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Can we talk? Why pay equity discussion important for both employers, employees

Can we talk? Why pay equity discussion important for both employers, employees

TORONTO — In a world where actor Mark Wahlberg can get $1.5 million to reshoot a movie scene while co-star Michelle Williams gets only $1,000 for the same gig, it's clear pay scales are sometimes seriously unbalanced.
TMX Group sells stake in fixed income index business, terms not disclosed

TMX Group sells stake in fixed income index business, terms not disclosed

TORONTO — TMX Group Ltd. has sold its minority stake in its fixed income index business to FTSE International Ltd., which will now assume complete ownership of FTSE TMX Global Debt Capital Markets Ltd.
Another Trump trade war, this time with Rwanda over clothes

Another Trump trade war, this time with Rwanda over clothes

KAMPALA, Uganda — The sweaty mechanic tossed aside the used jeans one by one, digging deep through the pile of secondhand clothes that are at the centre of another, if little-noticed, Trump administration trade war.
Guitar makers hit hard by new regulations on prized rosewood

Guitar makers hit hard by new regulations on prized rosewood

CONCORD, N.H.
Guitar makers hit hard by new regulations on prized rosewood

Guitar makers hit hard by new regulations on prized rosewood

CONCORD, N.H.
Guitar makers hit hard by new regulations on prized rosewood

Guitar makers hit hard by new regulations on prized rosewood

CONCORD, N.H.
Takata acquired by Key Safety Systems, president resigns

Takata acquired by Key Safety Systems, president resigns

TOKYO — Takata Corp., the Japanese air bag maker embroiled in a massive global recall linked to at least 22 deaths, said Thursday that its president has resigned now that its acquisition by U.S.

Russian meddling? Resignation? Zuckerberg notes have answers

WASHINGTON — Here's what Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wanted members of Congress to know about the scandal in which Cambridge Analytica used the massive social platform to access 87 million users: He made mistakes.

Zuckerberg faces 'Grandpa' questions from lawmakers

NEW YORK — Mark Zuckerberg faced two days of grilling before House and Senate committees Tuesday and Wednesday to address Facebook's privacy issues and the need for more regulation for the social media site.
AP FACT CHECK: Facebook makes shaky data and privacy claims

AP FACT CHECK: Facebook makes shaky data and privacy claims

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made several assertions about Facebook's data collection and privacy controls during two days of hearings on Capitol Hill.