Canadian Business News: June 27, 2017

Canadian Business News: June 27, 2017

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– Google hit with record fine by EU, told to change its ways

– Trump name to be dropped from Toronto hotel, condo tower under new deal

– Beer Store launches home delivery service in Scarborough, Ottawa

– Cyber attack hits WPP, Rosneft and others in echo of WannaCry

– Canopy Growth posts wider loss; sees patient base double

– BC sawmill workers brace for punitive new US duties on softwood lumber

– Toronto stock index ekes out small gain with support from energy stocks

– Fare hikes for GO Transit, Union-Pearson Express could be coming this fall

– 2 Alberta Health Services staff fired after racial slur texted to Kainai Board of Education employee

– Crypto price crash: Warning sign or buying opportunity?

– “They keep changing the rules”: Tim Hortons’ US franchisees form alliance as tensions boil

– Nova Scotia access to information laws need strengthening: watchdog report

– California will list ingredient in Roundup as carcinogen

– Nasdaq is dumping Sears Canada in wake of bankruptcy protection

– Bay Area Summit marks a turning point in regional relations

– Frontier Communications Corporation (FTR) closed at .22 in the last trading session

– Billionaire Warren Buffett says ‘the real problem’ with the US economy is people like him

– Shipping company AP Moller-Maersk says its IT systems have been disrupted by hacking

– Corus Entertainment reports .7-million third-quarter profit

– 3 Big Stock Charts for Tuesday: Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO) and Intel Corporation (INTC)

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