In 2008, Shaw Communications Inc (TSX: SJR.B)(NYSE: SJR) spent $189.5 million purchasing wireless spectrum from the federal government, which covered Northern Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and B.C.
Earlier this week, I wrote an article on the state of the telecommunication industry, focusing on the wireless segment. This time, I will examine the battle for your home to see who is winning among the �big three� - Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI.
Among all the companies in the S&P/TSX 60, two in particular stand out for causing headaches among their customers: Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI.B)(NYSE: RCI) and Canadian Tire Corporation Limited (TSX: CTC.A). But these two giants have ...
The stock I'm talking about is, of course, Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX: RCI.B)(NYSE: RCI). While you are probably familiar with the company's telecom business, it's also one of the best dividend-paying stocks in the country.
�As part of the restructuring we have reduced the number of vice president and above positions by 15 per cent and several hundred middle management positions have also been eliminated across the company,� Trott wrote in Monday's email.