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Cara Operations signs deal to buy steakhouse chain Keg Restaurants Ltd.
TORONTO -- Cara Operations Ltd. has signed an agreement to acquire steakhouse chain Keg Restaurants Ltd. (KRL) in a deal worth at least $200 million in shares and cash.
Cara Operations set to swallow upscale competitor the Keg  The Globe and Mail
Cara buys The Keg for $200M, adding to restaurant empire  BNN
All of Elon Musk's salary and bonuses tied to Tesla's performance
Silicon valley billionaire Elon Musk will get no salary or cash bonuses from Tesla Inc and all his compensation as chief executive of the electric car maker will be tied to stock and operational milestones, the company said on Tuesday.
Big pay package for Musk, with even bigger goals for Tesla  Financial Post
Tesla: Elon Musk links long-term pay to company's growth  BBC News
Five solar firms that actually stand to gain from Trump's tariff
U.S. President Donald Trump just decided to slap tariffs on solar equipment imported into America for four years. There are plenty of losers from the decision: Chinese manufacturers, U.S.
Trump's solar tariffs could put the breaks on rapid job growth in ...  CNBC
'America First' tariffs on imports spark Asia outcry  BBC News
Husky shakes up top brass, in wake of SeaRose suspension
Husky Energy has appointed a new senior vice-president who will be in charge of the Atlantic region - in the wake of a scathing report from the C-NLOPB and a shutdown of oil production on the SeaRose FPSO.
NEW Husky Energy Replaces Atlantic VP Following Iceberg Incident  VOCM
How Kathleen Wynne can take a bite out of Tim Hortons in minimum wage fight
... ( June 3, 2014. Toronto, ON ) Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne speaks to the media after the televised Ontario Leadership Election Debate held at the CBC studios in Toronto.
Ontario minimum wage hike trickles up to higher earners, over to other provinces
Liberal smokescreen should dissipate before election  Kapuskasing Northern Times
Twitter COO Anthony Noto resigns to join online lender SoFi
Twitter Inc's Chief Operating Officer Anthony Noto resigned to join online lender Social Finance Inc (SoFi) as its chief executive officer, sending the microblogging site's shares down more than 3 per cent in early trading on Tuesday.
Twitter shares knocked as chief operating officer leaves to take top job at SoFi  Financial Post
Anthony Noto leaves Twitter for top job at SoFi  Financial Times
What it's like to work at Netflix's dying DVD business
While Netflix's streaming service is booming, its DVD-rental service continues to bleed users, losing nearly 200,000 subscribers in the last three months and 4.8 million in the last five years.
Tuesday's analyst upgrades and downgrades  The Globe and Mail
Skeptics, Step Aside: Here's Why Netflix Keeps Defying All Growth ...  Fast Company
Rogers Media cuts ties with Vice Canada, pulls Viceland channel off the air
Boundary-pushing TV channel Viceland is slated to cease broadcasting as of March 31, as Rogers Media Inc. and Vice Canada end their three-year-old, $100-million partnership.
Five things you should know before you start your work day on Jan. 23  Financial Post
Rogers cuts ties with Vice Media Canada  The Globe and Mail
Rising Ontario household debt expected to go higher by 2021: FAO
A report by the Financial Accountability Office of Ontario shows household debt is rising and is expected to further go up by 2021.
Ontarians are going deeper into debt: FAO  Toronto Sun
Household debt growing in Ontario, creating risk for broader economy: FAO  Financial Post
Who's Trading Bitcoin? South Korea Wants To Know
South Korea is requiring that anonymous transactions involving cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin be made traceable and that exchanges for digital currencies be subject to a 24.2 percent tax.
Why South Korea Is Banning All Foreigners From Trading Cryptocurrency  Forbes
Bitcoin price latest: Cryptocurrency plunges as traders in South Korea ...  The Independent