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Blood money: How Thomas Cook demanded
The Mail on Sunday can reveal that the travel giant was quietly paid the cash after Bobby and Christi Shepherd died from carbon monoxide poisoning in a Corfu hotel in 2006.
Canada's research dilemma is that companies don't do it here
From tariff policy put in place by our first prime minister, Canadian governments have created a research and development deficit that will be hard to fix, according to a new analysis. And until that happens, it says, waiting for an industrial rebound is
Keurig backs down on K-Cup coffee pod strategy
Keurig Green Mountain slashed its full-year sales and profit forecasts, and apologized to customers for the way it launched its recent coffee machine - forcing them to buy the company's exclusive pods.
Canada lost 20,000 jobs in April
Canada's economy shed almost 20,000 jobs in April as a small uptick in full-time work was more than offset by a large drop in part-time jobs.
Winter proves tough on deer, states weigh hunting limits
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Wildlife regulators in states where deer hunting is a way of life and an important tourism draw are implementing or considering deep cuts to hunting permits after a tough winter killed off many of the animals.
Uruguayans frustrated by protest of ex-Guantanamo detainees
MONTEVIDEO, Uruguay (AP) — Andrea Sastre doesn't mince words when it comes to the four former Guantanamo detainees camping in front of the U.S. Embassy in an increasingly bitter protest. Their grievances run the gamut, from demands that America compensate
George Soros May Face a Monster Tax Bill
George Soros likes to say the rich should pay more taxes. A substantial part of his wealth, though, comes from delaying them. While building a record as one of the world’s greatest investors, the 84-year-old billionaire used a loophole that allowed him to
McDonald's hires 7,000 touch-screen cashiers
Would you like some microchips with that burger? McDonald's Europe strikes another blow against human interaction by installing 7,000 touch-screen computers to take your order and money.
Why points just aren't so rewarding: Don Pittis
Overly complex rules and a move toward points programs not attached to any specific merchant mean consumers are increasingly disloyal to businesses offering rewards, experts say. Don Pittis asks if points are going the way of Green Stamps.
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