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Chunky bootmaker Dr. Martens to sell shares to public

Chunky bootmaker Dr. Martens to sell shares to public

LONDON — The maker of Dr.
Porter Airlines delays service restart, eyes March 29 as tentative date

Porter Airlines delays service restart, eyes March 29 as tentative date

TORONTO — Porter Airlines has once more delayed its plans to restart flights, setting March 29 as a new tentative date, just over a year since it first suspended operations.
Maple Leaf Foods looks to expand tempeh production capacity in Indiana

Maple Leaf Foods looks to expand tempeh production capacity in Indiana

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Maple Leaf Foods Inc. says it plans to spend US$100 million to increase tempeh production capacity with the acquisition of a food processing plant in Indianapolis.
Lululemon says fourth-quarter sales and profit at top end of expectations

Lululemon says fourth-quarter sales and profit at top end of expectations

VANCOUVER — Lululemon Athletica Inc. says revenue and earnings for its fourth quarter are forecast to come in at the top end of its earlier expectations.
Hong Kong's new top judge urges impartiality in courts

Hong Kong's new top judge urges impartiality in courts

Hong Kong’s new top judge warned Monday that the semi-autonomous Chinese territory’s courts need to show they are impartial amid a flurry of politically charged cases or risk losing public trust.
Asia Today: Virus rules tightened in province near Beijing

Asia Today: Virus rules tightened in province near Beijing

BEIJING — Chinese health authorities say scores more people have tested positive for coronavirus in Hebei province bordering on the capital Beijing.
Indonesia navy divers hunt for crashed plane's black boxes

Indonesia navy divers hunt for crashed plane's black boxes

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesian navy divers scoured the floor of the Java Sea on Monday as they hunted for the black boxes of a Sriwijaya Air jet that nosedived into the water over the weekend with 62 people aboard.
EXPLAINER: Why Indonesia's plane safety record is a concern

EXPLAINER: Why Indonesia's plane safety record is a concern

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Saturday's plane crash in Indonesia, in which a Sriwijaya Air carrying 62 people plunged into the Java Sea shortly after takeoff, has once again turned the microscope on the safety of the country's aviation industry.
Indonesia green-lights emergency use of Chinese vaccine

Indonesia green-lights emergency use of Chinese vaccine

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia’s Food and Drug Authority on Monday green-lighted emergency use of the COVID-19 vaccine produced by China-based Sinovac Biotech Ltd., with vaccinations of high-risk groups expected to start later this week.
Parler squeezed as Trump seeks new online megaphone

Parler squeezed as Trump seeks new online megaphone

President Donald Trump has been kicked off of most mainstream social media platforms following his supporters’ siege on the U.S. Capitol.