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In the news … October 23, 2018

Canada Post hit by rotating strikes in Victoria, Edmonton, Halifax, Windsor, Ont.

The union representing 50,000 Canada Post employees has begun a series of rotating strikes in four cities.
The 24-hour strikes began Monday at 12:01 a.m. ET in Windsor, Ont., and at 1:01 a.m. AT in Halifax, says the Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW). Strikes in Victoria and Edmonton were also set to begin at one minute past midnight local time.

The state of content marketing landscape

Content marketing has many benefits for business and many platform options to choose from. Here’s what you need to know about the state of the market.

Walmart’s strategy to solve the Amazon puzzle is working

Walmart is in the biggest fight of its 68-year history.
To stave off Amazon and remain the world’s biggest retailer, Walmart is stepping up its grocery game and buying trendy digital brands. The company is redesigning its stores and building up its online assets.

Banks see payments infrastructure renovation as key to digital strategy

Nearly two-thirds of banks believe their payments infrastructure will need a significant upgrade in the next three years as an area once confined to the back-office domain becomes a key part of firms’ digital strategy, according to a new report from Ovum.

Pot Is Legal. Is It Time to Redefine Sobriety?

For nearly her entire adult life, thirty-year-old Megan Kimberling identified as straightedge. The Californian didn’t smoke, take drugs, or drink alcohol, and she was hesitant to even use prescription medicines. Kimberling felt that being straightedge gave her more control of her life. But then, in 2014, an experience with a stalker left her mentally and emotionally drained.

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