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Major Canadian Franchise Drops Beyond Meat

They say the chain’s decision should not have a negative impact on Beyond Meat, a California-based company. For JoAnne Labrecque, a marketing professor at HEC Montréal, the chain may have reacted too quickly by adopting this type of…

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New York turns red with renewed trade tensions

The clues In Toronto, the S&P / TSX ended the session with a gain of 41 points, or 0.25%, to 16,899 points. In New York, the S&P 500 lost 14 points, or 0.49%, to 2,992 points. The Dow…

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Connected objects transmit data about the habits of their owners

Most connected devices routinely send behavioral data from their users to third parties, reveals a collaborative study between Northeastern University and Imperial College London. The research team from both universities tested 81 Internet-of-Things objects, including bells, refrigerators, televisions…

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GM stops production in Oshawa because of strike in the United States

The assembly of vehicles is suspended until further notice at the General Motors (GM) plant in Oshawa, Ontario, due to the strike of the automaker’s workers in the United States. “Plans are to resume production as soon as…

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New study suggests staying away from airplane water

You have probably never thought much about the quality of water in an airplane. Maybe it’s time for you to do it. A recent study classifies water served in major regional and US airlines. Drink if you are…

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Airbnb wants to make the jump on the stock market in 2020

The site of short-term rentals Airbnb announced in a statement Thursday that it intends to become a public company next year. The private company, founded in 2008 in San Francisco, has not specified in which stock market it…

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incognito mode coming to Google maps

The IT giant is considering a feature that would reduce the amount of data collected by the application. This stealthy browsing mode, similar to the one already available on Google Chrome, leaves no trace in the browsing history,…

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Prices at the pump will continue to rise after the attack in Saudi Arabia

Canadians could see gasoline prices rise by 5 to 12 cents per liter in the coming days as oil prices rise after an attack that hit oil facilities in Saudi Arabia badly, according to an analysis. carried out…

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Mitsubishi Aircraft opens a research and development center Canada

The aerospace division of Japanese automaker Mitsubishi will invest up to $ 135 million in Boisbriand in a new research and development center that will ultimately create 250 new jobs in the Montreal area. The management of the…

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Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo Challenge US Customs Taxes

Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo have asked the US authorities to remove video game consoles from the list of products hit by potential new taxes on imports from China, according to a letter made public Wednesday. After a first…

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