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Why Rogers Communications Inc is the Canadian telco to own right now
Rogers Communications Inc. is the Canadian telco to own heading into fourth quarter earnings season for the sector, TD Securities said in a new report.
Rogers Communications Inc slides $9 million into the red on $484-million ...
Rogers Communications Inc.'s stock surged after reporting strong growth in wireless and Internet subscribers in the fourth quarter, even though it took nearly a half-billion-dollar hit from its failed Internet protocol television experiment.
Rogers sees silver lining amidst first quarterly loss since 2008  The Globe and Mail
Rogers Communications Inc.'s Earnings Jump on Strong Wireless Results  Motley Fool
Rogers Communications Inc to take up to $525 million hit as it kills IPTV ...
BloombergRogers Communications Inc. has abandoned its plans to launch its own long-awaited Internet protocol television product and instead will use Comcast's X1 platform to offer the technology to consumers in 2018.
Rogers scraps in-house IPTV plan, delays response to Bell's Fibe TV  The Globe and Mail
Rogers delays Internet TV service, takes $500M write-down  Toronto Star
Rogers Communications profits dip from restructuring costs, tough advertising ...
Rogers Communications Inc. reported a first-quarter profit Monday that was 2.75 per cent lower than the previous year, despite increasing operating revenue thanks to growth in its wireless and business solutions divisions.
Should You Be Worried About Rogers Communications Inc.?  The Motley Fool Canada
Rogers Communications profit hit by restructuring costs
Rogers Communications Inc beats profit expectations as it piles on new ...
TORONTO - Rogers Communications Inc.'s second quarter performance beat analysts' expectations by attracting a whopping number of new wireless subscribers amidst a “dog fight” for cable television and Internet customers.
Why Rogers Communications Inc. Is up Over 3% Today  The Motley Fool Canada
Rogers pinning cable turnaround hopes on Internet protocol TV  The Globe and Mail
Rogers makes major retreat from print media, taking four titles online ...
TORONTO - Rogers Communications Inc. announced a major retreat from print media Friday, shuttering the print versions of four of its lead magazine titles in favour of more digital distribution and putting its stable of trade publications up for sale.
PRINT PULLBACK: Rogers turns the page on magazine strategy  The Globe and Mail
Rogers Axes Print Editions, Reduces Others in Publishing Retreat  Bloomberg
Rogers Communications Inc. Files Annual Financial Statements and Report to ...
TORONTO, Feb. 9, 2017 /CNW/ - Rogers Communications Inc. today announced the filing with securities regulators in Canada and the U.S.
Rogers Communications Inc, BCE Inc CEO trade barbs over which company has the ...
In a series of fiery comments at an industry conference in Toronto, Rogers Communications Inc. CEO Guy Laurence disputed a study that found BCE Inc. has the fastest network, arguing his top competitor doesn't even run a truly national network.
Rogers Communications Inc.: $525 Million Write-off Gives Canadian Tech a Bad Name
Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B)(NYSE:RCI) announced December 16 that it was abandoning its plan to develop its own internet protocol television (IPTV) product, opting to partner with U.S.
Rogers Communications (RCI) Drops IPTV for Comcast's X1  Nasdaq
Rogers Communications is undervalued, says Echelon Wealth Partners  Cantech Letter
Rogers Communications names former Telus chief Joseph Natale CEO as Guy ...
TORONTO - Rogers Communications Inc. knew Guy Laurence was a bold, unconventional leader when the cable giant hired him as CEO less than three years ago, but his brash style apparently proved to be too much for both the board and its controlling ...
Will a New CEO Lead Rogers Communications Inc. to New Highs?  The Motley Fool Canada
Rogers ousts Guy Laurence as CEO  The Globe and Mail