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Luxury hotel guests keep stealing mattresses

  • According to the survey, conducted by Wellness Heaven, a hotel and spa reviewer, five-star hotels are actually more likely to see large items go missing as opposed to smaller, easier-to-conceal items.
  • Wellness Heaven CEO Tassilo Keilmann spoke with many of the hotel owners and learned how guests can manage to steal something as large as a mattress.
  • According to Keilmann, guests will most likely attempt to take the mattress at night when the reception desk isn’t open.
  • The survey also revealed that the items guests will attempt to steal varies based on the quality of the hotel.
  • Keilmann also said that he was surprised that guests would even attempt to steal large items, as it would be easy for the hotel to figure out who took the item.

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Jeff Bezos named businessperson of the decade by global finance chiefs, CNBC survey says

  • A majority of financial executives in boardrooms around the world say Amazon Founder and Chief Executive Jeff Bezos should be considered as the top businessperson of the decade.
  • Almost a third of chief financial officers (CFOs) quizzed in CNBC's latest Global CFO Council survey picked out Bezos as their most impressive business leader.
  • Bezos first launched Amazon in the mid-1990s as an online bookstore.
  • It is now the world's largest online marketplace and also rakes in revenue from its activities in cloud computing and artificial intelligence.
  • The CNBC Global CFO Council represents some of the largest public and private companies in the world, collectively managing nearly $5 trillion in market value.
  • Nearly a third (30.9%) of CFOs surveyed predicted no cuts or hikes from the U.S. Federal Reserve in 2020.
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Posthaste: What Quebecers really think about Alberta's oil pipelines

  • A vast majority of Quebecers (65 per cent) prefer their oil was sourced from Western Canada, compared to just 13 per cent who picked American oil and 5 per cent who preferred to get their fossil-fuel fix from another country, according to a new survey.
  • As many as 45 per cent of Quebecers polled by Ipsos on behalf of the Montreal Economic Institute, also want their province to develop its own oil resources rather than source imported oil.
  • Quebecers also remain conscious of the economic costs of climate change and said they were willing to pay more in taxes — as much as $207 per year to fight climate change.
  • That’s generous, but not as high as respondents in Saskatchewan/Manitoba who were willing to pay even more, at $287, according to the survey.

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