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Employees at some Tim Hortons reportedly see benefits cut over minimum wage hike

Employees who work at Tim Hortons locations in Canada owned by the co-founders’ children will reportedly see their benefits reduced along with paid breaks over the country’s $2.40 increase to minimum wage.

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CRYPTO: How the heck do I buy Ripple?

It appears the seal has been broken on the crypto currencies market. For the outsider, “crypto currency” is a term that sounds similar to a villain in a Batman movie. To the insider, it is the future of value

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US retail sales rose for 2nd month led by cars, clothes

WASHINGTON –  U.S. retail sales rose at a solid pace last month, as bullish consumers bought more cars, furniture and clothes.   Retail sales increased 0.2 percent in October, the Commerce Departmen

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Papa John’s apologizes for CEO’s ‘divisive’ NFL anthem remarks, supports player’s ‘right to protest’

Two weeks after frozen pizza retailer DiGiorno chided Papa John’s on Twitter for the chain’s self-reported sales slump amidst the NFL’s national anthem protest controversy, Papa John’s h

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Black Friday's biggest deals and savings

Concerned about Black Friday shopping? Customers figuring out what gifts to buy friends and family can already start taking advantage of holiday deals.   Thanksgiving is on Nov. 23 -- but retailers have alread

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Apple's offshore move has allegedly helped save them billions in taxes

Apple quietly sidestepped a crackdown on its much-maligned Ireland tax avoidance practice by moving its overseas operation to the tax haven of the Channel Island of Jersey, documents leaked from an offshore law