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Toronto Star - Business

Qantas to Test Human Endurance for a 19-Hour Flight

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L.L. Bean finally comes to Canada: Oakville flagship to be followed by 50 HBC locations - The iconic Freeport, Maine-based purveyor of outdoorsy clothes will open its first-ever Canadian store in the Oakville Place mall

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TSX moves lower on signals about interest rate cuts from Federal Reserve

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Dick's Sporting Goods Posts Higher Same-Store Sales for First Time in Two Years

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Price of Good Economy: More Time Stuck in Traffic

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Three Fed Officials Offer Diverging Views on Rate Cuts in TV Interviews

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U.S. Stocks Waver on Disappointing Manufacturing Data -- Thursday also marks the first day of the Jackson Hole symposium, where central bank leaders from across the globe will meet to discuss issues facing world economies.

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Save-A-Lot debt goes for half off as grocery rivals squeeze sales -- The discount grocer is working with investment bank PJ Solomon Securities LLC to bolster itself, according to people with knowledge of the situation.

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WeWork office-sharing rival Industrious lures cash from Equinox, Canada Pension -- New York-based startup raises $80M from backers as WeWork looks to raise more than $3B in its IPO next month, and billions more in debt financing

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Patrick Byrne Resigns as Overstock.com Chief Executive

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Investors Jostle for Pre-IPO Stake in Impossible Foods

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Large Telecoms, State Enforcers Make Pact to Combat Robocalls

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Don't Overthink Overstock.com

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Health Insurers Set to Expand Offerings Under the ACA

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Silicon Valley looks north as tech giants expand in Toronto -- Technology companies are hiring more workers in Toronto, attracted by the region's diverse population of 6.4 million, a deep pool of skilled labour and cultural similarities to major U.S. cities such as San Francisco, New York and Chicago.

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Smart cities need to spend more on security tech, study suggests -- The concern echoes a growing consensus that too little oversight is given to the fundamental technologies used to build connected cities.

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U.S. Internet Pricing Is All Over the Place. Help Us Investigate It.

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You Got a 'Free' Internet Speed Upgrade. Then Your Bill Went Up.

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Schools Brace for Cyberattacks

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Brace yourself for robocall's evil twin: Robotext -- Robotexts are similar to robocalls in that spammers use them to trick you into sharing your personal information.

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Canada's steady 2% inflation tempers the case for rate cut -- Scotiabank strategist says with Canada's economy 'humming along,' likelihood of September rate cut by Bank of Canada is 'very marginal at best'

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Big Banks Struggled With Fed Communications Ahead of July FOMC

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ECB Minutes Back Up Signals of Broad Stimulus Package

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ECB Discussed Combining Rate Cuts, Bond Purchases at July Meeting

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Stumbling Global Economies Fan Recession Fears

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Powell Faces Challenge Defining Doctrine Around When to Cut Rates

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U.S. Job Growth Weaker Through March Than Earlier Reported, New Data Show

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Global stocks mixed after rebound on Wall Street as traders await Fed talk -- Investors look to Jerome Powell's speech Friday for guidance about whether the Fed might cut rates at its next meeting in September

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U.S. Government Bonds Send Warning About Slowing Growth

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Electric Vehicles Run Into China's Regulatory Change

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A Rocketing Stock That Won't Fall Back to Earth

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August Data Could Prove Ominous for Lagging Industrial Stocks

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Bank of New York Mellon Loses Key ETF Customer to State Street

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Canadian home sales rise in July as buyers adjust to mortgage stress test -- Real estate group says sales are up 12.6 per cent year over year and are rebounding from effects of mortgage tightening

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Once listed for $1 billion, the Mountain of Beverly Hills sold for $100,000. What just happened? -- The markdown comes with fine print. The estate of late Herbalife founder will be on the hook to repay the $200-million loan outstanding on the property.

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Canada's housing market gets 'boring' with sales little changed -- Canada's housing market was little changed in June, but economists say the "boring" market is "exactly what policy-makers would like to see."

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Hudson Yards developer plans massive $3.5B complex in Toronto -- Oxford Properties' 4.3 million-square-foot site will have two office towers, 800 rental apartments, 200,000 square feet for retail and three acres devoted to public space

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A dorm with pub crawls, only fancier: co-living comes to Canada -- Canada is getting its first taste of co-living rentals in Ottawa, where a 24-storey tower, with communal apartments alongside regular rentals, will be built.

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Spring flooding not sinking cottage markets in Ontario, Quebec, according to report -- Demand is so strong and available homes so few that people shopped for properties impacted by flood waters without being able to enter them, says Royal LePage.

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Opinion | Jennifer Wells

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Opinion | David Olive

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With self-publishing in Canada, profit isn't the main motive -- Profit shouldn't be the main motive if you're going to self-publish a book, but it is possible to come out ahead if you spend wisely on marketing and production.

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What to do when back to school bites you in the budget -- When working with a limited budget, you have to choose what's worth the cash

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Expert offers 'no-shame' advice on getting rid of debt -- Author Shannon Lee Simmons shares how to break the debt cycle while still having a life in new book Living Debt-Free: The no-shame, no-blame guide to getting rid of your debt.

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Rich and famous people looking for love need to protect their assets, experts say -- The simplest solution, it seems, is to date within one's financial stratum. But that's not always easy.

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Mispriced cherries show how self-checkout stations can shortchange Canadians -- The Scanning Code of Practice terms mean that it is not enough for stores to refund the difference between a mistaken higher price and an advertised lower price — but not every consumer knows this and store employees are unlikely to inform them, writes Ellen Roseman.

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Repair contracts can work in your favour, but you have to work for it -- The terms of consumer contracts often seem unclear to customers, but ultimately what you have going for you is the companies want to keep your business and don't want bad publicity, writes Ellen Roseman.

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