- BMO employees in the Atlantic provinces will be walking with community members in support of Kids Help Phone in the Walk so Kids Can Talk presented by BMO on Sunday, May 5
- Thousands of BMO employees participating in more than 30 community and virtual walks across Canada
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Legendary US investor Warren Buffett looks set to be one of Twitter’s most followed users as thousands flock to follow him.
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Thousands of borrowers who took out mortgages through Bank of Ireland and Bristol and West are to complain about a sudden increase in their mortgage rates.
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A mountain of maturing cheddar cheese is to be used as security for a pension fund, which includes thousands of retired milkmen
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Thousands of staff plan to walk out of some of the UK’s biggest post offices later in a dispute over shop closures, jobs and pay.
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Thousands of investors launch a compensation claim for up to £4bn against Royal Bank of Scotland and four of its former bosses.
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Thousands of staff at Post Office Crown offices go on strike in a row over jobs, pay and branch closures.
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Thousands of British expats in Cyprus could lose up to 10% of their savings, following a bail-out agreement with EU finance ministers and the IMF.
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The issues of jobs and growth dominate an EU summit in Brussels, as thousands of protesters demonstrate against tough austerity measures.
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