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Telus International shares slump on lower guidance – Business News

Telus shares slump The Canadian Press – Jul 14, 2023 / 9:37 am | Stories: 436810 Photo: Jon Manchester Shares of Telus International Inc. were trading down almost 30 per cent at midday on the Toronto Stock Exchange after it slashed its growth guidance for the year. The company, which Telus Corp. spun off in […]

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Fox News sued for defamation by January 6 protestor, former viewer Ray Epps

Fox News is facing another legal challenge in the wake of the January 6 insurrection. Ray Epps, an Arizona man who has become a figure in conspiracy theories surrounding the riot, is suing the network for defamation. The lawsuit, filed in the Superior Court of Delaware, is the latest in a string of legal filings

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Dollarama 21 per cent sees an increase in sales year-over-year

MONTREAL – Dollarama Inc. enjoyed a 21 per cent year-over-year jump in sales in its latest quarter as the discount retailer scooped up consumers seeking cheaper products amid high inflation. In the quarter ended April 30, the company said strong demand was held up across the board, from consumables to seasonal items and general merchandise,

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Enbridge ‘disappointed’ as environmental review for Line 5 tunnel extended – Business News

Enbridge ‘disappointed’ The Canadian Press – March 23, 2023 / 1:22 pm | Stories: 417614 Photo: The Canadian Press This photo taken in October 2016 shows an aboveground section of Enbridge’s Line 5 at the Mackinaw City, Mich., pump station. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP – John Flesher The timeline of a US review of a proposed

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Scandal-plagued Japan tech giant Toshiba accepts buyout offer – Business News

Photo: The Canadian Press Scandal-embattled Japanese electronics and technology manufacturer Toshiba has accepted a 2 trillion yen ($15 billion) tender offer from Japan Industrial Partners, a buyout fund made up of major banks and companies. If the proposal succeeds, it will be a major step in Toshiba’s years long turnaround effort, allowing it to go

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Consumer interest in foods’ mental health benefits growing

CHICAGO — Consumers have become increasingly focused on the role food plays in their mental and physical health, according to new research from The NPD Group. The market research firm said consumers initially grew to care more about their overall health and wellness as a result of the pandemic, with food’s effect on health garnering

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