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Tim Hortons owner faces more franchisee ire, this time in form of a $50M lawsuit in the US

Restaurant Brands has come under scrutiny for butting heads with its Tim Hortons franchisees

Shopify founder Tobi Lutke is Canada’s newest billionaire | Toronto Star

An unapologetic computer nerd with a penchant for tweed caps has become one of Canada’s newest billionaires by helping small merchants sell online.

Tobi Lutke, a 37-year-old German immigrant who built Shopify Inc. into one of tech’s hottest stocks, was worth $1.1 billion from company shares, options and sale proceeds at the close of trade on Friday, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. He owns almost 9.7 million shares and options in Shopify, equal to about 11 per cent of the business...

Play about 'corporate mess Target made' to be set in closed, empty Target store

The former Target location in The Centre on Barton will welcome a stage reading of a play about Target Canada's collapse in 2015 on Dec. 3.

Coat Meghan Markle wore in engagement photos by Canadian brand Line the Label

Canadian designer John Muscat had no idea he was going to be part of one of the biggest stories of the year.

The fashion brand Line the Label got priceless exposure Monday morning when a white wool wrap coat Muscat designed with Jennifer Wells was worn by Meghan Markle during the photo-op for her engagement to Prince Harry.

“I was as surprised as everyone else,” Muscat said in an interview.

It’s Time for Hudson’s Bay Co. to Send Land & Buildings Packing (Investing: Motley)

Hudson’s Bay Co.'s (TSX:HBC) executive chairman and interim CEO Richard Baker needs to put an end to the incessant activist whining before it’s too late.