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Newbie Activist Investor D.E. Shaw Settles With Lowe's' The home-improvement retailer agrees to put three dissident directors on the company's board, including a big investor and David Batchelder, co-founder of the now-defunct, trailblazing activist fund Relational Investors.<" https://www.thestreet.com/story/14455330/1/newbie-activist-d-e-shaw-settle-with-lowe-s.html?puc=_htmlicymi_pla4&cm_ven=EMAIL_htmlicymi&tstmem=68507854&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=ICYMI&utm_term=Newbie+Activist+Investor+D.E.+Shaw+Settles+With+Lowe%27s">Read in full

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50 Cent's habits include 9 hours of sleep and an egg-white breakfast

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US government proposes new rules for hog slaughter. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Federal government regulators proposed changes Friday in the way most hogs slaughtered for meat in the United States are processed in a series of new rules that officials say improve industry practices but critics say could imperil food safety. The new rules would...

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Protests planned for Tim Hortons across Canada today

The NCIX Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Surrey, Lansdowne & Langley Stores are closed for business, but we will get your order ready for pick up at our Richmond office. Our staff will contact customers who have pending purchase orders, pick ups or service orders.

The NCIX Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Surrey, Lansdowne & Langley Stores are closed for business, but we will get your order ready for pick up at our Richmond office. Our staff will contact customers who have pending purchase orders, pick ups or service orders.

Charging drivers by kilometre, new tolls considered

Statement by Canada on U.S. countervailing duties on imports of Canadian uncoated groundwood paper

THE STREET - Sears just reported a terrible holiday season. Bond yields are soaring and investors should be scared.

Now's the time to buy the 'Amazon' of China

Costco recalls some Kirkland Signature croissants that may contain plastic

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U.S. Firms Interested In Boosting Presence in Iraq, Especially Oil, Gas Presence.

Posted: 04 Jan 2018 12:00 PM PST - U.S. companies are eager to strengthen bilateral cooperation with Iraq in all industry sectors, especially in oil and gas, the Iraqi Ministry of Oil said on Thursday after U.S.Ambassador to Iraq, Douglas Silliman, met with Iraq Oil Minister Jabbar Al-Luiebi. Al-Luiebi invited U.S. companies to take part in tenders called by the Iraqi oil ministry, and said that Iraq was preparing more favorable work conditions for foreign companiesinvesting and doing business in Iraq. The two U.S. supermajors, ExxonMobil and Chevron, already have operations in... .

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Oil And Gas Run Low As East Coast Sees Record Snowfall. By Zainab Calcuttawala - Jan 05, 2018, 3:00 AM CST

Utility Companies HATE This New Power Source (But Tech Companies Are Investing Millions) Thanks to a revelatory breakthrough in chemical engineering, a supply of this "universal" fuel has been unleashed... one that’s capable of powering the globe for over 36,000 years. Yet D.C. lobbyists made $400 million by preventing this innovation from going mainstream.

By Zainab Calcuttawala - Jan 05, 2018, 3:00 AM CST

Sears and Kmart brands: A disappearing act this holiday season

10 Differences between the middle-class and rich people

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When is a sale not a sale?

Trump Just Gave Rich Hedge Fund Managers an Awesome Christmas Gift. Activist hedge funds could be hurt, but a loophole may help them. Private equity, real estate and venture capital investments benefit from the final package.

Ikea's tax affairs to be investigated by the EU.The Commission said Ikea may have been given an unfair tax advantage in the Netherlands.

3 Things to Know About the Stock Market Before Tomorrow Happens

Zang warns of economic implosion. Enjoy your Christmas because all bets are off in 2018.

Miami's Cruise Industry Gave $23,500 to Senator Who Stopped New Cruise Tax

U.S. agency votes against Canadian softwood. Canada's softwood lumber industry suffered another blow after the U.S. International Trade Commission unanimously voted Thursday that its imports have harmed the American lumber industry. In a 4-0 vote, the agency sided with the U.S. lumber coalition.

GE to cut 12,000 jobs in power business revamp

The World's Largest Starbucks Just Opened in Shanghai, and We Have 1 Word Wow! No matter how many Starbucks stores you've been to, you've definitely never seen one like this. The world's largest ... Read More

Carbon tax in Saskatchewan's climate change strategy

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