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Is Quebecor Inc. Trading Its Print Division for Wireless Ambitions?
Quebecor has stated several times publicly that if the government and the CRTC won't lower the wholesale rates that incumbent players such as Rogers Communications Inc. and BCE Inc. charge competitors to tap into their networks, it won't expand outside ...
Quebecor Inc downgraded on wireless risk
�The 4-player model has consistently failed in Canada and most developed markets,� he said, adding that Quebecor has a weak balance sheet and still needs to acquire the Caisse de d�p�t et placement du Qu�bec's 25% stake in Quebecor Media Inc.
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Is Now the Time to Invest in Quebecor Inc?
Except for Quebecor Inc. (TSX: QBR.B). If it is able to become the fourth national wireless carrier it could see a drastic shift in its stock price.
CIBC Boosts Quebecor Price Target to C$33.00 (QBR.B)  WKRB News
Quebecor Given New C$31.50 Price Target at Desjardins (QBR.B)  Watch List News (press release)
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How Quebecor may steer toward Mobilicity after Wind Mobile's buyout deal
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham HughesQuebecor chief executive Pierre Dion has declared that the media conglomerate is "ready, willing and able" to become Canada's fourth wireless player to challenge incumbents BCE Inc., Rogers Communications Inc.
Wind Mobile mulls growth options after recapitalization deal  The Globe and Mail
Wind Mobile buyout limited threat to Canada telcos, for now  Reuters Canada
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Quebecor open to deal with Wind Mobile as it aims to become national wireless ...
MONTREAL - Quebecor Inc. said it is open to joining forces with investors in Wind Mobile as the media company feels out potential partners for an effort to expand its wireless footprint across Canada.
Quebecor not interested in buying Wind by itself but sees room for partnership  The Globe and Mail
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Quebecor CEO Robert D�patie resigns for health reasons
Quebecor Inc. announced the second surprise change of its leader in little more than a year Monday, leaving the distinct impression of an organization in flux.
Quebecor CEO D�patie to retire for health reasons  The Globe and Mail
Quebecor CEO to retire for health reasons  Toronto Star
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Analyst sees odds improving for Quebecor to be Canada's 4th national telecom ...
There is a growing probability that Quebecor Inc. will decide to go ahead with the expansion of wireless service across Canada amidst signs of encouraging talks with Ottawa, says a telecom analyst.
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Quebecor sells digital subsidiary to French giant Publicis Groupe
Quebecor Inc. has sold its digital services division Nurun Inc. to French multinational advertising and public relations giant Publicis Groupe for $125-million.
Quebecor sells Nurun subsidiary to French firm for $125M  CTV News
Quebecor Sells its Nurun Subsidiary to the Multinational Publicis Groupe  Marketwired (press release)
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How Quebecor's national wireless expansion could play out
Quebecor Inc. emerged as a big winner when the results of Canada's public auction for wireless airwaves were unveiled last week.
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CRTC accuses Quebecor of 'changing its tune' in call for wireless intervention
Quebecor Inc. representatives made a populist appeal at the last day of a hearing about the wholesale wireless market, asking for regulatory help taking on the �three giant� national wireless carriers.
Quebecor unit asks CRTC for 'fair' roaming rates  The Globe and Mail
CRTC Hearings on Wholesale Mobile Wireless Services: Quebecor Calls for ...  Marketwired (press release)
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