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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
Norm Betts/BloombergShareholders of Telus Corp. will decide on May 9 whether to convert to a single-share class company - but without the holders of the voting common shares receiving a premium.
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.
When hiring independent contractors makes sense
Hiring independent contractors can be an attractive option that makes financial sense for any company, but especially for small businesses, he says.
Free network TV? Not if Bell gets its way
Bell Media, the vertically integrated TV Godzilla that already owns more than two dozen specialty channels and is on track to pick up another clutch of them if its parent company's acquisition of Astral Media Inc. is approved, has asked the court for ...
RIM's woes pose tough questions for government
The company has acknowledged that all options are on the table, including joint ventures, licensing agreements and even an outright sale.
Canada Guaranty undergoes dramatic turnaround
With Ottawa reining in the growth of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.'s ability to insure new pools of mortgages, banks are increasingly turning to its private-sector competitors, including Canada Guaranty, the country's third-largest mortgage insurer.
ACE water pipeline enters phase two
"Initially we wanted to dig on the north side of College Drive (to avoid any lane closures), but we found a Telus fibre optic line, so we were forced to the south side of College Drive," said Brozuk.
WoW! Women have a ways to go in tech leadership
Think IBM (Virginia Rometty) and HP (now Meg Whitman, the company may have set the 'women in high places' goal posts back in the mid-'90s with Carly Fiorina).
Gary Holden takes new challenge Down Under
Former head of Calgary utility Enmax Corp. Gary Holden has resurfaced in a strangely appropriate job. Holden, who resigned abruptly in January 2011 after several scandals associated with spending, is now chief executive of payday loan giant Cash Store ...