Element Ai Tapped To Study Human Rights Implications Of Sidewalk Labs Plan


Element AI tapped to study human rights implications of Sidewalk Labs plan: James McLeod



Waterfront Toronto says artificial intelligence startup has technical expertise to evaluate risks of data collection

Where is your money going? Try the 30-day anti-budget to rein in your spending: Larysa Harapyn



Paying attention to your money can save hundreds, maybe even thousands of dollars a year

Microsoft moves to erase its carbon footprint from the atmosphere in climate push: Reuters



Microsoft will invest US$1 billion over the next four years to speed up the development of carbon removal technology

Beware the pitfalls and perils of the gig economy: Larysa Harapyn



Employment lawyer Howard Levitt speaks about the rising gig economy workforce in Canada

U.S. Senate approves new NAFTA deal: Reuters



USMCA, Trump’s top legislative priority for the past year, cleared the Senate on an 89-10 vote and now heads to the president for his signature

Newton Glassman’s Gateway Casino deal offers little windfall for Catalyst Capital: Bloomberg News



Catalyst had once valued Gateway Casinos & Entertainment at $2.5 billion; the new owner values it at $1.46 billion, with debt

Burger King puts its plant-based Impossible Whopper on the value menu: Reuters



Plant-based fast foods are still more expensive on an average than regular meat offerings across restaurants

Lululemon used to be a niche player, now some think it could be the next Nike: Victor Ferreira



Six years ago, Lululemon’ stock looked tapped out; fast forward to 2020, it has almost quadrupled

Canada’s space industry set for relaunch decades after its biggest achievements: Special to Financial Post



Expertise in robotics, space medicine and artificial intelligence promises bold new business frontier

Canada’s place in space: Three questions with astronaut Chris Hadfield: Special to Financial Post



The former commander of the International Space Station, spoke with the Financial Post last December about Canada’s place in space

Canadian farmers left with more questions after U.S. and China sign long-awaited trade deal: Naomi Powell



The deal includes a list of U.S. products that will benefit from China’s purchase commitment, but does not include quantities. That’s a concern for Canada

‘Signing the deal is the easy part’: The $95-billion centrepiece of the U.S.-China trade pact is already in doubt: Bloomberg News



Most U.S. agricultural markets weakened, with traders saying they need to see actual evidence of increases in shipments for prices to make substantial gains

If you’re concerned about the ‘highly euphoric’ sentiment in markets, pick small caps, RBC says: Bloomberg News



Shares of smaller companies are deeply undervalued versus those of large ones, so positioning has 'more room to run,' RBC strategists said

Howard Levitt: I wouldn’t recommend my profession to anyone anymore. Here’s why: Howard Levitt



The legal market is shrinking, as most of the large Canadian listed companies when I began practicing no longer even exist

Competition Bureau investigating political parties over data collection practices: James McLeod



Complaint by Jim Balsillie’s Centre for Digital Rights alleges political parties misleading public over use of private data

Interest rates have been a tailwind for investors for 40 years. Will this be the decade that changes?: Tom Bradley



Tom Bradley: No matter how long the trend goes on, it’s wise to remember that rates are still a risk, not a given

Rogers officially activates Canada’s first 5G network, but customers can’t use it — yet: James McLeod



CEO says move as significant as when Rogers first went into wireless networks 35 years ago

Trump’s ‘big beautiful monster’ set to ease trade war today that has roiled markets and stunted global growth: Reuters



But tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods will stay in place for now

Juul Canada is halting production on fruit flavours as it attempts public ‘reset’: The Logic



The move comes as the federal government considers further restrictions on flavoured vape products amid growing concerns from health-care professionals and advocacy groups

Entrepreneurs are planning to invest in 2020, despite economic naysaying, BDC study finds: Barbara Shecter



Entrepreneurs entered the year feeling more pessimistic, but those in the manufacturing and services sectors still expect sales to grow



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