Facebook data misuse the latest in tech giant’s privacy woes
Fresh blows include a federal privacy investigation in Canada, renewed calls for its leaders to testify before political committees in the United States and Britain, an investor lawsuit in California, and a 2.5-per-cent decline in its stock
U.S. drops contentious demand for auto content, clearing path in NAFTA talks
Autos have been one of the biggest sticking points in the talks. Washington had originally demanded both the 50 per cent U.S. content requirement and jacking up an existing requirement for North American content from 62.5 per cent to 85 per cent.
Competition Bureau searches Postmedia, Torstar offices as it probes alleged conspiracy in paper swap
Federal Competition Bureau officials have searched the executive offices of Postmedia Network Canada Corp. and Torstar Corp. as part of a review of their deal to swap 41 newspapers, which is being investigated under the conspiracy and merger provisions of the Competition Act