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Former BCE employee investigated for insider trading
Quebec’s securities regulator is investigating a former executive assistant to BCE Inc.’s former chief financial officer for insider trading related to three of the Canadian telecommunications company’s biggest acquisitions.
Posted on 8-27-2015 at 5:00 PM
Mobilicity’s major creditors agree to payment distribution from Rogers sale
After several weeks of negotiations, Mobilicity’s major creditors have come to an agreement on how to split up the proceeds of the company’s $465-million sale to Rogers Communications Inc.
Posted on 8-14-2015 at 1:25 PM
Kevin O’Leary: Outgoing Telus CEO’s family explanation is code for 'I just got whacked'
“I’ve never seen anybody in the middle of their career, after 15 months in the CEO spot say, ‘Nah. I’m going to spend some time with my family. That’s not how CEOs work." said O'Leary.
Posted on 8-10-2015 at 5:48 PM
Back to the future: Nokia prepares for mobile comeback
Nokia boss, Rajeev Suri, must wait until late 2016 before he can consider re-entering the handset business - after a non-compete deal with Microsoft expires - but preparations are underway.
Posted on 8-10-2015 at 9:27 AM
Investors cast doubt on reasons behind Telus management shake-up
Some nervous investors are hanging up on Telus Corp. stock today, fearing they are not getting the whole story behind the management shake-up at the telecom company.
Posted on 8-10-2015 at 7:39 AM
Telus profit falls nearly 11% as higher costs, Alberta taxes weigh
Telus Corp. posted a 10.5 percent fall in quarterly profit, mainly due to an increase in costs and charges related to adjustments from higher corporate tax rates in Alberta.
Posted on 8-07-2015 at 7:16 AM
BCE sees solid wireless growth as industry competition heats up
As the wireless industry navigates a competitive summer that will test customers' loyalty, BCE Inc. reported solid growth in mobile subscribers in the second quarter, even as it is spending more to keep them.
Posted on 8-06-2015 at 7:33 AM
Apple Canada tells Ingram to stop selling used iPhones to Wind
Apple Canada Inc. has demanded that Ingram Micro Inc. stop selling used iPhones in Canada after the distributor struck a deal to supply the devices to Wind Mobile Corp., according to sources.
Posted on 8-04-2015 at 10:30 PM

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