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Companies are, perhaps surprisingly, allowed to fire employees without cause, for just about any reason. The important thing to note is that if you’re fired without cause, the company is required to pay severance. A group of attorneys general are urging the Food and Drug Administration to “issue guidance to the baby food industry” regarding finished product testing for toxic elements.

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So much so that Capital One is willing to bet more than $30 billion that they won’t break the habit. Volkswagen Leans on Electric Vehicles and Nostalgia to Grow in U.S.It and other foreign automakers are trying to exploit upheaval caused by new technology to gain market share from their dominant rivals. In a presidential battleground state, electric vehicles have emerged as a contested piece of the economic future — a job-killer or a job-creator. The company raised $7.3 billion over the last year, as the lure of artificial intelligence changes Silicon Valley deal-making.

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A judge in British Columbia will decide next month whether to approve a multimillion-dollar settlement of a class-action lawsuit against Apple for allegedly slowing down older model iPhones with its software updates. Ontario Power Generation is moving ahead with a plan to extend the life of the aging Pickering Nuclear Generating Station by decades, as the province tries to secure more electricity supply in the face of increasing demand. It costs more than $1,300 per month in Canada to service all of a car’s needs, a new report has found. A personal finance expert says that new parents shouldn’t just plan for the short-term financial impact of having a child, but should also adjust their financial plans over the long term.

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The price of a plane ticket fell more than 14 per cent on average in January compared with a year earlier, according to new data from Statistics Canada. Unauthorized distribution, transmission or republication strictly prohibited. Govt to cap coal prices for domestic cement, fertilizer industries The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry has capped the coal price at $90 per ton for the domestic cement and fertilizer industry. Gojek, Grab, Bluebird lead way for EV adoption in Indonesia By replacing part of their fleets with electric vehicles, ride-hailing and taxi companies may create the critical mass in charging station demand to trigger widescale EV use in Indonesia.

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One automotive expert says that Canada’s immigration policy will help in addressing labour shortages in Canada’s EV industry. Canada’s largest grocery retailer is spending more than $2 billion to expand its empire with plans to build more than 40 new stores and renovate hundreds of others. Tax filing season has officially kicked off as Monday marked the first day that Canadians can begin filing their income tax returns online. Our top picks newsletter delivers analysis and stock recommendations from our Market Call guests. Our morning newsletter will keep you updated on program highlights of the day’s top stories.