Thursday , 21 September 2017

Category: BUSINESS

U.S. stock market regulator urging corporate cybersecurity upgrades is hacked

By The Associated Press The U.S. federal agency responsible for ensuring that markets function as they should and for protecting investors was hacked last year and the intruders m ...

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Economy to grow by 3.1% this year ahead of slowdown, Conference Board says

By The Canadian Press Growth is forecast to slow to 2 per cent in 2018 in part due to slower consumer spending. ...Read the news Source:: The Star – All Business stories ...

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Shigetaka Kurita: The man who invented the emoji

By Yuri Kageyama - The Associated Press Since the Japanese techie first created a set of primitive digital drawings in 1998, they have evolved into the global mobile-phone languag ...

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CEO of KB Home has bonus slashed over tirade against Kathy Griffin

By Anders Melin - Bloomberg Jeffrey Mezger's annual bonus will be reduced by $375,000, according to the board's regulatory filing. ...Read the news Source:: The Star – All B ...

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Canada’s privacy watchdog planning to proactively investigate companies

By SUSAN KRASHINSKY ROBERTSON Commissioner Daniel Therrien also repeated his call for changes to federal law that would give his office the ability to issue orders and hand down f ...

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How the ATM changed the human-machine relationship

By Ken Sweet - The Associated Press The ATM was once a radical concept, but the devices changed the banking industry. ...Read the news Source:: The Star – All Business stori ...

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How to join surge of privacy class actions in Canada

By David Hodges - The Canadian Press Osler says the number of Canadian privacy class actions has rapidly increased in the last six years. ...Read the news Source:: The Star ...

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Google buys HTC’s Pixel smartphone team in $1.1-billion deal

By Ryan Nakashima - The Associated Press,Michael Liedtke The deal underscores how serious Google is becoming about designing its own family of devices to compete against Apple and ...

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Craque de Crème: A new take on a classic sweet treat

By Diane Peters - Special to the Star Craque de Crème, a newly opened cafe on Bathurst St., sells crème brûlée in a wide variety of flavours. ...Read the news Source:: The Star ...

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The latest retirement obstacle: Thirtysomethings are still living at home

By Rob Carrick Period of weak growth has made it difficulty for young adults to get established in the work force, but parents may be enabling their children ...Read the news Sour ...

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