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Google not looking to China for relaunch

CBJ — The CEO of Google says his company has “no plans” to relaunch a search engine in China though it is continuing to study the idea. Lawmakers and Google employees have [...]

Siemens Lands Huge Via Contract

CBJ — Siemens has been selected by Via Rail to carry out a $989-million contract to modernize its passenger rail service along Canada’s key rail corridor between Quebec City and [...]

Marriott and Starwood Face Lawsuit over Data Breach

CBJ — A class-action lawsuit by Canadians is moving ahead against Marriott International and Starwood Canada regarding a serious data breach. At least three proposed class actions have been [...]

Trump Would Intervene in Huawei Case to get China Trade Deal

CBJ — U.S. President Donald Trump says he would intervene in U.S. efforts to extradite Huawei Technologies executive Meng Wanzhou if it helped him win a trade deal with China. “If I think [...]

McDonald’s to cut Antibiotics

CBJ — McDonald’s has announced a plan for a phased reduction of antibiotics in beef, expanding a health-oriented reform to a new meat source other than chicken. The fast-food giant [...]

Trump Clashes with Schumer & Pelosi on Border Security

CBJ — There was an explosive, fiery exchange at the White House on Tuesday between President Donald Trump and Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and presumptive incoming [...]

Uber and Lyft Looking at IPO

CBJ — Both Uber and Lyft have made filings with the U.S. Securities Commission for an initial public offering. The two largest ride-hailing companies seem to be in a race to become the [...]

Posties Working 7 Days a Week

CBJ — In doing their part to clear a backlog and ensure Christmas parcels reach their destinations on time, postal workers in Canada are delivering parcels seven days, according to Mike [...]

Distrust for Google Widens

CBJ –There has been no shortage of criticisms for Google, the world’s largest search engine, and one of the largest and most influential companies in the world. However, the many [...]

Former Nissan Chair Indicted

CBJ — Nissan’s former chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn has been indicted by prosecutors in Tokyo for allegedly violating financial laws by under-reporting income. The charges allege the [...]

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