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Equifax Canada seeks to regain trust in its security after major U.S. breach

TORONTO — Equifax Canada's reputation took a hit after its U.S. parent revealed a massive data breach last year, but chief privacy officer John Russo says the 19,000 affected Canadian accounts haven't been linked to any fraud.
Campbell Soup shuttering 87-year-old Toronto facility, 380 jobs to be impacted

Campbell Soup shuttering 87-year-old Toronto facility, 380 jobs to be impacted

TORONTO — Campbell Soup Company says it's shuttering its 87-year-old Toronto manufacturing facility within the next 18 months, impacting 380 jobs, as the food purveyor gets set to relocate it Canadian headquarters to a new location.
In Davos, European leaders try to counterbalance Trump views

In Davos, European leaders try to counterbalance Trump views

DAVOS, Switzerland — European leaders came to the defence of free trade and global co-operation on Wednesday, laying out a vision meant to counterbalance what many perceive as a rise in the more brash, nationalistic policies of U.S.
The next act for Whitman, chief of Katzenberg's NewTV

The next act for Whitman, chief of Katzenberg's NewTV

NEW YORK — Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman, one of the most powerful women in the business world, is being named the new CEO of Jeffrey Katzenberg's NewTV.
Powell taking over as Fed chairman at time of economic calm

Powell taking over as Fed chairman at time of economic calm

WASHINGTON — It would seem like a pretty good time to take over as chairman of the Federal Reserve. Jerome Powell has won Senate confirmation to head the U.S.
Puerto Ricans face foreclosure wave as moratoriums expire

Puerto Ricans face foreclosure wave as moratoriums expire

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — Aylsa Torres sighed in relief when she received a letter from her bank two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit.

Gas company fined after 14 birds found floating in fluid tank in northern B.C.

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — A natural gas company in Western Canada has been ordered to pay $235,000 to wildlife groups after dead birds were found floating in one of its containment tanks in northern British Columbia. Painted Pony Energy Ltd.
US home sales tumbled 3.6 per cent in December

US home sales tumbled 3.6 per cent in December

WASHINGTON — U.S. home sales slid 3.6 per cent in December, as rising prices and a declining number of available properties stifled purchases.
'Fire and Fury' sales exceed 1.7 million

'Fire and Fury' sales exceed 1.7 million

NEW YORK — Michael Wolff's "Fire and Fury" is well on its way to becoming one of the fastest selling nonfiction books in recent years. "Fire and Fury" has sold more than 1.
CEO says company working to stop 'Tide pod challenge'

CEO says company working to stop 'Tide pod challenge'

NEW YORK — Procter & Gamble says it's working to stop the "Tide Pod challenge," a social media-fueled trend in which teenagers eat single-load laundry detergent packets.