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Donuts for snooping

Tim Hortons has reached a half-baked settlement under some pretty stale privacy laws.
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Raising inflation chickens

Grocery bills are set to get even higher as grocers begin to process a backlog of requests from suppliers to increase prices. With food bills showing no sign of slowing, more people might be inclined to say “cluck it” and start their own farm at home.
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A billionaire bites the dust

Indian billionaire Gautam Adani was the world’s third-richest person just a week ago. He’s now (as of writing) down at 17th place… what happened here?
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The car math isn’t mathing like it used to

Get out of my dreams and into my car—once I can afford one. Road warriors and Sunday drivers can agree that buying a car is more expensive and confusing than ever before.
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Inflation and housing

Inflation is coming down, and the reason may lie in what’s happening in housing. 
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The US hikes rates

Stop us if you’ve heard this before: A central bank chair walks into a conference hall and delivers an interest rate hike…
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Social ads are down

Recent earnings reports give us a glimpse into how old-world social media platforms are adapting to a scary new world where ad revenue continues to fall.
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Banking on newcomers

TD Bank has sealed an exclusive advertising deal with the most popular immigration website you’ve (probably) never heard of.
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