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  1. UPDATE 2-CPPIB joins chorus against Barrick's executive pay structureRead the original story

    Yesterday | Reuters

    The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, the country's largest pension fund manager, on Friday joined other investors opposing Barrick Gold Corp's executive compensation schemes, arguing the company's pay awards were "outsize" and unrelated to performance. Toronto-based CPPIB said it plans to come out against the advisory vote on executive compensation that Barrick will be having at its annual shareholder meeting next week.

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  2. CPPIB joins chorus voting 'no' to Barrick pay planRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Globe and Mail

    CPPIB said it is unhappy with compensation for Barrick executive chairman John Thornton, who was paid $12.6-million last year, a 36-per-cent pay increase over 2013. CPPIB said it is unhappy with compensation for Barrick executive chairman John Thornton, who was paid $12.6-million last year, a 36-per-cent pay increase over 2013.

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  3. CIBC shareholder vote on executive pay sends message over rich payoutsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Canadian HR Reporter

    Shareholders made it known they're unhappy with rich payouts to two former executives at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce's annual general meeting on Thursday. An advisory resolution on the bank's approach to executive compensation was voted down by nearly 57 per cent of shareholders, with about 43 per cent voting in favour.

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  4. Press Digest- Canada- April 24Read the original story

    Yesterday | Reuters

    The following are the top stories from selected Canadian newspapers. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

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  5. Gretzky no stranger to corporate partnershipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CottageCountryNow.ca

    Sears Canada announced Thursday it's going to start carrying a new line of Wayne Gretzky menswear in an exclusive partnership with the Canadian hockey superstar. Here's a look at some other brands that have partnered with The Great One: Breakfast cereal: Gretzky's face adorned boxes of sugary, star-shaped Pro-Stars cereal in the 1980s.

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  6. Ontario's debt continues to climb, but investors will still buy itRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Globe and Mail

    Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa speaks during a press conference at Queen's Park in Toronto on Monday, September 22, 2014. Revenues are off by more than half-a-billion dollars but Ontario's Liberal government remains confident it can eliminate a $12.5-billion deficit in three years as promised.

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  7. From blue jeans to breakfast cereal: A look at Wayne Gretzky: PitchmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Brandon Sun

    Sears Canada announced Thursday it's going to start carrying a new line of Wayne Gretzky menswear in an exclusive partnership with the Canadian hockey superstar. Here's a look at some other brands that have partnered with The Great One: Breakfast cereal: Gretzky's face adorned boxes of sugary, star-shaped Pro-Stars cereal in the 1980s.

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  8. CIBC first Big Six bank to launch Apple Watch appRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Globe and Mail

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce announced that its customers can now use the newly launched Apple Watch to conduct mobile banking operations - a first among the Big Six banks - as traditional lenders continue to build an awkward relationship with Apple Inc. and other technology companies that are moving into the financial arena. Businesses have expressed their fears after this week's decision by Google to change its search engine algorithm to favour mobile-friendly websites.

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  9. CIBC in talks on potential $2B U.S. acquisitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The London Free Press

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is in talks with several U.S. companies on a potential $2 billion wealth-management and private-banking acquisition, its top executive said in an interview. But Chief Executive Victor Dodig said CIBC, which has been eyeing the U.S. wealth management space for a while, must be patient as such companies don't come cheap.

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  10. CIBC Hunting for U.S. Deals, CEO SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Wall Street Journal

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce continues to scour the U.S. market for potential acquisitions in wealth management and private banking, but high asset valuations are constraining the bank's ability to do a deal, its top executive said.

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  11. CIBC first Canadian bank to launch Apple Watch appRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Globe and Mail

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce announced that its customers can now use the newly launched Apple Watch to conduct mobile banking operations - a first among the Big Six banks - as traditional lenders continue to build an awkward relationship with Apple Inc. and other technology companies that are moving into the financial arena. Businesses have expressed their fears after this week's decision by Google to change its search engine algorithm to favour mobile-friendly websites.

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  12. CIBC stresses regional, not global ambitionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Globe and Mail

    Victor Dodig is eager to position Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce as a nimble, regional bank, in an apparent rebuttal to critics who have pilloried it for a series of embarrassing missteps over the past decade that have left it far smaller than many of its peers. "In the new regulatory framework, the global banking model is being challenged," the chief executive told shareholders Thursday at CIBC's annual general meeting in Calgary.

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  13. CIBC says it in talks on potential $2 billion U.S. acquisitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Vallejo News

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce is in talks with several U.S. companies on a potential $2 billion wealth-management and private-banking acquisition, its top executive said in an interview. But Chief Executive Victor Dodig said CIBC, which has been eyeing the U.S. wealth management space for a while, must be patient as such companies don't come cheap.

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  14. Controversial CIBC director won't seek re-electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Globe and Mail

    Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce shareholders' meeting Thursday marks the end of the tenure of one of the bank's more controversial directors. Leslie Rahl is not standing for re-election after eight years on the CIBC board.

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  15. Foreign bankers warn against Labour - surprise, surpriseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The First Post

    It may be St George's Day, but George Osborne has stirred up a hornet's nest by quoting a list of foreign investment bankers who say the election of a Labour government backed by the SNP would be an economic calamity for Britain. With new figures due today on government debt and borrowing in March, and with the respected Institute for Fiscal Studies publishing its analysis of the economic plans of Labour, Conservatives and the Lib Dems this morning, the economy is centre stage in the election campaign once again.

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  16. Canada Stocks-Gold mining shares decline, soft financials drag TSX lowerRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Reuters

    Canada's main stock index slipped on Wednesday, driven by steep declines among gold miners and a retreat among heavily-weighted banks. Concern over the Greek debt crisis sparked general investor caution, and aspects of the Conservative federal government's budget seen as harmful to financial shares helped push the banks and insurers, which make up some 35 percent of the index's weight, down around 0.3 percent.

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  17. Federal Budget 2015 looks to close $1.24-billion tax loophole for Canadian banksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Canada.com

    Canada's big banks could face a larger tax bill as a result of an item contained deep in Tuesday's federal budget, according to an analyst at National Bank Financial. One of Ottawa's targets, found on page 461 of the budget document, is the use of something called "synthetic equity arrangements."

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  18. Arboretum of South Barrington sold to StarwoodRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Daily Herald

    The Arboretum of South Barrington , a property that had faced foreclosure in recent years, will close today with a new property owner, according to Village President Paula McCombie. Chicago-based The Starwood Retail Properties , part of Greenwich, Connecticut-based Starwood Capital, is expected to close today after asking village officials for the last water bill and completed tax paperwork on the property transfer.

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  19. Canada budget 2015: Some of Ottawa's tax windfall could come from big banksRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Canada.com

    Canada's big banks could face a larger tax bill as a result of an item contained deep in Tuesday's federal budget, according to an analyst at National Bank Financial. One of Ottawa's targets, found on page 461 of the budget document, is the use of something called "synthetic equity arrangements."

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  20. Why keeping the budget balanced at all costs is a bad ideaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Canadian Business Magazine

    Finance Minister Joe Oliver skipped the annual spring gathering of the world's top economic officials in Washington last week. It was just as well.

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