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Sick of Paying Your Rogers Communications Inc. and BCE Inc. Bills? Here's a ...
Outside of the grocery store, there's no bigger drain on my bank account, month in and month out, than the payout I provide to Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B)(NYSE:RCI). And with three young children coming into their prime data-consuming years, ...
Rogers Communications Inc shares rise as carrier lures customers to new ...
Canadian PressRogers Communications Inc reported a 10 per cent slip in second-quarter net income on Thursday, as the Canadian telecom, cable and media company made progress in its strategy of attracting value over volume in its wireless business.
Should You Buy Rogers Communications Inc. Around Earnings Report Time?  The Motley Fool Canada
Rogers Communications halts wireless exits; net profit drops  Reuters Canada
How Rogers Communications Inc is getting bang for its buck as Blue Jays go ...
And if the team keeps up its hot streak, Rogers Communications Inc. - which owns the Blue Jays, the stadium they play in and the channel that broadcasts their games - is going to make a lot of money.
Mobilicity accepts Rogers Communications Inc's $465 million takeover deal
Rogers Communications Inc., Canada's largest wireless carrier by subscribers, will pay $465 million to buy all of the shares of Vaughan, Ont.
Rogers will sell spectrum to Wind after $440M Mobilicity takeover
Court approves Mobilicity sale to Rogers for $465-million  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Rogers Communications Inc profit drops 17% as CRTC decisions bite
TORONTO - Rogers Communications Inc. missed analyst estimates for first-quarter profit as Canada's biggest wireless carrier spent nearly one-third more year-over-year to retain and migrate subscribers to its higher-margin “Share Everything” monthly plan.
Rogers Communications Inc. Misses Q1 Expectations. Is the Media Giant's ...  The Motley Fool Canada
Profits down at Rogers Communications as customers exit  Reuters Canada
Rogers Communications Inc puts Shopping Channel up for sale, could fetch more ...
Rogers Communications has put The Shopping Channel up for sale and received interest from foreign buyers for the television asset that may fetch over $300 million, according to three people familiar with the matter.
Rogers (T.RCI.B) is shopping The Shopping Channel, say unnamed Rogers execs ...  Stockhouse
Rogers puts The Shopping Channel on clearance: report (subscription)
Which Is the Better Investment: Rogers Communications Inc. or BCE Inc.?
Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B)(NYSE:RCI) and BCE Inc. (TSX:BCE)(NYSE:BCE) are two companies with more in common than most would expect.
TIME CHANGE / Rogers Communications 2Q15 Investment Community Teleconference ...  PR Newswire (press release)
Rogers puts Shopping Channel for sale, attracts US buyers: sources  Reuters Canada
Rogers Communications Inc hires Rick Brace from rival BCE Inc to head media ...
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren CalabreseAs head of Rogers' $1.8 billion media business, Rick Brace will oversee Rogers' broadcast unit, sports teams and collection of magazines, the company said.
Rogers hires Rick Brace as new president of media business  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Rogers Hires BCE's Rick Brace as President of Media Business  Bloomberg
The NHL Is Paying Off for Rogers Communications Inc.
Rogers Communications Inc. (TSX:RCI.B)(NYSE:RCI) recently reported surprisingly stronger-than-expected second-quarter results.
Rogers Communications Inc (TSE:RCI.B) Had Its Target Price per Share Raises ...
Company Shares of Rogers Communication, Inc. Rally 2.18%  OTC Outlook
Rogers Communications Inc, Shaw Communications Inc open streaming service ...
After six months of testing on cable and Internet subscribers of Rogers Communications Inc. and Shaw Communications Inc., the pair's online video streaming service Shomi is ditching its training wheels and pledging to make itself available this summer ...
Rogers, Shaw face Netflix head-on by making Shomi available to everyone  The Globe and Mail (subscription)
Rogers opens Shomi to non-subscribers, increasing competition with Netflix