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Dior celebrates sisterhood, 'impertinent' girls in Paris

Dior celebrates sisterhood, 'impertinent' girls in Paris

PARIS — Designer Maria Grazia Chiuri once again celebrated feminism and sisterhood in her collection for Christian Dior at Paris Fashion Week, delving into the independent youth subculture styles of 1950s Britain.
US appeals court clears AT&T's $81B purchase of Time Warner

US appeals court clears AT&T's $81B purchase of Time Warner

WASHINGTON — A federal appeals court on Tuesday cleared AT&T's takeover of Time Warner, rejecting the Trump administration's claims that the $81 billion deal will harm consumers and reduce competition in the TV industry. The ruling by the U.S.
New Brunswick seafood giant announces product line with Martha Stewart

New Brunswick seafood giant announces product line with Martha Stewart

SAINT JOHN, N.B. — A fast-growing New Brunswick seafood giant is partnering with lifestyle guru Martha Stewart for a new product line. Cooke Aquaculture Inc.
R. Kelly's affinity for McDonald's dates to childhood

R. Kelly's affinity for McDonald's dates to childhood

CHICAGO — When R.

B.C. moves on consumer protections with payday loan law amendments

VICTORIA — British Columbia is amending consumer protection law to offer more safeguards for people forced to turn to high-cost loan services and risk being caught in an endless cycle of debt payments.
Macy's announces multiyear restructuring plan

Macy's announces multiyear restructuring plan

NEW YORK — Macy's announced a multiyear money-saving restructuring program that it says will shrink its management structure and make the department store more nimble in a fiercely competitive environment.
Labour board rules Unifor labour actions against GM were unlawful

Labour board rules Unifor labour actions against GM were unlawful

TORONTO — The Ontario Labour Relations Board has ruled that members of Unifor engaged in unlawful strikes in their efforts to protest the planned closure of the General Motors assembly plant in Oshawa, Ont. The ruling, dated Feb.

Embraer shareholders approve jet joint venture with Boeing

CHICAGO — Shareholders of Brazilian aircraft maker Embraer have overwhelmingly approved spinning off the company's commercial-airplane unit into a joint venture dominated by Boeing Co.
BMO Q1 profit rises to $1.5 billion despite "challenging revenue environment"

BMO Q1 profit rises to $1.5 billion despite "challenging revenue environment"

TORONTO — While volatile market conditions have dampened Canadian lenders' latest results, the Bank of Montreal's first-quarter profit still blew past expectations on strength in the U.S.
Law firm seeks class-action against SNC-Lavalin in connection with charges

Law firm seeks class-action against SNC-Lavalin in connection with charges

SNC-Lavalin Group Inc. faces new legal troubles as a shareholder has initiated a class-action lawsuit in connection with the company's disclosure about the criminal charges against the embattled engineering firm.