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Tim Hortons is about to start building its first locations in China, as it seeks to open 1,500 locations in the world’s second-largest economy over the next decade, the coffee-and-doughnut chain’s president said.
Jean-Christophe Bédos is on a mission to modernize Birks.
As the president and chief executive officer of the 139-year-old Canadian jewelry company, he’s attempting to reinvigorate the historied Quebec-based company. Throughout his past six years with the retailer, Bédos, who boasts a long history with the French jewelry purveyors Boucheron and Cartier, has overseen the introduction of more youthful, “eccentric” and affordable offerings including the Muse Ribbon, Bee Chic and Rock & Pearl collections.
A kids' bomb-defusing game sold in Canada at Walmart has offended some shoppers who find it inappropriate. In the U.S., Target has already stopped selling the item following complaints.
Once America federally legalizes, Canadian producers ‘might as well be growing tomatoes’, insiders say