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  • A German bike company could turn the entire industry on its head

    Canyon bicycles are now available in the U.S., something that may change the bicycle industry and shift the business model online.

  • John Stamos celebrates his birthday with 'Full House' castmates and a cheeky photo

    Everybody loves a good Full House reunion, and John Stamos’ 54th birthday celebration made for the perfect opportunity to see the cast in action. Uncle Jesse celebrated his special day on Saturday (Aug 19) at Cinespia’s screening of Some Like It Hot with former Full House castmates Lori Loughlin and Dave Coulier by his side. Also in attendance were some of Hollywood’s hottest stars, like Aaron Paul, Emily Ratajkowski and James Franco.

  • Megyn Kelly was a total eclipse buzzkill on 'Today'

    Megyn Kelly threw shade at the total eclipse hoopla.

  • CIBC divorce from PC Financial shines light on bruised loyalty card industry

    Another divorce in Canada's loyalty card sector has consumers stuck in the middle asking questions about the future of an industry still bruised by the actions of some of its largest providers. It is the latest split between loyalty programs and the country's banks, which are increasingly moving towards digital banking, following prior breakups between Shopper's Drug Mart and Royal Bank of Canada and Costco and American Express. TD took over from CIBC as the primary card for Aeroplan, while Air Canada recently said it plans to move away from Aeroplan to start its own loyalty program after 2020.

  • John Tavares and the one-year Maple Leafs fantasy

    When an NHL insider puts forth an outlandish notion, it’s usually born from one of two places: Their own attention-seeking imagination, or from a seed planted by someone else, perhaps during an informal chat or a over beer in Toronto. Craig Button is an NHL insider for TSN, and recently proffered a whopper: What if New York Islanders star John Tavares hit unrestricted free agency, opted not to sign a long-term deal with anyone and instead went home to Ontario on a one-year deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs in an all-in attempt to win a Stanley Cup before the Leafs salary cap blows up? Button’s theory is that the Leafs could make this happen with Auston Matthews and Mitch Marner still on their entry-level deals.

  • Trump commits US to fight on in Afghanistan; no speedy exit

    Reversing his past calls for a speedy exit, President Donald Trump recommitted the United States to the 16-year-old war in Afghanistan Monday night, declaring U.S. troops must "fight to win." He pointedly declined to disclose how many more troops will be dispatched to wage America's longest war. In a prime-time address to unveil his new Afghanistan strategy, Trump said the U.S. would shift away from a "time-based" approach, instead linking its assistance to results and to co-operation from the beleaguered Afghan government, Pakistan and others.