U.S., Uk To Sign Deal To Get Data Faster From Tech Firms In Security Cases - Financial Post


PC maker HP to cut up to 9,000 jobs in restructuring push: Reuters



HP estimates the plan will result in annual gross run rate savings of about US$1 billion by the end of fiscal 2022

When it comes to the economy, the Liberals deserve to lose the election: Special to Financial Post



Opinion: Even the Liberals themselves tacitly concede the economy hasn't performed well on their watch, saying 'middle-class families are feeling stretched'

Is WeWork a disruptor or just another real estate company? Billions of dollars ride on the answer: Tom Bradley



Tom Bradley: Is WeWork the next Amazon — or the next Valeant?

Toronto firm gears up to launch $2.8M esports racing arena in Miami: Colin McClelland



Millennial Esports is betting on the rapid professionalization of an industry that’s set to more than double from its 2017 size to be valued at more than US$1.5 billion globally next year

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U.S., UK to sign deal to get data faster from tech firms in security cases - Financial Post:



WASHINGTON — The United States and United Kingdom plan to sign a special data agreement on Thursday that would fast track requests from law enforcement to technology companies for information…

Shopify begins building a team in China amid global expansion push: The Logic



Shopify is recruiting a head of business development to forge partnerships in China’s competitive online shopping space

New rules governing how financial advisers deal with clients coming in December: Barbara Shecter



Canadian regulators stopped short of imposing a fiduciary or ‘best interest’ standard on all investment advisers

Why an early Bitcoin millionaire says he’s lost his ‘love for the industry’: Bloomberg News



Jered Kenna got into the Bitcoin industry not to make money, but to change the world

U.S. regulator fines RBC Capital Markets $6.7 million for unlawful trades: Reuters



At least 385 non-competitive, fictitious or unlawful trades

Facebook can be forced to remove content worldwide after landmark EU court ruling: Reuters



Facebook slams ruling, saying it's not the role of social platforms to monitor, interpret and remove speech that may be illegal in any particular country

The chameleon effect: Why investors need to understand the indices their passive ETFs track: Victor Ferreira



Retail investors who buy passive ETFs may wind up with exposure to particular stocks or markets that they are not fond of

B.C. regulator issues warning over pair of crypto wallets promising hefty ‘earnings’: Victor Ferreira



BCSC suggests people approach two crypto wallet apps it likens to pyramid schemes with 'extreme caution'

All the reasons why Canada needs immigration — and more of it: Gabriel Friedman



As population sees record growth driven by new immigrants, economists say they're crucial to keeping things like pensions and health care stable

U.S. widens trade war with tariffs on European planes, cheese, whisky to punish subsidies: Reuters



WTO gives green light for tariffs on $7.5 billion worth of goods

William Watson: An election theme emerges — we demand the government give us stuff, now: William Watson



After decades of politicians pandering to us as special interest groups, we respond by demanding whatever favours we think we can get out of them

The chameleon effect: Why investors need to understand the indices their passive ETFs track: Victor Ferreira



Retail investors who buy passive ETFs may wind up with exposure to particular stocks or markets that they are not fond of

Zero-commission stock trading revolution sweeps the U.S., but Canadian investors may have to wait: Geoff Zochodne



'We had enough trouble to getting to $10 over time. We don't have order flow like the U.S. has'

New shareholder calls Baker’s HBC offer ‘clearly inadequate’: Barbara Shecter



Paradise Developments: 'Offer doesn’t come close to cover the value of HBC’s real estate and any of its upside potential'

‘Most likely outcome is it dies’: New NAFTA ratification in doubt as Trump impeachment gains momentum: Naomi Powell



Some are still optimistic: 'Elected officials can walk and chew gum at the same time'

B.C.’s rural municipalities warn Victoria not to forget ‘resource roots’ as city eyes lawsuit against Big Oil: Geoffrey Morgan



Vancouver and Victoria have 'completely forgotten' that the province still runs on natural resource extraction and exports, says the mayor of a rural B.C. city



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