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Sue Bird Barbie: Mattel honors WNBA great with signature doll

Sue Bird Barbie: Mattel honors WNBA great with signature doll

EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) — WNBA great Sue Bird has been honored with a signature Barbie doll.
Indigo to remove portraits of Alice Munro from stores; keep books on shelves

Indigo to remove portraits of Alice Munro from stores; keep books on shelves

TORONTO — Canada's biggest bookseller will remove enlarged photos of Alice Munro from stores, but bookstores large and small say they plan to keep her published works on the shelves.
Stock market today: A widespread rally sends Wall Street to records, and the Dow leaps 740 points

Stock market today: A widespread rally sends Wall Street to records, and the Dow leaps 740 points

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks rose to records after several big companies delivered better-than-expected profits for the spring. The S&P 500 climbed 0.6% Tuesday to top its all-time high set last week. The Dow Jones Industrial Average leaped 1.
US-Audiobooks-Top-10

US-Audiobooks-Top-10

Nonfiction 1. Atomic Habits by James Clear, narrated by the author (Penguin Audio) 2. 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene, narrated by Richard Poe (HighBridge, a Division of Recorded Books) 3.
'Shelves empty': Sales up at Quebec liquor stores near Ontario amid LCBO strike

'Shelves empty': Sales up at Quebec liquor stores near Ontario amid LCBO strike

MONTREAL — Quebec’s liquor Crown corporation says it’s seeing a surge in sales at some stores along the boundary with Ontario amid a strike by workers of that province's liquor control board.
Kaspersky will shutter US operations after software is banned by Commerce Department, citing risk

Kaspersky will shutter US operations after software is banned by Commerce Department, citing risk

NEW YORK (AP) — Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky says it's shutting down all of its operations in the United States, just weeks after the Commerce Department banned the use of the company's software in the country.
A wind turbine is damaged off Nantucket Island. Searchers are combing beaches for debris

A wind turbine is damaged off Nantucket Island. Searchers are combing beaches for debris

NANTUCKET, Mass. (AP) — Offshore wind developers have sent teams to search for debris on the beaches of Nantucket Island, a popular summer tourist destination, after one of their turbine blades suffered damage.
Investment regulator imposed $14M in enforcement penalties in latest fiscal year

Investment regulator imposed $14M in enforcement penalties in latest fiscal year

TORONTO — Canada's investment product regulator says it imposed more than $14 million in fines and other financial enforcements in its last fiscal year.
Amazon Prime Day deals are almost here. Should you take advantage of them?

Amazon Prime Day deals are almost here. Should you take advantage of them?

NEW YORK (AP) — It's summertime, and the bargains seem easy at a time when many consumer prices are high. July sales events have become a seasonal revenue driver for the retail industry since Amazon launched its first Prime Day back in 2015.
Prince Edward Island to restrict cellphone access in classrooms starting September

Prince Edward Island to restrict cellphone access in classrooms starting September

CHARLOTTETOWN — Prince Edward Island is following in the footsteps of several other provinces and restricting cellphone use in schools.