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Credit score 'on steroids': How your secret consumer score could be used against you
Data analytics firms are tracking consumers' transactions — from food orders to clothes returns — and assigning buyers a numerical value. That hidden score could determine the kind of service consumers receive from retailers to insurance companies, says Laura Antonini.
Canadian Nationalist Party Leader Travis Patron charged after 2 women attacked in Regina
Israel violates international law with impunity, says human rights lawyer
I don't feel grief over my miscarriage, I feel guilt
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Impeachment by the numbers: Trump under the microscope as impeachment inquiry goes public
'You will see us on Saturday': Ron MacLean mum on what HNIC will look like post-Cherry
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Why Hong Kong student protests matter to markets and vice versa: Don Pittis
'I'm upset with all of it': Americans react with frustration, skepticism to Day 1 of impeachment testimony
For the opposition, a dilemma: work with Trudeau, or cut him down early?
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