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Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management instructor, Gabor Forgacs, said default tipping can be deceiving. (Photo by Kayla Douglas)

The tipping point: Students weigh in on how much to give servers

Dante Galea finished his sausage pizza last Friday night, sitting on a bright red chair with his friends at Terroni, an Italian restaurant on Adelaide Street. Satisfied, he was ready to pick up the tab for the table. His server handed him the debit machine, which prompted him to leave a tip.

by Ryersonian Staff· · Features
Target annouced that it will be leaving Canada. (Kyanna Vassell/The Ryersonian)

Five ways Target messed up

Target’s distinctive red and white bulls-eye logo is making its way out of Canada– and few were really surprised. The U.S. department store chain announced last week that it will close all 133 of its Canadian stores. The retailer has struggled since it first opened its doors to Canadians in March 2013. Official estimates suggest the company has lost about $2 billion since […]

by Kyanna Vassell· · News, Off Campus
(Ryersonian Archive)

Nordstrom taking over Sears space in Eaton Centre

Luxury retailer Nordstrom will open a flagship store at Toronto Eaton Centre in 2016, as a part of the mall’s $400-million redevelopment.  The company will take over three storeys from Sears, a 213,000-square-foot space, which is already clearing out merchandise. Sears will keep the top four floors for their headquarters, and the remaining two will be leased to other retailers. This will […]

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