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More horrors at every turn: Uber's shocking hacking mess just one more setback ...
Uber's had one disaster after another, leading to boycotts, lawsuits, criminal probes, an executive exodus and an investor-led mutiny against the co-founder.
BNN's Daily Chase: Uber data breach clean up; national housing strategy ...  BNN
Uber's Big Problem Is a Culture of Dishonesty  Bloomberg
Rachel Notley urges political foes, allies to support Alberta pipeline projects
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley issued warnings to all political parties to take off their partisan blinders or both the environment and Canada's energy industry will fail.
Rachel Notley advocates for new pipelines during cross-country tour  The Globe and Mail
Pipelines still have key role to play  Lethbridge Herald
Loblaws pitches upgraded loyalty program for $9.99 a month for premium perks
Loblaws is launching a fee-based subscription program targeting its existing loyalty program members that sweetens the pot for them in terms of rewards, in exchange for an ongoing fee.
Competition Bureau drops Loblaw investigation over lack of evidence  The Globe and Mail
Competition Bureau drops civil probe of Loblaw abuse of dominance probe  CTV News
Key points from budget 2017 – at a glance
The chancellor, Philip Hammond, has unveiled the budget. These are the main points, with political analysis. Autumn budget 2017: reaction and analysis - live.
Autumn Budget 2017: Chancellor Philip Hammond's speech in full  City A.M.
Budget 2017: Hammond reveals sharp cut in growth forecasts  Financial Times
Net neutrality: why are Americans so worried about it being scrapped?
Most of the world won't be affected by the changes, so are they such a problem? No, if you are a tech monopoly - but yes if you don't want a two-tier internet.
US plans to scrap Obama-era net neutrality rules
Net neutrality repeal will let big companies control what people do online ...
Deloitte report urges Canadian companies to be more courageous about diversity
MONTREAL -- Canadian business leaders need to take "courageous" actions to make sure their companies are more diverse and inclusive in order to remain competitive amid demographic and technological changes in the workplace, according to a new report ...
Deloitte says Canada's future prosperity demands we get inclusion right ...  Digital Journal
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 for job with New York City transit  CTV News
Andy Byford shows how effective leadership is the better way for the TTC  The Globe and Mail
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.
How much pot do you smoke? StatsCan wants to know  CTV News
Health Canada Launches Public Consultation on Proposed Approach to the ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
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
Ikea drawers will not be recalled in Australia despite relaunch of US recall  The Sydney Morning Herald
Meg Whitman stepping down as HP Enterprise CEO
Meg Whitman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, attends the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, Jan. 18, 2017.
Whitman's surprise exit stumps Wall Street, shares fall  Reuters Canada
CEO Meg Whitman: Antonio Neri is the right person to take HPE to the next level  CNBC