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Huawei’s Meng Wanzhou expected to plead guilty today in U.S. court: sources

Chinese tech executive Meng Wanzhou is expected to appear virtually in an American federal courtroom today to plead guilty in the  U.S. proceedings against her, say sources....

China declares cryptocurrency trading illegal, beefs up mining crackdown

China's central bank on Friday declared all transactions involving cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin illegal and stepped up a crackdown on illegal mining of them in...

Front-line workers shoulder burden of vaccine mandates

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Berlin residents to vote in referendum on seizing rentals from corporate landlords

Residents in Berlin, fed up with increasingly high rents, have secured a referendum on housing that could have reverberations across Europe. ...

Boppy baby loungers recalled in U.S. and Canada due to suffocation hazard

Health Canada and the Consumer Product Safety Commission are recalling more than 3.3 million baby loungers sold in the U.S. and Canada because...

2 former SNC-Lavalin execs arrested, charged with fraud and forgery

Two former executives at SNC-Lavalin have been charged with fraud and forgery by the RCMP as part of an ongoing criminal investigation into the Montreal-based...

This renter wants to take housing back from Berlin’s biggest landlords

Residents in Berlin, fed up with increasingly high rents, have secured a referendum on housing that could have reverberations across Europe. ...

EU sends jolt to Apple’s Lightning port with new law mandating USB charging for all phones

The European Union unveiled plans Thursday that would require smartphone makers to adopt a single charging method for mobile devices. The EU...

Evergrande jitters ebb and flow as company misses key bond payment

Fears that a Chinese real estate developer's possible default on multibillion-dollar debts might send shockwaves through global financial markets appeared to ease Thursday...

Vacancy rate hits highest point since 1994 as working from home wallops office demand

CBRE Group Inc. says the national office vacancy rate hit 15.7 per cent in the third quarter for the highest level since 1994...

Lululemon reaches exclusive deal to make Canada’s official Olympic gear through 2028

Lululemon will be the exclusive Olympics outfitter of Team Canada until at least the 2028 Games. Under a deal announced Thursday with...

U.S. Fed prepares to roll back stimulus despite a world economy facing other challenges

With markets on edge from a series of recent disruptions, this is no time for another taper tantrum, where stocks tumble on the news...
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