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ZoomerMedia announces acquisition of The Peak Canada’s

TORONTO, June 08, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ZoomerMedia Limited (TSXV: ZUM) (“ZoomerMedia”) announces that it has completed the acquisition of all the outstanding shares of The Peak Media Collective Inc. (PMCs). Founded in 2020, The Peaks serves busy Canadian professionals and business leaders with the top global business, finance, and tech stories of the day

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How Ryan Reynolds became Canada’s unlikeliest business mogul

UPDATE: After this story was originally published, Wrexham Football Club — which Ryan Reynolds and actor Rob McElhenney bought in 2021 — qualified for the fourth tier of the English football league system. The business of Ryan Reynolds is booming. He bought into Montreal payment technology company Nuvei this week. He recently sold Mint Mobile

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Tucker Carlson leaves Fox News days after Dominion lawsuit settlement

April 24 (Reuters) – Fox News Media and its top-rated host Tucker Carlson have agreed to part ways, less than a week after parent company Fox Corp (FOXA.O) settled for $787.5 million a defamation lawsuit in which Carlson played a starring role roles. The outspoken Carlson embraced conservative issues and delivered his views with a

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Food storage brand Tupperware warns it could go out of business

Legendary food storage brand Tupperware has hired advisers to help turn around the company after notifying securities regulators it may have to close up shops. In a release dated April 7, the Orlando, Florida-based company announced it was seeking to improve its capital structure in order to “remediate its doubts regarding its ability to continue

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New food processing center to open in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY — West Liberty, Iowa-based West Liberty Foods and Dakota Dunes, SD-based Vertical Cold Storage will partner on a 327,000-square-foot food processing center and supporting cold storage facility, according to the Kansas City Area Development Council. The two companies expect to invest a combined $199.6 million in the project. The facilities will be directly

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