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Tax experts warn small biz to prepare for HST
September 23, 2009, Toronto - As Small Business Week approaches, tax experts are warning businesses about the dramatic impact harmonized sales tax (HST) could have on them next summer and to start planning now.
Domino's launches four new sandwiches
September 22, 2009, U.S. - Domino's Pizza announced the launch of four new varieties in its line of hot oven-baked sandwiches, reports QSR magazine.
Pizza Hut app stars in iPhone ad
September 22, 2009, Chicago, IL - Pizza Hut's iPhone app was shown in an Apple-sponsored iPhone commercial that aired last night, reports Ad Age. The pizza chain's app was the first to break in the fast-food sector and was released this past summer.
Trouble brewing in workforce, says social media expert
September 22, 2009, Vancouver - Social media expert Tod Maffin says companies are about to face a mass exodus of employees due to a kind of perfect storm brewing within two key generations of employees.
HST opponents rally in the streets
September 20, 2009, B.C. - Opponents of the harmonized sales tax set to come into effect next summer hit the streets Saturday in protest.
Pizza Pizza lowers overhead through call centre technology
September 17, 2009, Toronto - When Pizza Pizza began working with Interactive Intelligence (Nasdaq: ININ) nearly 10 years ago, the company needed a strategy for using work-at-home call centre agents.
Belgian farmers dump milk in major protest
September 17, 2009, Belgium - European milk farmers have dumped three million litres of fresh milk onto pastures and roads in a massive, organized protest against lowered dairy prices.
Papa John's sheds 35 staffers at head office
September 16, 2009, Louisville, KY - Papa John’s International Inc. has cut 35 employees at its corporate headquarters, or about six per cent of its more than 600 employees at the Louisville, KY, office, reported Nation's Restaurant News.
Fired BP manager files complaint over language issue
September 16, 2009, Richmond, B.C. - A kitchen boss who claims he was fired from Boston Pizza in Richmond last month for not speaking English well enough has hired a lawyer and filed a complaint with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal, according to the Richmond News.
Recession best of three and ending, says RBC
September 16, 2009, Toronto - RBC Economics has stated in its latest outlook that "the tide is turning" for the Canadian economy and the current recession will actually be tamer than the previous two, reports the National Post.