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Uber paid hackers $100000 to keep massive 2016 data breach secret
This June 21, 2017, file photo shows the building that houses the headquarters of Uber, in San Francisco. Eric Risberg/AP. Jim Finkle and Heather Somerville.
Uber reveals coverup of hack affecting 57M riders worldwide  CTV News
Uber reveals 2016 hack, reports say it paid $100000 to cover up  Globalnews.ca
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Andy Byford leaving the TTC for a job with New York City Transit
The departing CEO drew praise from the mayor and other politicians on Tuesday after announcing he will be leaving Toronto to take what he described as “arguably the toughest job in transit right now.
TTC CEO Andy Byford stepping down after 5 years to lead New York City Transit  CBC.ca
Andy Byford shows how effective leadership is the better way for the TTC  The Globe and Mail
CRA blocks calls, often gives taxpayers wrong information, auditor says
The Canada Revenue Agency headquarters in Ottawa is pictured on November 4, 2011. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick. Michelle Zilio.
Canada Revenue Agency unable to handle high call volumes: auditor general  Toronto Star
Canadians getting bad advice from the taxman, when they can get through: auditor  Financial Post
US plans to scrap Obama-era net neutrality rules
The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission unveiled plans on Tuesday to scrap landmark 2015 rules intended to ensure a free and open internet, moving to give broadband service providers sweeping power over what content consumers can ...
FCC Plans Net Neutrality Repeal in a Victory for Telecoms  New York Times
FCC chairman sets out to scrap open internet access rules  National Post
Ikea reminds customers about Malm dresser recall after 8th child dies
Ikea is reminding people about its recall of 29 million Malm chests and dressers after news Tuesday that another child, died earlier this year when one of them fell on them.
Ikea furniture has killed eight children. Millions of recalled dressers may ...  Washington Post
Eighth child death from fallen IKEA dresser prompts recall reminder  CNN
Plain covers, tobacco-style warnings part of proposed regulations for legal ...
Health Canada offered hints Tuesday about the government's plans for legal pot, including, plain packaging and stern, stark health warnings like those found on tobacco products.
Government releases suite of cannabis regulations for public consultation  TheChronicleHerald.ca
California pot rules open way for potentially larger fields  Press Herald
Alberta premier tells Ottawa to 'step up' to get pipelines built
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley is using her cross-Canada speaking tour to take aim at everyone from the federal government and her own national party to activists opposed building more pipelines.
Notley challenges Trudeau government to 'step up' in defence of ...  Calgary Herald
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley champions Trans Mountain pipeline in Ottawa  Globalnews.ca
TSX up in broad-based advance, as US stocks hit new record highs
TORONTO - It was a positive day on both sides of the border as Canada's main stock index pushed higher and U.S. stocks hit new record highs.
TSX notches 12-day high on broad rally led by materials  Reuters Canada
At the open: TSX rises broadly led by energy stocks  The Globe and Mail
Quebec to cut income taxes, reimburse school costs
Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitao outlines details as he presents a financial update, at a news conference at the legislature in Quebec City, on Nov. 21, 2017.
Quebec Rolls Out Pre-Election Tax Cut, Plans to Borrow More  Bloomberg
Quebec finance minister set to announce personal income tax cuts today  CanadianBusiness.com
Crude prices sink despite Keystone XL pipeline approval
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South Dakota regulators say they could revoke Keystone permit after spill  Reuters
Why the Keystone spill poses a serious problem for the whole oil sands sector  Macleans.ca