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Royal Bank deemed 'too big to fail' by global banking watchdog
The Royal Bank of Canada has been added to a list of 30 of the world's most systemically important banks. The designation, by the Swiss-based Financial Stability Board, means that Canada's largest lender is big enough and important enough to have a ...
RBC joins ranks of global banks deemed 'too big to fail'  The Globe and Mail
RBC added to Financial Stability Board list of 30 systemically important banks  MetroNews Canada
Canada NewsWire (press release)  
Cost to fix Phoenix pay system to surpass $540 million, auditor general says
OTTAWA - The federal government's chronic salary struggles could be on the verge of ballooning into a billion-dollar boondoggle, the auditor general says in a scathing review that hints the entire system should be scrapped.
Editorial: Phoenix goes from bad to worse  Ottawa Citizen
Loblaw looks to lure consumers with fee-based loyalty program
The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. close panel. � 2017 The Globe and Mail Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Loblaws pitches upgraded loyalty program for $9.99 a month for premium perks  CBC.ca
CANADA: Loblaw Trials New Subscription Scheme  Namnews
Ikea again announces dresser recall after death of 8th child
NEW YORK - Ikea has relaunched the recall of 29 million chests and dressers following the death of an eighth child. CEO Lars Petersson said the company wants to increase awareness of the recall for several types of chest and dressers that can easily ...
Ikea recalls dresser again after death of 8th child  ABC News
RECALL ALERT: IKEA relaunches dresser recall after 8th child fatality reported  KFDA
Competition Bureau drops civil probe of Loblaw over anti-competitive actions
TORONTO -- The Competition Bureau has completed an investigation into Loblaw and says it has concluded that no further action is warranted under the civil provisions of the Competition Act.
NewsAlert: Competition Bureau says no further action required against Loblaw  News1130
Competition Bureau completes civil investigation into Loblaw  Canada NewsWire (press release)
One thing Keystone XL can't do for Canada? Wean it off the US
While approval of the project in Nebraska was welcomed by Alberta and its producers, it came also as a reminder that Canada hasn't been able to clear two crucial projects within its own soil, to ship crude to other markets from its own ports.
Keystone XL clears final hurdle only to see more hurdles  CBC.ca
Three things TransCanada must do to keep growing its dividend  BNN
Canadian wholesale sales fall 1.2 per cent in September
The agency says the drop came as five of seven subsectors fell, led by the personal and household goods and the food, beverage and tobacco subsectors.
Canada September wholesale trade down 1.2% on household goods, food  BNN
Canada: Wholesale Trade, September 2017  MarketPulse (blog)
George Weston posts 3Q profit
The Toronto-based company said it had profit of $2.59 per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to $1.71 per share.
George Weston Limited (WN) Given New C$144.00 Price Target at Royal Bank Of ...  The Ledger Gazette
Law likely on AT&T's side in Time Warner battle: analysts
AT&T Inc is likely to emerge victorious from a legal fight with the United States Department of Justice over its $85.4 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc, analysts said in a series of research notes on Tuesday.
After US pushback, AT&T prepares to fight for Time Warner  National Post
AT&T counsel Dan Petrocelli, an ex-Trump attorney, calls DOJ's suit ...  CNBC
Google plans to 'de-rank' Russia Today and Sputnik to combat misinformation
Schmidt described the previous approach of the technology industry to misinformation as 'naive'. Photograph: Fayez Nureldine/AFP/Getty Images.
Google to 'de-rank' stories from Russia Today and Sputnik  Telegraph.co.uk
As Google Vows To Derank Russian News Sites, Russia Threatens Tit For Tat  Forbes