin 6. John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum 7. Fighting With My Family 8.

Just Energy Group sells UK operations to Shell Energy Retail for up to $17M

TORONTO — Just Energy Group Inc. has signed a deal to sell its operations in the United Kingdom to Shell Energy Retail Ltd. for up to roughly $17 million. The company says the sale of Hudson Energy Supply UK Ltd.
Fast-food chains launch grocery store versions of menu items in competitive market

Fast-food chains launch grocery store versions of menu items in competitive market

Fast-food fans no longer have to go to — or even order from — their favourite eateries to indulge, as grocery stores now stock a wide array of beloved menu items so superfans can heat up a St-Hubert chicken pot pie, slather on Swiss Chalet gravy sauc