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Mitigation efforts continue at Suncor in wake of cyberattack – Business News

Photo: The Canadian Press A Petro-Canada gas station is seen in Ottawa on Tuesday March 30, 2021. Canada’s top technical authority on cybersecurity says it is working closely with Suncor Energy Inc. in the aftermath of a high-profile system breach at the energy giant. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld Canada’s top technical authority on cybersecurity is […]

It’s Your Business has Melissa Brunner, Laura Stephenson, Danny Wade and Beth O’Neill

Promotions Melissa Brunner WIBW-TV general manager Roger Brokke has promoted veteran anchor/reporter Melissa Brunner to the news director position. Brunner succeeds Jon Janes, who retired after 24 years leading the 13 NEWS team and 51 years in journalism. She will continue to host Eye on Northeast Kansas and co-anchor 13 NEWS at 6 pm alongside […]

Ticketmaster announces all-in pricing option during Biden junk fees meeting

US President Joe Biden highlighted progress in chipping away at so-called junk fees as a “win for consumers” Thursday, as he met at the White House with executives from Live Nation, Airbnb and other companies that have taken steps to embrace more transparent pricing . Live Nation, which is based in Beverly Hills, Calif., announced […]

Streaming bills may create a two-tier system, hurting Cdn. creators – Business News

Double standard streaming? The Canadian Press – Apr 28, 2023 / 8:53 am | Stories: 423868 Photo: The Canadian Press At least one Canadian media production association says the country’s new streaming legislation could create a two-tier system where foreign streamers are held to lower standards than Canadian broadcasters. The Canadian Media Producers Association says […]

Pierre Poilievre urges Ottawa to block Glencore’s bid to buy Teck

Breadcrumb Trail Links mining Commodities Conservative leader says ‘hostile foreign takeover’ would threaten jobs and critical resources Get the latest from Naimul Karim straight to your inbox Signup Published April 27, 2023 • Last updated 1 day ago • 4 minute read Pierre Poilievre, leader of the Conservative party, has asked the federal government to […]

Grocery’s power imbalance has politicians, shoppers questioning rising prices – Business News

Photo: The Canadian Press The flyer for the Victory Meat & Produce Market, a small grocer in New Brunswick, recently featured fresh local turkey for $3.99 a pound, two bags of carrots or onions for $4 and a bunch of celery for $2.29 — prices that rival its national competitors. For 81 years, the independent […]

BC small businesses chafe at ‘unsustainable’ minimum wage hike – Business News

Photo: BC Gov’t A 6.9 per cent minimum wage hike mandated by the BC government is “unsustainable” for some businesses, when stacked on all other costs downloaded onto businesses, I am a number of business groups. As of June 1, the BC government is raising the minimum wage from $15.65 to $16.75 per hour, the […]

Snack manufacturer launches Cereal Pop with Fruity Pebbles

ORLANDO, FL. — SNAX-Sational Brands, a producer of flavored popcorn snacks, is partnering with Post Consumer Brands to launch Cereal Pop popcorn made with Fruity Pebbles. SNAX-Sational currently has two other lines of popcorn, Cookie Pop and Candy Pop, that each feature partnerships with notable companies in their respective sectors. The Fruity Pebbles partnership is […]

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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