Business Reporter, Toronto Star
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thestar.com — I strolled across the border at Windsor 32 years ago on May 1, fulfilling the dream of many a young California boy: to move to Canada and marry a beautiful woman from Don Mills. Okay, maybe it's not everyone's dream in San Francisco or San Diego, but it's worked out better than I have a right to expect.
thestar.com — A Canadian kids' entertainment company is among the first creators of paid YouTube channels. Speculation has mounted this week that Google's video-sharing website is getting ready to unveil paid subscription channels. YouTube has so far remained tight-lipped about whether it plans to join the ranks of music and news providers that have started to charge for premium online access.
thestar.com — The federal government wants to let Canada's airlines fly with fewer flight attendants, a move that one union says is a threat to passenger safety. Transport Canada this week granted WestJet an exemption to the existing rules, allowing the airline to operate with one flight attendant for every 50 passengers, instead of one cabin staff for every 40 passengers.
thestar.com — Torstar Corp., publisher of the Toronto Star, left its dividend unchanged as revenues declined in a challenging first-quarter environment, the company said. Segmented revenue was $332.4 million for the three months ended March 31, 2013. That's down $18.4 million from $350.8 million in the year-earlier quarter, Torstar said Wednesday.
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