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Maggie MacNeil wins Canada’s first gold medal at Tokyo Olympics in 100m butterfly

The silver medal went to China's Zhang Yufei and the bronze to Australia's Emma McKeon. 

Alberta family cheers as Olympian who recovered from childhood brain injury heads to rowing finals

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Norway secures gold in men’s Olympic triathlon – National

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Twitter Inc.

Donald Trump wants back on social media. The former president on Wednesday sued Twitter, Facebook Inc., and Alphabet Inc.’s Google to restore his accounts. He remains suspended from most social-media platforms following the Jan. 6 riot in the U.S. Capitol led by a mob of his supporters. Mr. Trump was the most prominent plaintiff seeking class-action status against the companies, claiming he was wrongly censored by them in violation of his First Amendment rights. Twitter shares lost 2.1% Wednesday.

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Work-from-home is dividing on Wall Street. Some banking titans like JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. are taking a hard-line approach, even though it might mean losing talent. JPMorgan’s investment-banking staff had been told to be back in the office by Tuesday, while sales, trading and research staff members were told to return full time in June. Many of the bank’s sales and trading staffers have already been in the office throughout much of the past year. Meanwhile, Citigroup Inc. and other rivals are touting flexibility, betting that a softer approach will help them poach top performers. JPMorgan shares fell 1.7% Tuesday.

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Maggie MacNeil wins Canada’s first gold medal at Tokyo Olympics in 100m butterfly

The silver medal went to China's Zhang Yufei and the bronze to Australia's Emma McKeon. 

Alberta family cheers as Olympian who recovered from childhood brain injury heads to rowing finals

Support is rolling in for a 32-year-old Alberta rower who advanced to the Olympic finals this weekend and overcame serious injuries that included two...

Norway secures gold in men’s Olympic triathlon – National

By Mitch Phillips Reuters Posted July 25, 2021 7:56 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size -A Larger font Increase article font size A+