The founder of Rolling Stone is selling a minority share of the fabled magazine to a Singapore-based social media entrepreneur, the first time an outside investor has been allowed to buy into the property.
Nearly 3,900 union workers at GM's Oshawa Assembly Plant, St. Catharines Propulsion Plant and a parts and distribution center in Woodstock would be covered under the deal, a framework of which was reached late Monday averting a possibly costly strike.
Edgar Manuel Valencia Ortega grew up in Mexico with the sons and nephews of Sinaloa cartel bosses, so when he decided to get into the drug trade himself he already had the connections to rise quickly to the top, federal prosecutors say.
Rumors were flying all day yesterday that Twitter is up for sale, and Salesforce.com could be a chief suitor. At this point, with so many possible bidders being reported, it's hard to know what's going to happen (if anything).