Two years later, it appeared in an article touting her plastic surgery practice. By Bill Donahue 50 Cent is suing the owner of Florida medical spa over allegations that she used an innocent photo ...
The nation’s average gas price went up by 1 cent on Wednesday after 98 consecutive days of decline, breaking the second-longest price fall streak since 2005. The average gas price hit $5.02 on ...
Nationally, 22 per cent of long-term care residents are receiving ... In a statement to CBC News, Health Canada highlighted a $1-billion transfer the federal government made to provinces and ...
Eagle Mountain City discovered it was the victim of an “organized cybercrime” scheme resulting in the loss of $1.13 million, according to a Monday news release. Through the use of an email ...
That decision was largely upheld by judges at the EU General Court Wednesday, even if they reduced the fine slightly to 4.125 billion euros. However, buried in their 1,100 paragraphs of legal ...
One of the European Union’s highest courts has confirmed a record $4.1 billion fine against Google, the latest step in a landmark antitrust case linked to the Android mobile operating system and ...
This morning, the EU General Court upheld Google's record fine for bundling Google Search ... for bundling Google shopping with search and 1.5 billion euro for bundling search and advertising.
Eagle Mountain officials are ramping up internet security and fine-tuning financial policies after scammers reportedly got ahold of more than $1 million of the city's money. The cybercrime was ...
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(Jane Robertson/CBC) The number of people identifying as Indigenous in Canada grew almost twice as fast as the non-Indigenous population and now stands at 1.8 million — about five per cent of ...
The NBA has punished Phoenix Suns and Mercury owner Robert Sarver to the tune of a $10 million fine and a one-year suspension from all basketball-related activity as a result of its investigation ...
The nine per cent Vat rate should be extended to protect rural and regional hotels rather than see them punished for “price gouging” practices in Dublin, the Fine Gael parliamentary party has ...