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TELUS Optik TV poised to gain even more 'followers' with Twitter on Optik TV
TELUS (TSX: T, T.A; NYSE: TU) is a leading national telecommunications company in Canada, with $10.4 billion of annual revenue and 12.7 million customer connections including 7.3 million wireless subscribers, 3.6 million wireline network access lines ...
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BCE positions itself to challenge Telus for push-to-talk supremacy
BCE Inc. is ramping up its presence in the push-to-talk business market, in a strategic strike aimed at dethroning rival Telus Corp. as the Canadian king of that lucrative niche. The market provides simple yet sturdy phones to businesses in the mining, ...
Telus share plan draws ire
That deal was a low point in corporate governance, in the effectiveness of special committees - but a new high for payouts to the holders of the multiple voting shares.
The Curious Case of the Telus Proxy Battle
The proxy battle involving the Telus Corporation, the $19 billion Canadian telecommunications company, is shaping up to be the most interesting of the year, involving allegations of empty voting, vote buying and secret share accumulations.
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Stanley Cup television blackouts could follow court battle
... Bell Media are Rogers Communications Inc., Shaw Communications Inc., Telus Corp., Cogeco Cable Inc., and virtually every other distributor in Canada with the exception of Bell's own distribution arm, which sells satellite and Internet-protocol TV ...
Free network TV? Not if Bell gets its way  Globe and Mail
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Rogers CEO warns of moderating growth as competition intensifies
Chief mobile competitors BCE Inc. and Telus Corp. have drawn even on multiple fronts, not least in landing Apple's ludicrously popular iPhone, one of many sources of success for Rogers.
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We should be worried we haven't found alternative to CCS
Another energy company has scuttled plans to join the Alberta government's grand experiment to green the province's energy industry.
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Gold glitters for mining students
The 21-year-old, who dropped his mechanical classes to focus on mining after his second year, has accepted a job with Kinross Gold Corp at a starting salary of US$64,000 a year plus bonuses. With graduation still a month away, �pretty much everyone is ...
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The National Business and Technology Conference 2012
Mootee's main point started off with asking the question why larger corporations often fail to innovate. He cites Schumpeter (who came to the conclusion that large corporations were better positioned for disruption because of their large scale ...
Local TV stations at risk of shutting down, Bell warns
Adrien Veczan for National Post�We won't continue to fund chronically unprofitable stations, tiny stations in tiny little towns,� said Mirko Bibic, senior vice-president of regulatory affairs for both the network and its telecommunications parent, BCE Inc.
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