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Adani shares volatile as group denies short-sellers report, Chinese shares head for bull market

Adani shares volatile as group denies short-sellers report, Chinese shares head for bull market

‘It will probably take a decade’ for China to catch up with advanced chip technology: analyst It could take a decade for China to catch up with advanced chip technology as the Netherlands and Japan join the U.S. in pushing for restrictions, Daniel Newman, founding partner and principal analyst at Futurum Research, told CNBC’s “Street …

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Does placing an AirTag in your luggage help you?  'It takes two to get your item back'

Does placing an AirTag in your luggage help you? ‘It takes two to get your item back’

What caused the FAA outage? Why experts think old technology may play a role Here’s what we know about the FAA system outage that has delayed or canceled more than 10,000 U.S. flights. USA TODAY FAQ only Harry Campbell swears by putting a tracking device in his luggage. “Over the last few months (I’ve) been …

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Vancouver mayor vows to scrap controversial single-use cup fee by summer - BC |  Globalnews.ca

Vancouver mayor vows to scrap controversial single-use cup fee by summer – BC | Globalnews.ca

Vancouver Mayor Ken Sim says the city’s controversial one-time cup fee will go away this summer. Sim made the comments during his first “state of the city” address to the Greater Vancouver Board of Trade on Tuesday. “Everyone here in Vancouver loves the environment, but we can distinguish between things that are pragmatic and things …

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Why a flood of air passenger complaints has led to several fines against airlines |  CBC News

Why a flood of air passenger complaints has led to several fines against airlines | CBC News

Experts are calling on the agency responsible for enforcing air passenger protection rules to be more aggressive with fines when airlines get caught with the regulations. The quasi-judicial Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) has the ability to fine airlines up to $25,000 if they fail to comply with air passenger protection regulations that came into force …

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Crypto lender Genesis has filed for bankruptcy in the latest blow to Barry Silbert's DCG empire

Crypto lender Genesis has filed for bankruptcy in the latest blow to Barry Silbert’s DCG empire

Barry Silbert, Founder and CEO, Digital Currency Group David A Grogan | CNBC Crypto lender Genesis filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection late Thursday in Manhattan federal court, the latest casualty in the industry contagion caused by the FTX collapse and a crippling blow to the business that was once at the heart of Barry …

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Ontario family hit with ‘horrific’ 36-hour travel day after delayed and canceled flights from 3 different airlines

It took 36 hours, three airlines and one layover before Alaa Sakr and her family returned home to Canada from a tropical vacation in Mexico. “I’ve traveled a lot in Europe and used different airlines — low-cost, by the way — but I’ve never had this happen,” Sakr told CTV News Toronto on Monday. “And …

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Bank of Canada to lose billions in next few years: forecast - Business News

Bank of Canada to lose billions in next few years: forecast – Business News

Photo: The Canadian Press The Bank of Canada could lose as much as $8.8 billion over the next few years, according to a new report that warns the central bank may be facing a communication problem in the wake of the losses. A report from the CD Howe Institute estimates that total losses will reach …

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Predicting Russia’s Next Move Against Oil Price Ceiling | OilPrice.com

On December 27, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a countermeasure decree against the introduction of a price ceiling on Russian oil and oil products. These are in response to G7 deal at $60 per barrel for Russian marine oil. The decree prohibits the sale of oil and oil products if the purchase contract is …

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What the leak of 200 million emails on Twitter really means

What the leak of 200 million emails on Twitter really means

Rosie Struve; Getty Images Following reports in late 2022 that hackers were selling data stolen from 400 million Twitter users, researchers now say that a widespread pool of email addresses associated with some 200 million users is likely an enhanced version of a larger pool with duplicate records removed. The social network has yet to …

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Hong Kong stocks got off to their best start of 2018 on hopes of China's recovery

Hong Kong stocks got off to their best start of 2018 on hopes of China’s recovery

Shoppers walk through a street market in Hong Kong, China, on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022. Photographer: Chan Long Hei/Bloomberg via Getty Images Bloomberg | Bloomberg | Getty Images Hong Kong stocks started 2023 with their biggest gains in the first trading session of the year since 2018. The Hang Seng Index on Tuesday it gained …

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The former Sault resident and daughter of a butcher is leading the 2023 vegan push

The former Sault resident and daughter of a butcher is leading the 2023 vegan push

Veganuary is now a global movement with participants from almost every single country and of these, Canada has the 18th largest number of participants. He grew up in Sault Ste. Marie with a father working as a butcher, Toni Vernelli loved eating meat. But it wasn’t long before she noticed that the food she was …

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