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The Street: This was the scene this past Sunday morning inside Terminal 1 at Toronto's Pearson International Airport. A line, presumably full of Canadians and other human species, waiting a long time ... a long, long time ... to secure coffee and donuts from Tim Hortons.
Philadelphia-based chemical company FMC Corp. said Monday that it plans to separate into two publicly traded companies.
The Street: Every job has a routine. Usually it starts with morning coffee, then the daily grind. The ins and outs of a specific position can be mastered over time. Yet getting promoted after developing skills for a current position can be a bit trickier.
The Street: Is there such a thing as going overboard with retirement savings? Are we becoming obsessed with retirement, so worried about the future that we deny ourselves of the things we should be enjoying right now?
The Street: Under Armour sought to make a big splash in the 2014 NFL Draft by signing Johnny Manziel, the most high-profile college player in this year's draft, but lost out to Nike.
PhillyDeals: As far as Christie is concerned, the proposed rule Tesla objects to just enshrines the status quo - NJ new car dealers need franchise deals with manufacturers; carmakers can't sell directly to consumers.
A group of passengers suing Carnival cruise lines for damages after an engine fire left their ship adrift for days are asking the company to pay $5,000 a month for the rest of their lives for medical bills and mental anguish.
PhillyDeals: "Even before announcing its plans for Time Warner Cable, Comcast had donated to almost every member of Congress who has a hand in regulating it," reports Politico.
PhillyDeals: Mexican ocean shippers met with South Jersey vegetable growers and Philadelphia-area port executives today to try and convince shipping lines to establish a regular sea import-export service between the Delaware River ports and Mexico's chief Atlantic port of Vera Cruz.
Diane Mastrull: Never in doubt was the presence of creativity. What Bill McAlister wondered was whether a sales sensation was in the room. Something, say, like Hot Buns - the miracle worker for hair, mind you, not sagging buttocks. Or the buckwheat-filled Sobokawa Pillow. Or Urine Gone. Or Mighty Putty.
The Leadership Agenda: When the Mark Group, which calls itself the United Kingdom's largest installer of domestic energy-saving solutions, announced plans to set up its U.S. headquarters in the former Navy Yard in South Philadelphia, the state and city rolled out the carpet, offering $3.3 million in incentives.
NEW YORK (AP) - It's time to suit up: Men's Wearhouse is buying Jos. A. Bank for $1.8 billion.
LONDON (AP) - The chief executive of Co-operative Group, Euan Sutherland, has resigned, deeming the troubled mutual society as being ungovernable.
NEW YORK (AP) - Men's Wearhouse buying Jos A Bank in deal valued at $1.8 billion in cash, ends drawn-out bid.
Stocks were mixed in afternoon trading Tuesday as investors picked through a thin slate of corporate financial results and a report showing that wholesale businesses increased their stockpiles in January.
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) - Libya's parliament ousted the prime minister in a Tuesday vote of confidence, a move prompted by a crisis this week when a militia controlling an eastern port defied Tripoli's authority by trying to sell oil.
WASHINGTON (AP) - An innovative hepatitis C drug that was only recently hailed as a breakthrough treatment is facing skepticism from some health care providers, as they consider whether it is worth the $1,000-a-pill price set by manufacturer Gilead Sciences Inc.
DETROIT (AP) - A congressional committee is investigating the way General Motors and a federal safety agency handled a deadly ignition switch problem in compact cars.
MILAN (AP) - UniCredit, Italy's largest bank, on Tuesday posted a record 15 billion-euro ($21 billion) loss in the fourth quarter as it cleaned up its balance sheet with write-downs and provisions, part of an attempt to turn the page on its troubled past.
The developer of Center City's luxury 1706 Rittenhouse Square Street condominiums said Monday that he plans to build a 26-story, 40-unit condo tower at Fifth and Walnut Streets at a cost of $150 million.
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