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'I didn't ever try to commit fraud on anyone,' FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried says
The man at the centre of collapsed cryptocurrency exchange FTX made his first public appearance since the saga began, telling a New York audience on Wednesday that it was never his intention to commit fraud.
DoorDash laying off 1,250 people, about 6% of its workforce
DoorDash Inc. said on Wednesday it was cutting about 1,250 jobs, or six per cent of its total workforce, as the food-delivery company looks to keep a lid on costs to cope with a slowdown in demand.
These students are facing real-world economic pressures. Mandatory financial literacy classes may help
November is financial literacy month, and as economic matters have become more complex some experts say financial literacy courses should be compulsory at high schools across Canada, even as some provinces have updated financial education curriculum.
Alexa, is the voice-assistant industry doomed?
Bank of Canada lost $522M in 3rd quarter, marking first loss in its history
RBC to take over HSBC Canada in biggest ever deal for a domestic bank
Latest GDP numbers show Canada's economy is still growing, but signs of slowdown are everywhere
Who's really to blame for Taylor Swift's Ticketmaster fiasco?
Apple threatening to pull Twitter from its app store, Elon Musk alleges
Crypto lender BlockFi files for bankruptcy protection, caught in FTX fallout
Why it's so difficult for hundreds of remote communities to get off diesel power
Shopify won't cut ties with controversial Libs of TikTok
'Dirty debt secret' guides couple out of the red, others struggle to stay afloat
Hockey fans can likely bet on seeing more gambling-related advertising — for now
Motorcycle helmets bought from online platforms had counterfeit safety certifications, test finds
Twitter to grant 'amnesty' to accounts suspended for harassment, misinformation
Facing excess inventory and inflation-weary shoppers, retailers pitch Black Friday bargains
Only weeks after launch, TD hits pause on loan program partnering with Canada Post
From vacuums to air fryers, auction houses are cashing in on online shopping returns
Unionization push at Canadian Starbucks gaining steam but facing similar barriers to U.S. efforts
Unrest over COVID-19 policies and work conditions erupts into violence at Chinese iPhone factory