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Next Avenue: A baby boomer to millennials: Sorry, kids - World News
Next Avenue: A baby boomer to millennials: Sorry, kids 1 day ago
‘Entitlemania’ author and lawyer offers a generational apology, and promises to withdraw financial support.
The Wall Street Journal: Like that act? Tipping apps hit the right note for street musicians -World News
The Wall Street Journal: Like that act? Tipping apps hit the right note for street musicians 1 day ago
Competing services give ‘buskers’ another way to earn tips in a world that is using less cash
NerdWallet: How a natural born spender paid off $24k in debt in 15 months -World News
NerdWallet: How a natural born spender paid off $24k in debt in 15 months 1 day ago
She loved to shop. But going on a ‘spending fast’ freed up money and time, too.
Credit.com: 30 gifts for kids: from babies to teens -World News
Credit.com: 30 gifts for kids: from babies to teens 1 day ago
After testing a dizzying number of toys, games, and gifts, we’ve selected 30 favorites divided by age.
Canadian financial companies funding overseas coal plants as feds push phase-out -World News
Canadian financial companies funding overseas coal plants as feds push phase-out 1 day ago
OTTAWA — Canada’s national pension fund manager is among a group of Canadian companies that are undermining the federal government’s international anti-coal alliance by investing in new coal power plants overseas, an environmental organi
Canadians swindled out of $1.7M via cryptocurrency scams this year to date -World News
Canadians swindled out of $1.7M via cryptocurrency scams this year to date 1 day ago
TORONTO — Canadians have been swindled out of than $1.7 million via scams involving cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin so far this year — more than double the amount during all of 2016. The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre says that’s more than
B.C.’s Premier John Horgan to announce decision on Site C hydroelectric dam -World News
B.C.’s Premier John Horgan to announce decision on Site C hydroelectric dam 1 day ago
VICTORIA — British Columbia Premier John Horgan will be giving his government’s decision on the future of the controversial Site C hydroelectric dam this morning. The New Democrat government has been debating whether to continue the constructi
Asian investors embrace bitcoin, but regulators are wary -World News
Asian investors embrace bitcoin, but regulators are wary 1 day ago
HONG KONG — The weekend launch of a U.S. futures contract for bitcoin reflects widespread acceptance of the virtual currency, especially among investors in Asia, though regulators are wary. Japan and South Korea are among the world’s top five
Snow wreaks havoc on travellers in Britain, schools closed -World News
Snow wreaks havoc on travellers in Britain, schools closed 1 day ago
LONDON — Snow and wintry weather are still wreaking havoc on travellers in Britain, with flights cancelled, roads sheathed in ice and rail travel disrupted. With temperatures dropping overnight as low as minus 11.6 Celsius (11 degrees Fahrenheit), h
Ukraine’s anti-corruption agency faces strong resistance -World News
Ukraine’s anti-corruption agency faces strong resistance 1 day ago
KIEV, Ukraine — An anti-corruption agency established in Ukraine two years ago was expected to be the driving force that would uproot the endemic graft that depleted the nation’s resources and worried its Western allies. But the National Anti-
UK leader says there’s new optimism in Brexit talks -World News
UK leader says there’s new optimism in Brexit talks 1 day ago
LONDON — British Prime Minister Theresa May says there is a new sense of optimism in the talks to secure Britain’s departure from the European Union. May is set to address the House of Commons on Monday, updating lawmakers on the negotiations
30 years later, Wall Street remembers ‘Wall Street’ -World News
30 years later, Wall Street remembers ‘Wall Street’ 1 day ago
Thirty years after the release of the now-classic movie “Wall Street,” Wall Street itself is totally different. Or it hasn’t changed at all, depending on who you ask. To mark the anniversary Monday of the opening of Oliver Stone’s
Boring machine catches fire in Austrian tunnel, 18 in hiding -World News
Boring machine catches fire in Austrian tunnel, 18 in hiding 1 day ago
BERLIN — Austrian media are reporting that a tunnel-boring machine has caught fire at the construction site of a railway tunnel under the Alps that will link Austria with Italy. Public broadcaster ORF reported Monday that about 50 workers were in th
