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Amazon Canada fined $1 million over pricing practices - Techaeris

Amazon Canada fined $1 million over pricing practicesTechaerisIf you've ever thought that the list price on some Amazon Canada (and Amazon) items sounded absurd considering the actual selling (sale) price, you're not alone. Canada's Competition Bureau has fined Amazon Canada $1 million, plus $100,000 to cover ...and more »

Amazon to pay Canada fine over pricing practices - Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog);

Amazon to pay Canada fine over pricing practices - Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)

Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)Amazon to pay Canada fine over pricing practicesBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)image MONTREAL: The Canadian branch of US online retailer Amazon will pay Can$1.1 million ($836,967) over allegedly misleading pricing on its website, the government said Wednesday. The Competition Bureau, after a months-long investigation of ...and more »

Amazon to pay Competition Bureau $1.1M fine over pricing practices - CBC.ca;

Amazon to pay Competition Bureau $1.1M fine over pricing practices - CBC.ca

CBC.caAmazon to pay Competition Bureau $1.1M fine over pricing practicesCBC.caOnline retailer Amazon has agreed to pay $1.1 million in penalties and costs to the Competition Bureau to settle concerns raised over its pricing practices. The bureau says the concerns related to the "list price" Amazon used to compare what it charged ...and more »

Amazon to Pay Fine Related to Pricing Practices in Canada - Wall Street Journal;

Amazon to Pay Fine Related to Pricing Practices in Canada - Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalAmazon to Pay Fine Related to Pricing Practices in CanadaWall Street JournalOTTAWA— Amazon.com Inc. agreed to pay a fine and change its pricing practices in Canada after a two-year investigation concluded the online retailer made unsubstantiated claims about savings on certain products, Canada's antitrust agency said ...and more »

Amazon to Pay to Settle Canada Case About Misleading Pricing - Fortune;

Amazon to Pay to Settle Canada Case About Misleading Pricing - Fortune

FortuneAmazon to Pay to Settle Canada Case About Misleading PricingFortuneThe Canadian unit of Amazon.com will pay a $1 million fine, or, or $756,659 U.S., to settle an investigation into pricing activities on its website that gave an inaccurate view of how much consumers could save, Canada's competition watchdog said on ...and more »

Amazon changes pricing practices and pays $1.1 million to settle price advertising case - The Province

Amazon changes pricing practices and pays $1.1 million to settle price advertising caseThe ProvinceOTTAWA, Jan.11, 2017 /CNW/ - Amazon.com.ca Inc. (Amazon) will pay a $1 million penalty and $100,000 towards the Competition Bureau's costs as part of an agreement resolving the Bureau's concerns with the online retailer's pricing practices on its ...and more »

Amazon to pay C$1.1 million to settle Canada pricing case - One America News Network (press release)

Amazon to pay C$1.1 million to settle Canada pricing caseOne America News Network (press release)OTTAWA (Reuters) – The Canadian unit of Amazon.com <AMZN.O> will pay a C$1 million ($756,658.60) fine to settle an investigation into pricing activities on its website that gave an inaccurate view of how much consumers could save, Canada's competition ...and more »

Amazon Canada fined $1 million plus $100000 costs for misleading price claims on website - Financial Post;

Amazon Canada fined $1 million plus $100000 costs for misleading price claims on website - Financial Post

Financial PostAmazon Canada fined $1 million plus $100000 costs for misleading price claims on websiteFinancial PostCanadian PressAmazon Canada has been slapped with a $1-million fine by the country's Competition Bureau over misleading price claims. Twitter · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email · Typo? More. Comments · Tumblr · Pinterest · Reddit · Digg · FarkIt · StumbleUpon.and more »

No Bidding Around: The Competition Bureau Targets Bid-Riggers In 2017 - Mondaq News Alerts (registration)

No Bidding Around: The Competition Bureau Targets Bid-Riggers In 2017Mondaq News Alerts (registration)Over the past few years, we have written and presented extensively about how Canada's Competition Bureau has cracked down on price-fixing and bid-rigging in Canada's construction industry. In December of 2016, the Bureau announced that as a result of ...and more »