Women’s pro soccer is coming to Canada

After the Canadian men’s national soccer team flamed out of the World Cup, a new group is trying to keep the fever alive and well… only with a focus on women players.
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Salesforce executives jump ship

A corporate one-two punch has left the executive bench at Salesforce looking a bit empty
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Hertz pays out on false arrest settlement

Rental cars can be the worst. Be it lumpy seats, a lingering odour from previous passengers, or, if you use Hertz, the potential of being arrested for a crime you didn’t commit.  
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Volkswagen sets its sights on Canada

Volkswagen is setting its sights on Canada for a new electric vehicle (EV) battery factory after a recently signed agreement effectively added the country to a shortlist of potential locations for the company’s expansion to North America.
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Rising rates drive exceptional earnings for banks

You won’t be surprised to hear that Canada’s big banks are raking in cash during a positive earnings season, but some are doing unusually well and have higher interest rates to thank.
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Ski-Doo’s big year

Tough economic times mean that consumers have to take a good, hard look at what they buy, limiting purchases to only the essentials like groceries, rent, and… snowmobiles?
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Get even bigger or go home

RBC is already the country’s largest bank by assets ($1.71T), but just because you’re the biggest doesn’t mean you can’t get even bigger.
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Not enough remote work

Workers may want to stay remote, but employers want them in the office—and more job postings insist on just that, making fully remote (and sought-after) gigs harder to come by.
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The future of streaming is… theatres?

 It’s been an up-and-down year for streamers as they struggle to diversify revenue streams. Now a radical, unprecedented idea has come to the fore: Playing movies in movie theatres.  
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Climate change’s unexpected impact on the art world

When insurance giants listed “climate change” as their biggest concern in a recent survey, they probably didn’t expect the headache that protests against climate change would bring.
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