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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.
CBC inquiry concludes management mishandled Jian Ghomeshi
CBC failed to provide its staff a workplace "free from disrespectful and abusive behaviour," says the report of an independent investigator hired to examine CBC's handling of the behaviour of former radio and television host Jian Ghomeshi.
Pastrami panic the latest surge in global food prices
The cost of a pastrami sandwich is set to rise as producers of the smoked meat face rising prices for beef. But experts say deli meat is only the latest casualty of global forces that have sent products from almonds to limes soaring.
Labradoodle marketing fetches $2,500 puppy price
A puppy that sells for $2,500 in Canada isn't even a dog that cracks the Top 10 most popular purebreds. In fact, the Labradoodle never makes the Canadian Kennel Club’s list because although increasingly popular, it is not a purebred.
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