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Bell snaps up Astral Media for $3.38-billion
BCE agreed Friday to acquire outright Astral Media Inc. in the latest in a string of deals that will make the country's biggest telecommunications provider, through its new Bell Media division, the biggest holder of television properties in the country ...
Bell to acquire Qu�bec's leading media company Astral  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Bell buys Astral: What you need to know about the mega media merger  Toronto Star
Astral executives to get big payout if BCE deal goes through
BCE Inc. could spend at least $21-million on severance pay for five Astral Media executives if the company's deal for the broadcaster closes as expected in April.
Bell Astral Media Deal: BCE Purchases Media Company For $3.38 Billion
BCE has confirmed it is buying Astral Media for $3.38-billion in a deal that would give the Montreal telecom giant's media arm a network of TV and radio assets, as first reported by Le Huffington Post Quebec.
Canadian call centres ring up new job growth
The list of companies that have brought back some or all of their customer call centre work includes BCE Inc. , American Express Canada Inc., Sears Canada Inc. , Primus Telecommunications and utility Fortis Inc.'s B.C.
Photos: New Apple HD iPad 3 unveiled in San Francisco
All three major Canadian wireless carriers - BCE Inc.'s Bell Canada unit, Rogers Communications Inc. and Telus Corp. - will be offering the new iPad for the same price as the iPad 2 starting March 16.
New Apple iPad unveiled to the world, promises to be sharper and faster  The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Why the new iPad will devour your data plan  Globe and Mail
Adopt national protection code for consumers, Rogers urges CRTC
That compares with 7.4 million customers at BCE Inc.'s Bell Mobility and 7.3 million for Telus Corp. While Rogers stresses that national rules will make wireless contracts simpler for consumers, its interest in the issue comes at a time when its ...
CRTC cracks down on VoIP service providers
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has a new weapon in its regulatory arsenal to crack down on Voice over Internet Protocol service providers that fail to comply with federal rules for 911 services.
Budget 2012 Commentary
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Team Canada nudges NHL toward Sochi
Similarly, a combined CBC/BCE Olympic rights pitch for Sochi was a low-ball bid largely because of the uncertainty over the NHL's involvement.
Analysis: The A,B,Cs of the next spectrum auction
But in 2010 AT&T thought this range of frequencies were valuable enough to pay the company that had bought it in an earlier auction, chipmaker Qualcom Inc., almost US$2 billion for D and E spectrum covering 300 million people (although some of it was ...