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MIT announces plan to combat climate change, but won't divest from fossil fuel companies

BOSTON - The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is launching a five-year plan to combat climate change but says it won't divest its $124 billion endowment from fossil fuels

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Toronto developers outline plan for condos, apartments on downtown parcel

TORONTO - A group of real estate companies have reached a deal for redeveloping a parcel of land in downtown Toronto, just north of the railway corridor and near the CN Tower

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Nine out of ten companies failing to plan for low-carbon economy despite recognising need to tackle climate change

More than a third of business leaders do not see climate change and the transition to a low-carbon economy as a concern

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China in numbers: do not confuse rush to float with proof of a buoyant market

12 is the number of companies that plan to list their shares this week on China’s two.

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Kraft Heinz slashing 2,500 as part of steep cost-cutting plan following merger

Kraft Heinz says it is cutting about 2,500 jobs as part of its plan to slash costs after the food companies combined

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EU accuses Google of crushing competition over apps

The European Commission sent Google a formal antitrust complaint

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Japan shipping companies plan container merger

Three of Japan's biggest shipping companies say they will merge their container operations to become more efficient

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Foreign buyers crushing home dreams in Vancouver as Canada, BC do zip: study

The Canadian and British Columbia governments are complicit in fuelling Vancouver's housing crisis as foreign Chinese buyers continue to shut local residents out of the market, a new study says

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NextEra to buy Hawaiian Electric for $26B; companies plan to expand clean energy in Hawaii

JUNO BEACH, Fla - NextEra Energy Inc said Wednesday it plans to buy Hawaiian Electric Industries Inc to expand clean energy in HawaiiThe companies value the deal at $26 billion, or $43 billion including the assumption of Hawaiian.

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Businesses worried about Trudeau’s plan to expand CPP

The incoming Liberal government’s promise to expand the Canada Pension Plan has small businesses worried about added costs of running their companies in an already sluggish economy

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Canadian companies fighting US tariffs on specialty paper

Four Canadian companies plan to fight US decision to impose import tariffs of up to 20 per cent on specialty paper, as the US enacts policies to compensate for its strong dollar

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Shopify CEO calls on federal government to abandon tax plan for stock options

MONTREAL - The CEO of one of Canada's up-and-coming tech companies is calling on the federal government to abandon its plan to expand taxation of stock options, saying the move will make it more difficult for startup firms to attract talent

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Foreign buyers crushing home dreams in Vancouver as Canada, BC do zip: study

The Canadian and British Columbia governments are complicit in fuelling Vancouver's housing crisis as foreign Chinese buyers continue to shut local residents out of the market, a new study says

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MIT announces plan to combat climate change, but won't divest from fossil fuel companies

BOSTON - The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is launching a five-year plan to combat climate change but says it won't divest its $124 billion endowment from fossil fuels

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Tempus: crushing, but not in the same ball park

WEIR GROUP$120m 2014 revenues from TrioComminution is the process of crushing large rocks, grinding them smaller and then.

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Fast food-loving lorry driver afraid of 'crushing' mountain bike sheds huge 21 STONE

Sean dropped the flab by joining Weight Watchers and now has a Weetabix for breakfast, chicken salad for lunch and low calorie hotpots for dinner

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Kraft Heinz slashing 2,500 as part of steep cost-cutting plan following merger

Kraft Heinz says it is cutting about 2,500 jobs as part of its plan to slash costs after the food companies combined

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Japan shipping companies plan container merger

Three of Japan's biggest shipping companies say they will merge their container operations to become more efficient

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Fast food-loving lorry driver afraid of 'crushing' mountain bike sheds huge 21 STONE

Sean dropped the flab by joining Weight Watchers and now has a Weetabix for breakfast, chicken salad for lunch and low calorie hotpots for dinner

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18m jobs at risk as thousands of small firm owners plan to cease trading over the next five years

The survey by Opinium for Bizdaq, a marketplace for businesses up for sale, found that a further 424,000 business owners plan to quit their companies by selling them within five years

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Wolverhampton city centre firms to vote on tax levy plan

The first stage towards a business improvement district in Wolverhampton, which would see hundreds of companies pay extra tax to raise more than £3 million for improvements, has been approved

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