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U.S. duties on softwood lumber brings price surge, profit to Canada

WINNIPEG—Donald Trump’s policy on trade since becoming U.S. president has been all about putting “America First.” But in one corner of the commodity world, his actions are having the opposite effect. In a move intended to protect the domestic lumber industry, the U.S. this year slapped duties of as much as 31 per cent on imports of timber from Canada, which …

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What does the future of online transactions look like?

One of the most exciting things about the future looming over us is the ability to use what we know now to predict what could happen. The autonomic revolution is already underway – with self-driving cars, and automated machinery on the rise. But what does the future look like in way of making payments? We’ve seen evidence that change is possible …

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Jays’ Joe Biagini crumbles in run-heavy loss to Twins

MINNEAPOLIS — This is all you need to know about the latest Joe Biagini as starting pitcher experiment for the Blue Jays on Sunday afternoon at Target Field: Third baseman Josh Donaldson hit a pair of home runs in the first two innings and at the end of it his team still trailed the Twins 7-5. Yep, it was a …

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How to stop making your bank even richer: Vaz-Oxlade

Banks are some of the most profitable businesses in this country. Are you making them rich? The profits banks make off the fees and interest are astounding. And you know what? You’re probably contributing in no small way to that profitability with your penchant for using credit and your apathy towards fees. First up are all the idiots who pay …

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Sexual harassment, aggressive behaviour claims hang over SoFi CEO

SAN FRANCISCO—For months, the text messages came. Some were flirtatious, asking her to meet him late at night. Sometimes, the texts were sexually explicit. The messages were directed at Laura Munoz, an executive assistant at the online lending startup Social Finance. The texts were from her boss, Mike Cagney, the company’s chief executive, according to five people who spoke with …

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Why September is the cruellest month for investors: Pape

September and October aren’t only the worst months for hurricanes. They’re also bad for the stock markets. According to data compiled by the Yardeni Research, a U.S. company whose reports are widely used by financial professionals, over the years from 1928 to 2016 the S&P 500 lost an average of 1.1 per cent in September. No other month even comes …

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Simmons: Don’t get too excited about these Blue Jays callups

Pat Gillick is forever in my head. I can still hear him telling me, and anyone else who would listen, to never believe anything you see in spring training or September baseball. And because it was Gillick talking, the Hall of Fame architect of three World Series winners in Toronto and Philadelphia and playoffs teams in Baltimore and Seattle, including …

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Security experts ask why Equifax breach was so extensive

SAN FRANCISCO—How could this happen? Other than how to protect themselves that’s the question on everyone’s mind about a security breach that could put as many as 143 million Americans at financial risk for the rest of their lives. On Tuesday, credit reporting company Equifax told USA TODAY the breach was due to an Apache Struts vulnerability. Apache Struts is …

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U.S. senators seek investigation of Equifax stock sales following data breach

WASHINGTON—More than one-third of U.S. senators want the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Department of Justice to get to the bottom of whether Equifax Inc. managers violated insider trading laws when they sold stock days after the company found out it was hacked. Thirty-six lawmakers, consisting of mostly Democrats and some Republicans, signed letters sent to the agencies and the …

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The Snap: Alouettes’ notebook

VANCOUVER — Samuel Giguère missed most of training camp with a hamstring injury, returned Aug. 19 at Toronto, has played three games and hasn’t been the same since. The speedy Canadian receiver has caught a sole six-yard pass. But he has been targeted eight times in total and has been guilty of several dropped balls. But rather than throwing him …

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