Category: Business

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Pier 1 closing all of its stores in Canada

TORONTO — Pier 1 is closing all of its stores in Canada, as the home decor retailer begins bankruptcy proceedings ...

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Bombardier will sell its train to Alstom SA for US$8.2B

Bombardier confirmed Monday it has come to an agreement with Alstom to sell off its transportation unit to the French ...

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Ghosn denies improper use of Nissan money

Former Nissan Motor Co Ltd boss Carlos Ghosn denied any impropriety over payments he made during his time at the ...

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Netflix raises prices for US customers

Streaming service Netflix has announced it is raising its prices in the US. The company is increasing the cost of ...

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Japan sushi tycoon Kiyoshi Kimura pays record tuna price

A Japanese sushi boss has paid a record $3.1m for a giant tuna at the first new year’s auction in ...

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Cathay Pacific to honor fares slashed in error

Cathay Pacific has said it will honor first-class and business-class tickets that it sold to some lucky passengers for a ...

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Tesla shares drop on double disappointment

Tesla shares have fallen after the electric carmaker revealed that it missed expectations for deliveries and will be cutting its ...

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Top 5 countries opting to ditch US dollar

The past year was full of events that inevitably split the global geopolitical space into two camps: those who still ...

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Angry South Korean taxi drivers protest against ride-sharing app Kakao Mobility

Tens of thousands of taxi drivers in South Korea have taken to the streets after walking off the job to ...

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Japan court denies extension of ex-Nissan chief Ghosn’s detention

A court in Japan has denied a prosecutors’ request to extend the detention of former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn. The ...

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