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Ralph Lauren, seeing more price stability, roars in 3Q

Ralph Lauren, seeing more price stability, roars in 3Q

NEW YORK — Profits at Ralph Lauren soared in the third quarter and the high-end retailer topped almost all expectations on Wall Street by any metric. Profit jumped from $120 million in the same period last year, to $334.

Ferrari CEO less worried about China weakness than Hong Kong

MILAN — Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri said Tuesday the Italian luxury sports car maker could shift deliveries to other markets to adjust to any weakness in China due to the coronavirus, and that he was more concerned about Hong Kong.
Vancouver-area home sales rebound from last year as prices inch downward

Vancouver-area home sales rebound from last year as prices inch downward

VANCOUVER — Sales remained steady while fewer people put their homes on the real estate market in Metro Vancouver last month. The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver reports residential home sales in January were 7.
Abu Dhabi's long-troubled Etihad sells 38 planes for $1B

Abu Dhabi's long-troubled Etihad sells 38 planes for $1B

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates — Abu Dhabi's long-troubled Etihad Airways said Tuesday it would sell 38 aircraft to an investment firm and a leasing company in a deal valued at $1 billion, the latest cost-cutting measure by the United Arab Emirates' nat
How to use running clubs, apps and discount gyms to get fit on the cheap

How to use running clubs, apps and discount gyms to get fit on the cheap

Heather Gardner's 2009 move from Hamilton to Toronto came with a few adjustments — her workout routine among them.
FTC sues to block Harry's sale to Schick owner Edgewell

FTC sues to block Harry's sale to Schick owner Edgewell

NEW YORK — Federal antitrust regulators say a proposed merger that would combine old-school shaving company Schick with upstart Harry's would end up costing consumers some skin.
Google 4Q revenue grew, but not enough for Wall Street

Google 4Q revenue grew, but not enough for Wall Street

SAN FRANCISCO — Google's revenue grew, but Wall Street wanted more. Parent company Alphabet's stock fell more than 4% after financial results came out Monday, even as profits rose 19% and beat expectations for the last three months of the year.
Jeff Bezos sued by girlfriend's brother for defamation

Jeff Bezos sued by girlfriend's brother for defamation

NEW YORK — Michael Sanchez, the brother of Jeff Bezos's girlfriend, is suing the Amazon founder for defamation, alleging that Bezos and his team falsely told reporters that Sanchez provided nude photos of Bezos to The National Enquirer.
Minnesota regulators give key approvals for Line 3 pipeline

Minnesota regulators give key approvals for Line 3 pipeline

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota utility regulators on Monday approved a court-ordered revised environmental review for Enbridge Energy's plan to replace its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across the state.
Independent ISP says Yale report would give big networks too much influence

Independent ISP says Yale report would give big networks too much influence

TORONTO — One of the country's independent internet service providers says Canadian consumers will lose out if the Trudeau government enshrines "market forces" as the main way to stimulate competition.