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Italian regulator investigates Google over digital ads

Italian regulator investigates Google over digital ads

ROME — Italian regulators opened an investigation Wednesday into Google over alleged abuse of its dominant role in the country's online ad market, adding to the global scrutiny that the Silicon Valley company is facing.
N.B. seafood giant Cooke buys insolvent U.S. fish processor, expands global reach

N.B. seafood giant Cooke buys insolvent U.S. fish processor, expands global reach

BLACKS HARBOUR, N.B. — A division of New Brunswick seafood giant Cooke Inc. has acquired Mariner Seafood LLC of New Bedford, Mass., expanding the family-owned company's operations in the United States.
General Electric's 3Q adjusted profit surprises Wall Street

General Electric's 3Q adjusted profit surprises Wall Street

General Electric narrowed its losses in its third quarter as it trimmed expenses and managed to post an adjusted profit that surprised Wall Street. GE lost $1.19 billion, or 14 cents per share, for the three months ended Sept. 30.
If Trump wanted people to avoid '60 Minutes,' it didn't work

If Trump wanted people to avoid '60 Minutes,' it didn't work

NEW YORK — President Donald Trump can still be a potent television draw, although in the case of “60 Minutes” this past week, it probably wasn't what he intended. The 17.
Qatar apologizes, investigates forced airport examinations

Qatar apologizes, investigates forced airport examinations

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Qatar apologized Wednesday after authorities forcibly examined female passengers from a Qatar Airways flight to Sydney to try to identify who might have given birth to an abandoned newborn baby, even as Australia said it
Here's why Ant Group is about to shatter IPO records

Here's why Ant Group is about to shatter IPO records

HONG KONG — Stella Su, who lives and works in Shanghai, has used an ATM only once in the past year.
Governor bans indoor dining in Chicago as virus cases surge

Governor bans indoor dining in Chicago as virus cases surge

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Surging COVID-19 cases in Chicago prompted Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Tuesday to ban indoor dining and bar services and limit the number of people gathering in one place.
HBC sues landlord of Yorkdale, Square One claiming failure to run 'first class' malls

HBC sues landlord of Yorkdale, Square One claiming failure to run 'first class' malls

TORONTO — Hudson's Bay Co. has filed a lawsuit against the landlord of several of its department stores, alleging a failure to operate and maintain "first class shopping centres.

Most actively traded companies on the Toronto Stock Exchange

TORONTO — Some of the most active companies traded Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange: Toronto Stock Exchange (16,020.94, down 58.61 points.) Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSX:CVE). Energy. Up 30 cents, or 6.7 per cent, to $4.77 on 14 million shares.
North American stock markets flat a week ahead of U.S. election

North American stock markets flat a week ahead of U.S. election

TORONTO — North American stock markets were relatively flat Tuesday with corporate earnings dictating the share performance of individual companies.