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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, ...
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.
Samsung gears up for retail rollout in Canada
In Canada, the company has already begun testing the store-within-a-store concept with Telus Corp. “We definitely want consumers to experience the Samsung brand in a way that they have not experienced it before,” Samsung Electronics Canada president ...
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.
CISPA supporters list: 800+ companies that could help Uncle Sam snag your data
The links go to the .pdf files of the letters the company sent to the House Intelligence Committee to express their support of CISPA.
Morguard expects to fully lease 150 Elgin by 2014
Tenants shopping for large pockets of downtown space currently have several options, including the Sun Life Centre and subleases inside the Telus Building and the new Export Development Canada tower. Additionally, the owners of the old EDC building are ...
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.
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.
Private broadcasters cry foul over CBC advertising plan
Canada's largest private radio broadcaster has come out swinging against the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's move to start selling advertising on its CBC Radio 2 and Espace Musique stations.
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 ...