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Hudson’s Bay investors want debt reduction, payouts from real estate proceeds

Hudson’s Bay is not new to selling real estate, but its actions are under greater scrutiny amid rising tensions between the company and activist hedge fund Land & Buildings

Bread price-fixing investigation spurs class-action lawsuits | Canadian Grocer

With a criminal investigation into allegations of bread price fixing underway, some of Canada’s largest grocery chains and bread producers are now faced with two different class action lawsuits. Both suits could cover virtually everyone in the country (anyone who has bought packaged bread since 2001) and result in $1-billion plus in payouts. Penalties arising from the criminal investigation for price fixing could include fines of up to $10 million, five years in prison, or both...

ReDev looking to buy shopping centres: CEO

Richard Crenian has a retail strategy he believes in so the chief executive officer of ReDev Properties is in the mood to buy. Shopping malls.

Amazon Cash Launches in Canada today has announced the launch of Amazon Cash, a new service which lets customers add to their account balances at over 6,000 Canada Post locations.

Giant Tiger Continues Popular Inner Voice Campaign

Giant Tiger Stores Limited is excited to debut their second year of holiday commercials celebrating what truly matters; life's precious family moments. These commercials are a continuation of the successful "Inner Voice" themed advertising campaigns. "Each of our 2017 holiday commercials features a different mom in a heartfelt and relatable scenario," explains Karen Sterling, Vice President of Marketing, Giant Tiger Stores Limited. "Whether mom is worrying about a child away at college, or getting ready to tell her partner they are expecting, or relieved to see her partner home safely, these scenarios speak directly to mom and her core values. Regardless of where you live, or your circumstances these moments resonate. They are a reminder that while thoughtful gift-giving is most certainly a part of the holiday season, the truly important and memorable moments have family at the centre."