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 Cast members of Cirque Du Soleil perform in 'Cirque Du Soleil's Totem' dress rehearsal at Alexandra Park on August 21, 2014 in Auckland, New Zealand.

Cirque du Soleil sells to private equity groups

Apr 20, 2015
A $1.5 billion sale is far from the group's humble origins.
Posted In: cirque du soleil, private equity, Canada, Quebec
A freight train pulling out of the Hess Gas Plant in Tioga, North Dakota, 2013.

Canada proposes tougher standards for oil tankers

Mar 16, 2015
Stricter rules are likely south of the border too.
Posted In: Canada, trains, oil tankers
A Target in Springfield, Virginia

Target to close its stores in Canada

Jan 15, 2015
Supply-chain problems left Canadian Targets thinly stocked, disappointing shoppers.
Posted In: Target, Canada, downsize
Freshly brewed coffee.

Coffee engineered to put you to sleep. Seriously.

Dec 16, 2014
Counting Sheep Coffee comes in two varieties: Bedtime Blend/40 Winks and Lights Out.
Posted In: coffee, dragon's den, Amazon, Canada

The numbers for October 22, 2014

Oct 22, 2014
Four in 10 people say they've been harassed online. Let's do the numbers.
Posted In: Canada, washington post, online bullying, harassment

Railroads profit from energy boom

Oct 13, 2014
Canadian Pacific Railway reportedly approached CSX about a merger.
Posted In: Canada, crude oil, train

Your sunscreen is way out of date

Sep 18, 2014
The FDA has banned certain chemicals that other countries find perfectly legal.
Posted In: sunscreen, politics, Congress, Canada
Burger King

Forget the Whopper. How about doughnuts and coffee?

Aug 25, 2014
What Burger King stands to gain from Tim Hortons.
Posted In: Burger King, breakfast, Canada

Canadian professors’ protest of president’s fat salary

Jun 30, 2014
How many degrees does it take to pull off a prank?
Posted In: Learning Curve, Canada
Sears Canada

Oh Canada... the black hole for U.S. stores

May 22, 2014
Why has Canada proved so difficult for U.S. business?
Posted In: Canada

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