Baby milk maker orders global recall over salmonella fears -World News
Baby milk maker orders global recall over salmonella fears 1 day ago
PARIS — French baby-milk maker Lactalis has ordered a global recall of millions of products over fears of salmonella bacteria contamination. The company, one of the largest dairy products group in the world, says it has been warned by health authori
Deadline week crunch for health law sign-ups under Trump -World News
Deadline week crunch for health law sign-ups under Trump 1 day ago
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration came into office looking to dismantle Barack Obama’s health care law, but the Affordable Care Act survived. Now the administration is on the hook to deliver a smooth ending to sign-up season, with a crush
Asian shares advance following encouraging US jobs report -World News
Asian shares advance following encouraging US jobs report 2 days ago
TOKYO — Share prices were higher in Asia on Monday, lifted by encouraging employment data from the U.S. that took the Standard & Poor’s 500 index to its third straight weekly gain on Friday despite weakness earlier in the week. KEEPING SCO
As bitcoin soars, warnings of a bubble proliferate -World News
As bitcoin soars, warnings of a bubble proliferate 2 days ago
Is bitcoin in a bubble? The price of bitcoin has been soaring this year, and last week alone it jumped from $11,000 to well over $17,000, according to Coindesk. It started the year below $1,000. That rocketing level of appreciation smells a lot like an ir
Will misconduct scandals make men wary of women at work? -World News
Will misconduct scandals make men wary of women at work? 2 days ago
NEW YORK — Some women, and men, worry the same climate that’s emboldening women to speak up about sexual misconduct could backfire by making some men wary of female colleagues. Forget private meetings and get-to-know-you dinners. Beware of ban
Reports Filed In Microsoft Lawsuit Find 'Significant' Gender Gap At Firm -World News
Reports Filed In Microsoft Lawsuit Find 'Significant' Gender Gap At Firm 2 days ago
As part of a lawsuit alleging gender imbalances, a former employee has submitted two studies suggesting that the company's ladder and pay scale need work.
Asian shares advance following encouraging US jobs report -World News
Asian shares advance following encouraging US jobs report 2 days ago
TOKYO — Share prices were higher in Asia on Monday, lifted by encouraging employment data from the U.S. that took the Standard & Poor’s 500 index to its third straight weekly gain on Friday despite weakness earlier in the week. KEEPING SCO
Companies must focus on managing cyber-attacks, not eliminating them -World News
Companies must focus on managing cyber-attacks, not eliminating them 2 days ago
TORONTO — Companies trying to stay ahead of the increasing threat of cyberattacks need to be cognizant of one simple fact: there is no perfect antidote or turnkey solution against criminals bent on breaching their systems. “Everyone is hacking
Bill Morneau insists federal government still has no plans for a Netflix tax -World News
Bill Morneau insists federal government still has no plans for a Netflix tax 2 days ago
OTTAWA — Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the federal government still has no intention of imposing a Netflix tax because it would result in a financial hit for middle-class Canadians. Morneau’s remarks about the online streaming giant come
How To Beat Impulse Buying At Baseball Shows And Beyond -World News
How To Beat Impulse Buying At Baseball Shows And Beyond 2 days ago
I recently broke a 30-year cycle of impulse buying at baseball shows. I think that I can help you stay on a budget in sports and non-sports venues— maybe even at your local shopping mall, particularly during the high-pressure holiday season.
12 Stocks To Buy To Keep The Gains Going In 2018 -World News
12 Stocks To Buy To Keep The Gains Going In 2018 2 days ago
It’s been a banner year for equities, but here are a dozen stocks that still look cheap with the overall market trading at lofty levels heading into 2018.
More private university chiefs top $2M as pay keeps climbing -World News
More private university chiefs top $2M as pay keeps climbing 2 days ago
BOSTON — Presidents at America’s private universities saw their pay increase by 9 per cent in 2015, according to a new report , with several of them topping $2 million in total earnings. The average chief received total compensation of nearly