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The General Motors you want to sue no longer exists, says GM

Carmaker claims immunity from legal liability for ignition-switch defects prior to 2009.

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Don’t make these stupid travel mistakes

Foolishness — at home or abroad — rarely yields great results. So please stop doing stupid stuff while traveling. Just stop it.

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ILSTV & ILScorp’s Easter Holiday Schedule

Enjoy your holiday, and tell us what you have planned to mark Easter where you live.

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Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes charged in Heartbleed-related SIN theft

Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes, 19, of London, Ont., has been charged with the theft of over 900 SIN numbers. Police allege he exploited the Heartbleed bug to attain the personal data.

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The best excuses for missing work

In true Hollywood movie style, Ferris Bueller went to great lengths to schedule his own day off. But do you have the guile and skills to take a duvet day without getting caught?

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TIG Insurance Sues NHL Over Defense of Concussion Lawsuits

The National Hockey League was sued by an insurer seeking to limit its duty to defend the league in lawsuits alleging it concealed the long-term effects of concussions and failed to warn players of the risks. TIG Insurance Co., a Manchester, New Hampshire-based unit of Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. (FFH), filed the suit yesterday in […]

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Saskatchewan businesswoman faces several allegations, including securities fraud

Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) has set April 6, 2015, as the hearing date for Adele Kaminsky to answer allegations including securities fraud in excess of $500,000.

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Netherlands test-drives world’s first glow-in-the-dark highway

The Dutch have begun testing the world’s first glow-in-the-dark highway by sectioning off a 500m stretch of the N329 highway in Oss, in the country’s southeast, and outlining it in photo-luminising powder.

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Mounties asked tax agency to keep mum on stolen social insurance numbers

Police say they asked the Canada Revenue Agency to hold off on telling Canadians that 900 social insurance numbers had been compromised by the Heartbleed security bug.

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Viagra Ice Cream Arouses Controversy

The long list of unnatural food combinations just grew a little bigger: Viagra and Champagne ice cream. The treat – which has the familiar blue hue of the popular erectile dysfunction (ED) drug – is the brainchild of Welsh food inventor Charlie Harry Francis, who created the product for one of his “A-list celebrity clients.” […]

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Spring cleaning #1: Change your passwords now, due to Heartbleed

Here’s what you should know about good password hygiene before you start:

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Baby Boomers Have What Identity Thieves Want

Lurking in the dark corners of the Web are scammers and thieves trying to steal the bank account and credit card numbers and other personal information of baby boomers, whose lifetime of savings and established credit histories make them top targets.

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New online tool allows insurance customers to see if they have been affected by ICBC billing mistakes

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has launched an online tool to allow insurance customers to see if they have been impacted by the Crown corporation’s billing mistakes.

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Five Reasons BYOD for Travel Is Here to Stay

BYOD is a rising trend, according to a study by the Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group. Almost 90% of companies, from small to corporate, let employees use their own connected gadgets and devices at all times, including travel.

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OSFI tinkers with mortgage insurance standards

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions has asked for comments on the guidelines that would compel mortgage insurers to do due diligence on the ability of borrowers to service their debts and also require them to tighten monitoring procedures.

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Stolen social insurance numbers can cause many problems

Your social insurance number can be used in many fraudulent ways to set up bogus financial accounts that you could be responsible for.

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IRS: File your taxes now, ignore Heartbleed bug

Millions of people are filing their taxes just as governments grapple with Heartbleed bug, the worst privacy-killing Internet bug ever.

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Want to keep teen insurance costs in check? Start them young, start them early

But if a car is available for practice and they/you can scratch up the money, there’s a reason I think you should push them to get licensed.

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