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China to Canada PM: Stop 'irresponsible remarks' on spy case

China to Canada PM: Stop 'irresponsible remarks' on spy case

BEIJING — China told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Monday to “stop making irresponsible remarks” after he said Beijing's decision to charge two Canadians with spying was linked to his country's arrest of a Chinese tech executive.
Wirecard scandal: Missing billions likely don't exist

Wirecard scandal: Missing billions likely don't exist

BERLIN — German payment service provider Wirecard said Monday it has concluded that 1.9 billion euros ($2.
Existing home sale plunge 9.7% in 3rd straight monthly drop

Existing home sale plunge 9.7% in 3rd straight monthly drop

WASHINGTON — Existing home sales in the U.S. plunged 9.7% in May. It was the third straight monthly decline and further evidence of the harm the virus pandemic has done to the housing market.
Want a diverse workplace? Rethink the entire system, including the C-suite: experts

Want a diverse workplace? Rethink the entire system, including the C-suite: experts

TORONTO — The race-based failings of many of the companies seeking help from diversity and inclusion expert Hamlin Grange are not new.
Did TikTok teens, K-Pop fans punk Trump's comeback rally?

Did TikTok teens, K-Pop fans punk Trump's comeback rally?

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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: Macklem speech Bank of Canada governor Tiff Macklem is set to give a speech by video conference hosted by the Canadian Clubs and Cercles canadiens on Monday.
Enbridge reopens underwater section of Line 5 pipeline after inspection

Enbridge reopens underwater section of Line 5 pipeline after inspection

Alberta-based Enbridge says it has reopened a branch of pipeline beneath the water separating two Great Lakes after an inspection revealed no damage, but another parallel branch of the line remains closed due to shifting observed in its anchor assemb
Apple re-closes some stores, raising economic concerns

Apple re-closes some stores, raising economic concerns

Apple's Friday decision to close stores in four states with surging coronavirus cases highlights a question that other businesses may soon face: Stay open or prepare for more shutdowns? Apple, like many other major U.S.
Judge to OK $58B plan to end PG&E bankruptcy after wildfires

Judge to OK $58B plan to end PG&E bankruptcy after wildfires

SAN FRANCISCO — A federal judge on Friday said he was approving a $58 billion plan by the nation’s largest utility to end a contentious bankruptcy saga that began after Pacific Gas & Electric’s outdated equipment ignited wildfires in California t
No mask, no problem? The debate over face masks wages in movie theatres

No mask, no problem? The debate over face masks wages in movie theatres

TORONTO — When the lights dim at Canadian movie theatres in the coming weeks, one of the most hotly debated topics won't be showing on the big screen, it'll be playing out in the audience.